Thursday, 18 October 2012


This month’s round-up of super-affordable tablets revealed plenty of helpful secrets. Initially, i believed they wouldn’t be up to the mark and it wouldn’t be value recommending any of them, however once using each tablet for a decent quantity of time, I found myself getting force towards many models. I visited the extent of ripping off the back panel to examine out the standard of the internal parts like the PCB, speakers and battery pack. interestingly, some models didn’t have memory chips for storage soldered on the PCB. Instead, they ran the software package from a microSD card! In a way, it’s a plus as a result of replacing or upgrading the memory becomes easy, however on the opposite hand, it will increase the latency of read and write operations. One of the models used excellent quality components, including Hynix memory chips for RAM. I additionally discovered that each one the tablets had a similar charging jack and used a 5V charger. So if the charger goes bad, it should be very easy to find a replacement.Click on the image to zoom.


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