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post #11 of 494
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I found another Tegra 3 7" Tablet, the Nabi 2. Pretty good specs for a kid focused device.

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Edited by Robilar - 8/8/12 at 11:06am
post #12 of 494
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Another 7" that looks interesting is the Acer Iconia A110.

Tegra 3 Processor 1.2 Ghz
Android 4.1 Jellybean
1024x600 Display TFT
$199 price point
1 GB RAM
8 GB Memory
Micro HDMI out
Micro SD card slot
Front camera (no rear) 2 MP Resolution
Micro USB Port 2.0
Weight: 470 Grams
GPS: Yes
Bluetooth: 3.0
Wi-Fi: 802.11 b, g, n
Charge via USB: Yes

Frankly, this is the way the Google Nexus should have been built with HDMI out/Micro SD slot and at the same price point. The slightly higher resolution on the Nexus is easily outweighed by the connectivity of the A110.

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Edited by Robilar - 8/20/12 at 12:18pm
post #13 of 494
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Here is another one:

ZTE T98 7"

Admittedly I have never heard of ZTE...

Tegra 3 - 1.3 Ghz
Rear Camera 5 MP (no flash)
1 GB RAM
1280x800 WXGA Display
Android 4.0
Front Camera 1.9 MP (or 1.3 MP conflicting reports)
16 GB Memory
Micro SD Slot
GPS: Yes
Bluetooth: Yes
Wireless: 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Mini USB port
Battery Life: 7-9 hours

ZTE-T98_front.jpg
post #14 of 494
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Working on updating my charts.

Regarding the 10 tablets I posted, does anyone have information regarding Infrared support (IR gate or IR blaster) or NFC (Near Field communication)?

Seems like it's not a commonly published spec.
post #15 of 494
Still too slow for my taste...1gb of ram? Seriously, why not put 2gbs into one of these suckers? rolleyes.gif
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post #16 of 494
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Would it help? RAM manages active apps and files. It would be pretty rare to max out ram usage on a tablet unless you had pretty much every app open at once.
post #17 of 494
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I updated the charts to reflect some new statistics. I also removed the discontinued tablets that are no longer available new.

If anyone has any data on the missing fields on any of the tablets, please let me know and I will update accordingly.
post #18 of 494
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Here is a comparison of a number of quad core tablets, both 7" and 10". Note that the Acer isn't out until next month.

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post #19 of 494
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Just ordered one of these through Amazon. It's about the size and slightly thicker than a credit card.

I have 5 micro SD cards (2x32, 2x16, 1x8), this is a really handy way to travel with them without worrying about loss.

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post #20 of 494
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Well I pulled the trigger on the Toshiba AT270. I had a $250 gift card for Future Shop that I won which made it quite reasonable.

The reason I bought it? Toshiba has released a dock for the AT270 that has 2 full USB ports and an HDMI port out. The AT270 does not have MHL support or an onboard HDMI or micro HDMI port but they now provide a dock that has full HDMI support. I love docks (I have one for each of my other tablets) so this was a no brainer.

I'll post some pics and comments once I get the tablet. Not sure how long it's going to take on the dock as I have to order it from Toshiba US (not in Canada yet).

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Edited by Robilar - 9/18/12 at 5:58pm
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