It supports Flash 10.1, HD Videos & 3D Games.It has 1.3MP Webcam, G-Sensor, HDMI Port, 3x USB2.0 Port.It supports Windows 7.It also has 1.66GHz Atom N450 Processor, 2GB DDR2, 320GB Hard Drive and 10.2″ Capacitive Multi-Touch, Widescreen (16:9), 1024 x 600 Resolution.
- 1.66GHz Atom N455 Processor
- Hitachi 320GB HDD,Kingston 2GB DDR2,
- 10.2" Capacitive Multi-Touch, Widescreen (16:9), 1024 x 600 Resolution
- 1.3MP Webcam, G-Sensor, HDMI Port, 3x USB2.0 Port
- Support Flash 10.1, HD Videos & 3D Games
- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 6.5 x 1 inches ; 2.5 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 3.5 pounds
- ASIN: B004D6R9T2
- Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 6, 2010
After I ordered, I realized that I had no clue who the manufacturer was, but I kept the order.
The tablet arrived in a few days, and, surprise, surprise, it works!
I have so much trouble with my Windows HP laptops at home and at work, so I was amazed that this tablet, which looks like an oversize iPhone, has a fast touch response.
The touch screen works best with my wireless mouse, because it seems it expects pinpoint input. It also works with finger tip and capacitive stylus, but I have trouble pointing accurately. In some cases, finger touch causes duplicate entries. I saw the same problem reported for the HP slate in a slate blog, at least by some users.
The tablet does not come with a relevant manual (generic was included), so I am not sure I am using the tablet input correctly, as I have not used a Windows touch tablet before. The screen dimensions, long and narrow, are a bit awkward, but using the tablet in landscape mode works well, because scrolling is relatively fast.
I have an iPad, and I mainly bought this tablet for Adobe flash content and Windows compatible programs. The tablet came with Windows 7 and Microsoft office 2007.
What about warranty? The seller told me there is a two- year warranty, through the seller.
The tablet came with a European rather than a US plug for the charger, and the seller responded promptly to correct the problem.
Based on interactions with the seller, I believe that the warranty will be honored, if the seller remains in business and can be reached.
Does what it claims to do
Also in the box is a USB mouse which is useful because using the finger on the screen as a point and click device is not precise. I found that my finger touch point was off 1/4″ vertically and 1/8″ horizontally and I have not yet discovered a way to adjust this position error. But no matter, the mouse pointer is precise. I wanted to install my bluetooth mouse in place of the USB mouse and found that bluetooth was mysteriously omitted from the tablet. But that proved easy to work around by plugging a bluetooth dongle (Iogear) into one of the 3 USB ports and using Control Panel/Devices and Printers/Add a Device. Activating my ThinkOutside bluetooth keyboard required an extra step of entering (on the still inactive keyboard) an 8-digit number from the screen. While the mouse (USB or bluetooth) is almost essential, the bluetooth keyboard is not because the virtual keyboard that appears (or can be pulled out of the left screen edge) whenever typing is necessary is adequate, if not as tactically appealing.
The manufacturer is GINOVO, a large HongKong electronics firm (see Google). When I first ordered this tablet, the quoted delivery was 4 to 6 weeks. Not wishing to wait, I used an Amazon link to contact the dealer, James Fly, who is located somewhere in Asia. I found him to be very accommodating. My emails were invariably answered within 24 hours. For an extra $30 via PayPal, he offered to send the tablet via DSL to arrive in a week. That stretched to 2 weeks when he found out that DSL would not transport the device because of the lithium battery. He switched to Airmail, and delivery followed within about 4 days.
I like many features of a Windows 7 tablet. Although it weighs 2.5 pounds, about as much as a 10″ netbook, it’s more convenient than a netbook as a reader, especially in bed, because a keyboard doesn’t get in the way. Also the 2-finger pinch and expand allows simple adjustment of text size and position on screen. I’ve only had this device a few days. So far it has lived up to my expectations and I am giving it 5 stars.
It works what has been claimed for
What has been claimed from the brochure were the same with the notebook I received.
All were working. Wi-fi wasworking, web-camera was working, the software (windows 7) was also runs well. I had tried with USB CDMA modem and worked well also. the capacitive touch screen was fine. In general I am very satisfied with the product.
About the product itself, the cons :
2. Battery is only 2.5 – 3 hours
3. a little bit hot.
I just wondered where can I get the battery replacement if mine is depleted and damage.
Great for the Price! See Details:
10.2″ Multi-Touch Screen
Intel® Atom(tm) N450 1.66GHz Processor
1GB/2GB DDR2 (Optional)
160GB/250GB/320GB SATA Drive (Optional)
Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
Windows 7 Ultimate OS (English)
– 10.2-Inch TFT LED Display
– Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen
– Resolution: 1024 x 600 Pixel
– Dot Pitch: 0.285mm
– Color: 262122 Colors
– Viewing Angle: 90° Horizontal / 65° Vertical
– Response Time: 10 msec
– Intel® Atom(tm) N450 Processor (1.66GHz/667MHz FSB/512KB Cache)
– Windows 7 Ultimate (English)
– Intel® NM10 Express Chipset
– 1GB DDR2 (667MHz)
– 2GB DDR2 Optional
– 2.5″ SATA HDD, 160GB, 5400RPM
– 250GB/320GB SATA Drive Optional
– Support USB External Hard Drive
– Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 3150
– Core Frequency 200MHz
– Support DirectX 9.0c
– WLAN 802.11B/G Wi-Fi
– 10/100M Ethernet LAN
– 1 x Standard VGA Video Output
– 3 x USB2.0 Port
– 1 x SD/MMC Card Reader Slot
– 1.3MP Integrated Webcam
– 2.1 Channel Stereo Speakers
– Integrated Microphone
– Power Adapter: AC 100V – 240V, 50 – 60Hz
– Battery Type: 3200mAh Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery
– Battery Runtime: 2 – 3 Hours
– One Year Quality Guarantee
– Color: Black
– Dimension: 27.4cm(L) x 16.1cm(W) x 2.5cm(H)
– Net Weight: Approx. 910g
– Package Size: 38.3cm(L) x 27.5cm(W) x 8.5cm(H)
– Gross Weight: Approx. 2.15Kg
– Package Type: Gift Box
What’s in the box
1 x 10.2″ Tablet PC
1 x Protective Case
1 x AC Adapter (AC 100V – 240V Input)
1 x Power Cable
1 x CD-ROM
1 x User Manual
Good value – bad battery life.
Attaching a USB keyboard and mouse to this made it very usable for Ubuntu Linux, which lacks any serious tablet support at the moment. You can download the linux drivers for the network/bluetooth from ftp://3dsp.com.cn/. you just load the driver, then launch the radio to get a network connection.
Overall a good buy.
I like the new 10.2 Windows 7 ultimate tablet PC that I got from you in $433.48 + S-H; but I am wondering some things
The battery does not last too long. Where can I get another one?
Good buy if you’ve done your homework
Shipping was extremely fast, under two weeks and a full two weeks earlier than the earliest delivery estimate posted by Amazon. I suppose this just depends if there are units on hand to ship or not. This is my first Win 7 machine but hardware and software wise it just works. Within minutes it was playing nice with my extensive network of windows and linux boxes and NAS drives. The only persistant problem I have is gaining access to a DIY NAS enclosure on my network that my XP and Linux machines can access easily. This is most likely a problem with the NAS and Win 7 communicating and not the computer itself.
One troubling thing was the authenticity of software. The system reports Win 7 ultimate. When I attempted to install Microsoft’s anti malware through their website it stated my OS was not supported. I suspected that the OS was cracked and spoofed especially since it constantly reported errors while accessing Windows update. Aside from any moral obligations to the house that Gates built, a cracked OS which can’t receive updates and patches will soon be a virus riddled mess if you spend any time on the internet. I brought the machine with me on vacation a few days after receiving it and miraculously, automatic updates worked on that network. When I returned home the machine has continued to download and update from MS’s site regularly. I have not yet tried to download security essentials again as I have already installed AVG Antivirus. I don’t know what it all means, just throwing it out there.
The intel chipset with intergrated graphics is an older one. Its capable of 3d gaming but only up to about circa 2003. I read a review somewhere that this chipseet is capable of handling up to the Quake 3 engine, a claim I confirmed by installing the original American McGee’s Alice on it which plays smoothly. Newer games will likely choke the graphics chip and its shared memory out. This is common however with portables except for very expensive gaming laptops. Battery life is about two hours running wifi and 60-70% brightness on that big beautiful beast of a screen. This figure is comparable according to a friend to his Sony laptop. My only real complaint is using external displays. The port is I think a mini display port a-la Mac. I have no Mac hardware so have not tried it. It is not a mini HDMI (won’t fit) and the same review of the chip set mentioned above also stated that this intel GPU will not output to HDMI. If I can get a hold of a mac cable, I’ll give it a try with DVI or VGA and report back. Currently I am using a SIIG USB to VGA but this solution is not good for games and video, which plays clean and smooth on the internal display is a bit slow and blocky via USB.
Those rather minor complaints aside I absolutely LOVE this machine. I’m typing this review on it right now! I’m giving it a 4 simply because there are some issues in performance for the power user. But keep in mind that name brand machines (HP, Dell) which could trounce this tablet in performance are over double the price. All in all a good mid range Windows tablet and a safe buy.