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Android Pad

Postby rodrigo » 23 Mar 2011 12:12



Hi. I want to buy an Android pad. I've seen some very low cost ones from China running Android V1.6. They cost between U.S. $100 and $200. What do you think of this plan? I just want to use it for web browsing, email, music, and vid clips.

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Re: Android Pad

Postby bbosen » 08 Apr 2011 11:47

Rodrigo:

I would worry about this choice. An Android pad that inexpensive is probably running a very old version of Android, and it's difficult to upgrade those or to obtain software. I would advise against buying an Android pad unless it is running a current version of Android. At the time of this writing in April of 2011, that requires version 2.2.1 or higher. I recently purchased an Archos I70 Internet Tablet running Android Version 2.2.1, and I'm quite happy with it. I had to pay about U.S. $280.00 for it, and that represents the "sweet spot" in today's pricing, IMHO. Anything selling for substantially less than that must have something wrong with it....
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Re: Android Pad

Postby bbosen » 20 Apr 2011 17:13

bbosen wrote :
> Rodrigo:
>
> I would worry about this choice. An Android pad that inexpensive is
> probably running a very old version of Android, and it's difficult to
> upgrade those or to obtain software. I would advise against buying an
> Android pad unless it is running a current version of Android. At the time
> of this writing in April of 2011, that requires version 2.2.1 or higher. I
> recently purchased an Archos I70 Internet Tablet running Android Version
> 2.2.1, and I'm quite happy with it. I had to pay about U.S. $280.00 for it,
> and that represents the "sweet spot" in today's pricing, IMHO.
> Anything selling for substantially less than that must have something wrong
> with it....

For example, it probably lacks the power to run "Flash" media or "YouTube" video.
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I like

Postby Allolaxomonab » 09 Sep 2011 13:00

what I was looking for, thanks
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