it might be a little more difficult to just pick a single best android tablet
Posted Mar 05 2012 7:49am
I don't understand how this tablet is being justified by simply stating the target segment to be "the rural indian student community" ...do i understand this differently? is this not the same community that doesn't even have access to electricty, water, a roof over their heads in schools etc? where are they going to charge the tablet from? What are they going to use it for? Without knowing even basic english, how are they going to use the internet on this best android tablet?
Looks like the Indians finally made an outdated tablet. I had a PocketPC running Windows Mobile 4 which has a processor "twice as fast" compared to this tablet! But since the price was going to be low, this was expected! They cannot make a 1.2 GHZ dual core tablet for that price!Novel idea, but Android can't run on anything under 1 GHz and feel anything but cumbersome. I tried that, with an LG Ally, and boy was I mistaken. Seeing has how this thing will run at about half the speed of that sluggish phone, I think the money would be better spent buying a 30-pack of cheap beer and calling it a night. After drinking all those beers, you would more than likely sober up before that thing realized you asked it to function at all.
Alright, so it might be a little more difficult to just pick a single best android tablet. More Question Markoften then not, the tablet that would be best for you depends on what you are looking for in a tablet. As an Indian I would prefer if this investment instead goes into upgrading the infrastructure of our schools especially in rural areas where students have to study sometimes in open class rooms.