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  • good player

    posted by Witall

    a good player, plays all formats I've tried. HDD 2 Tb normally read.
    Need to buy a more modern chipset, for example, Realtek 1283 or Realtek 1185DD DTV-T
    normal player for the money, though, an old model
  • Great simple media player

    posted by CompUser

    A no-fuss simple device that plays back a great number of video formats. Simple to set up and get going. Clear video and audio streams from the device are of a quality comparable to media players costing more than twice its cost. Small format allows you to place it anywhere. Remote control is fast and accurate. Searching is simple and it takes very little time to learn how to use the device. HDMI delivered video and audio to TV set faultlessly. Media player came factory set at 720P but it took only a few seconds to change it to 1080P. Full screen display with great resolution.
    Perhaps not designed to operate with more than one USB input device. Consideration should be given to having the device accept and retain multiple USB devices operating through a hub.
    Good value for cost of unit.
  • Value for money

    posted by clhh12

    The User Interface was rather simple to use. You either play from Music, Video Or Picture File. Simple wiring connections.
    Didn't tried other more expensive ones. But this is sufficient to connect to a HDD or a SD card and it plays from there! Satisfied!
    Value for money!
  • Works as expected

    posted by Sirmaestro

    Works as advertised and as others have mentioned. I love the multiple connectors provided - DVI, VGI, and HDMI - allows the device to be used in mutiple situations - I have it set up to enable a 2nd external monitor for my laptop, but it's quick to move over to connect the laptop to a TV and connect with HDMI without having to drag the VGA cable. I also like that it works without a separate power supply - one less item to clutter my desk.
    Yes, there is a blue LED as mentioned by others, but I don't watch TV in the dark and the device is placed out of sight so this isn't an issue. Manual says DisplayLink software should be uninstalled first, but no installation was required with Windows 7 laptop that already has an external hub for 2nd external monitor. Win XP laptop required installation from the disc, which was straight forward.
    Great product, wish it was a little less expensive, but definitely better value than
  • Great tablet for the price!

    posted by Ralith

    *The tablet has a very responsive capacitive screen. When I first turned on this little wonder the calibration was terrible. Extremely terrible.
    However, after consulting the manual, holding "Esc" should supposedly calibrate it. I did, and although it didn't show anything on the screen, the tablet is now as accurate and responsive as my HTC Desire phone.
    *Full market access
    Some of these cheap tablets reportedly doesn't have Market access, or only has access to a limited Market. So far it seems as though this is complete Market access.
    *1 GHz processor
    Confirmed, thought i'd mention this. The tablet is more than able to run anything I've thrown at it.
    *Internal memory
    A total of 512 mb. After installing a few programs (i'd guess for around 20-25 MB's) I still have 386 MB free. This means you'll (probably) never run out of space to install apps to.
    This device uses TF memory cards, I have a few MicroSD's lying around, but these are not compatible. Luckily it has 2,56 GB of NAND flash to use for music, pictures, e-books, etc.
    *Runs smoothly
    Many of these cheap android knock-offs aren't very responsive/precise or otherwise seem "cheap". That is NOT the case here. It handles as well as any android tablet.
    *Case/physical
    On the outside it looks quite sleek. It has an aluminum case, speakers on the back (which are surprisingly good (way better than on my Desire anyway)) and a camera in front (which takes decent pictures, as long as theres plenty of light).
    *The operating system
    It's a Gingerbread (android 2.3.1) based operating system. The complete version number from Settings is: gingerbread_v1.28 ly.root.20110829
    Kernel: 2.6.32.27 EM2918-705C@V04M #972
    As far as I know this version is only meant for mobile phones, which means things look a bit stretched.
    The device does NOT have root access by default.
    Do NOT expect updates to the software, any bugs that are here will stay. It's not even likely we will be able to use custom ROM's, as a developer would have to take interest in this tablet and frankly that's not very likely. (In my opinion).
    The charger uses a small jack-plug, despite having 3 sizes none were the same size - don't loose or break your charger! (Which is a US charger BTW, so remember to get a "from US to EU"-converter if needed).
    For the price this is definitely the best Android tablet on DX. It plays a wide range of media files all very satisfying.
    There might be more cons than pros, but I tried to highlight everything wrong with it. The biggest PRO I haven't mentioned is probably that I never expected to be satisfied by it's performance, but I really am.
    If you have any questions I'll try to answer/meet requests.

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