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Originally Posted by d3310n;14688340 
nook color has an ips. its also 7". and cheap. dual bootable. the list gos on....

isnt the hardware inside though kinda meh

I guess if i had to make a list of my wants


1. 7"
2. Anroid 3.0 or greater, or at least knows that an upgrade is comming
3. good high res screen, preferably IPS
4. must have built in gps sensor (i thought all did till i got the hp touchpad)
5. some way to transfer data back and forth to a computer (either a direct connection or using an SD card back and forth is fine)
6. Good cpu/gpu (i dont know what one is the fastest but i want a quick one)
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I also need some suggestions for a 7" tablet, heres what im looking for


-don't care if it is Capacitive or resistive, as long as the screen works
-screen quality does matter, just as long as it doesn't look like I'm using something from the windows 95 age.
-512 ram is a MUST
-Processor needs to be atleast 800 mhz ill overclock to 1 ghz or more after i get settled in with the device.
-8 GB storage is fine, i probably won't use more than that any ways.
-I would prefer androidOS 2.2 or 2.3, but 2.1 is fine aswell.
I considered either getting the Viewsonic Viewbook 730 or the Copy Kyros MID7015
Edited by PsYcHo29388 - 8/23/11 at 6:30pm
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My vote goes for the Playbook from Blackberry. I'm a HUGE blackberry fan and I can't tell you how much I want that thing. The Thrive from Toshiba is nice but the Playbook is so me.
     
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post #14 of 14
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Originally Posted by d3310n View Post
nook color has an ips. its also 7". and cheap. dual bootable. the list gos on....
Nook is laggy. Really really laggy. Even trying to read.
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