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On my version (I say this because the 'official' description suggests there is dedicated DC charger and charging port on the StarPad) the charging is done through the micro USB port. In theory this will charge while it's connected to the USB port on a PC, but it's such a trickle charge it's pretty ineffective. So, charging is actually done by plugging the micro USB cable into the transformer which plugs into the 3 pin plug which goes into the mains socket. It sounds a bit convoluted but all the kit does come with the StarPad, so it does mains DC charging, just not quite in the way I was expecting.
Am I just being stupid but can I plug in 3G dongle and get internet access on this tablet ???? Any info much appreciated Thanks 29 Nov 2013
My belief is that as long as it can be connected by USB, it should work. You can also try Cambridge directly on email@example.com I have found them to bee very helpful. Best, Peter
Hi Graham Don't know about the internet Ive got a TP wireless link through my Wi/Fi So can see films on TV (HDMI connections) You can phone Cambridge Sciences help desk they would sort you out Cheers Pete
I believe so.
Yes it has a g sensor for the tablets motion.
Hi I bought this for my mother in March of this year. It has stopped charging. It isn't the charger as it charges other devices. Please help. 17 Dec 2014
I am afraid that this tablet is not very well made. Mine did not last as long. My charger exploded, then a few months later it simply refused to go through the startup sequence. I am now using an ASUS memo (£79 on the high street), can also recommend the Tesco Hudle
no idea - we ordered two and both were different, both were absolutely rubbish and ended up getting sent back. i would avoid at all costs