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M701 G10 Android 2.1 Tablet With 1080P HDMI Out, G Senor

by Haipad Moonse
3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)

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  • Android 2.1
  • Telechips ARM11 8902 processor
  • 256mg RAM
  • HDMI out
  • Full 3G support
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandHaipad Moonse
Item Weight762 g
Product Dimensions23 x 17 x 8 cm
Hard Drive Size2 GB
Connectivity TypeWiFi, 3G
Operating SystemAndroid 2.1
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 100,681 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight762 g
Date First Available7 Oct 2010
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Product Description

Wow, finally a multi touch Android tablet from china, this is known as both the M701 and the G10. Running Android 2.1 and the Telechips 8902 processor this is a real beauty of a tablet.


The G Sensor is a really sensitive,


We've tried it and it really is sensitive enough to play racing games using the G Sensor. 3g works perfect and the whole thing is fast as lightning.


We reccomend using a stylus or the end of your nail on this tablet as its very sensitive and doesnt like the innacurate press of a full finger, but used correctly this is the best touchscreen on a Chinese tablet we have used, so fast and responsive

Full Spec:

7inch telechip8902 tablet pc Haipad M701 with HDMI slot and Android 2.1

Bitmap Processor Telechips Tcc8902

OS Android 2.1

Memory 256MB DDRII


Screen Size 7" TFT High Clear

DigitalScreen Resolution 800*480

Touchpad full mirror face,

HIGH sensitive touch screen operation

WIFI Support 2.4GHZ 802.11b/g

USB Port 1×USB high speed 2.0

Sound Built-in stereo speaker Support hifi audio frequency Built-in microphone

Battery 2 cell polymer battery:1600MAH

Time Standby :5HRS / work time: 3.5HRS Size 7inch

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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Better than expected 6 Nov 2010
Had mine in my hands for few hours now, and its lot better than expected.

Tablet has a bit of weight to it and feels well made, but only time will tell :) Processor seems more than upto the job so far, the screen quality is really good, Films look great although the onboard speaker is a little bit of a let down :( System info says Tablet is running Android 2.2 Froyo OS

3g didt work right away but found that was down to 3g dongle having a mountable partition normally seen by PC as a CD drive, bit of hunting online and found how to switch the dongle to Modem only mode and 3g works perfect :) Not allowed to post links but if search on slatedroid dot com for haipad m701 3g successfully should get the guide i used :)
WiFi range is not as great as on laptop, but worked well enough :)

Tablet is supplied with a stylus but not used it yet as seems to work well enough with fingertip, even selecting fairly small links on websites. Multi-Touch works well for zooming in and out.

Supplied charger was 2 Pin although an adapter was also supplied, the charger didt work, not a problem as i had another charger with same sized jack and power outputs :) but had i not had a spare charger it would have been a big problem.

Found animated wallpapers caused the Tablet to hang more than a standard static wallpaper :( shame as this looked nice, if only a pointless touch :)

Tried a few games though no 3D or driving games that would use the G-Sensor yet, and runs fine no noticable lag or unexpeced hangs.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Proving popular in our house! 27 Dec 2010
No problems so far with this excellent piece of kit. I set out to buy an ereader, but now have far more than just that for a similar outlay.

Yes, the touch-screen takes a bit of getting used to and would no doubt be annoying if you're used to more expensive capacitive ones, and it probably doesn't have the build quality or battery life of alternatives that cost four times as much, but these are trade-offs against Apple prices that I'm more than happy to accept. So far I've enjoyed hours of surfing between charges, my grandsons love the pre-installed games, and the family have shared lots of memories over Christmas courtesy of its picture and video viewers. And there are dozens of ebooks installed, so I still have my ereader for when the novelty wears off!

I'd happily recommend this tablet.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Works pretty well 1 Mar 2011
It works very well, just don't expect a response to your touch as good as an iPhone/iPad. The touch screen just isn't quite upto it and needs a bit more force. You get used to it though.

I read that some apps run upside down, and this is true. And there is no hardware home button (software only). But what I've found is that actually if you think of it "upside down" with the "iPad" button at the top then it works brilliantly. I think this is how it is supposed to be. The software icons then for home/back etc at the new top of the screen work fine (they take a bit of tapping when the other way around), all the ports are then at the top (so the sticky out microsd card is well away from you), and the "upside down" apps are fine (I'm guessing they don't work with orientation changes and only run vertically, in which case this is the correct way of holding it). The "iPad" button at the top is then a little strange, but you get used to it, and after all it isn't a home key like the iPad. It's for turning the screen on/off and for shutting the device down.

Now all I need to know is where to get an appropriate stylus for it. It works ok using your fingers but it can be annoying at times if it misses a press or a slide (my iPhone and my wife's android phone picks everything up, although these are much more expensive). I've read the stylus helps a lot.
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Waste of Money 16 Jan 2011
made the mistake of asking for this for christmas, its next to useless, the g sensors are messed up, its incredably slow as android has just been installed over some basic vanilla linux, the battery either dies quickly or lasts a while but doesnt show discharge and the software support is non existant due to the amount of different versions the masnufacturer churns out and the home page exclusivly in chinese!! its laggy, lots of things wont run and if they do they crash or dont run propperly

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