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2011 Version 7" Cheapest Apad WM8650 Tablet PC Android 2.2 Froyo Supports Flash 10.1 Camera WiFi ePad MID


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  • 32GB Micro SDcard support
  • Wifi & Ethernet Connectivity
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Technical Details
BrandWonderMedia
Item Weight308 g
Product Dimensions18.1 x 12.1 x 0.9 cm
Item model numberJXD A1000
Screen Size7 inches
RAM Size256 GB
Hard Drive Size4 GB
Power SourceAC
Operating SystemAndroid
Battery Charge Time (in hours)2 hours
Lithium Battery Weight40 grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB004ULLC4I
Best Sellers Rank 34,717 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight590 g
Date First Available31 Mar 2011
  
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Support External 3G Build in GPS Support FLASH 10.1

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309 of 313 people found the following review helpful By RTFF on 30 Nov 2011
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I brought the tablet after reading the reviews on here and decided it would be worth a go. I brought it with the intent of using it mainly as an ebook reader, for uni where I can access and modify documents and as a general internet browser. As an ebook reader it is fantastic, does exactly what it needs to! Also Andriod systems are awesome. However, I have learnt to my cost that you most definitely get what you pay for. A few pointers to be aware of if your going to buy.

- To clear up potential confusion. WM8650 refers to WonderMedia (WM)and 8650 is the type of processor in the tablet.
- If your going to root (advised) do your homework, an hour of reading will save ALOT of hassle. I used uberoid v9 option 8.
- Battery indicator does not say how much battery is left, I don't know if this is just my tablet but it is not useful and it will suddenly die on you.
- The tablet is very slow. Takes ages to do anything, but again, you get what you pay for.
- The touch screen is very finicky, trying to type with it can test your patience to the limit!
- Whatever you do, DO NOT REMOVE the thin film cover on the screen until you have brought a proper replacement. The actual screen I managed to scratch with my thumb nail, this is no exaggeration. It now has numerous scratches after only half a day of use.

If your looking for a basic tablet then this is worth a go as long as you do not expect too much but I do find it frustrating to use. I would not recommend it to friend.
I hope people find this useful and can make an informed decision!
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123 of 126 people found the following review helpful By David on 17 Oct 2011
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This is a great little pad for entry into the technology. I was looking for something as an alternative to the Kindle reader that could also handle movies, Mp3's and the occasional game. this device does it all. The screen is crisp and clear and very responsive to touch. using the stylus is good too, but i notice that heavy pressure does leave a mark - i have ordered some screen protectors and will avoid the stylus till they arrive.
I had great problems with the installed operating system, it would not connect to the market at all. So i updated to UBEROID V9 and had troubles identifying which version of the tablet to use (Choices 1, 2) but neither worked properly. saw somewhere in the literature that choice 8 works . tried that and it installed and ran great.
Now I have kindle installed, and some text readers, games, and other apps.
A word about the recommended case - the one with the integrated keyboard. it is a good case, but there is a bad design - there seems to be nowhere for the USB connector to live, so it hangs around getting in the way, or stops the case closing entirely. So i am going to invest another few quid in a pouch case - with pockets to store the lil SD's and the honking great USB/Ethernet adapter that fits in the side(Another bad design). BTW. the internal Wifi is a little finicky... as mentioned in other reviews, the antenna is tiny so has difficulty picking up a strong signal... you really need to be on Ethernet to connect to the market.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Philip Allen on 9 Nov 2011
Before I talk about the tablet itself I must mention the extra UK 13 amp socket adaptor supplied with my unit. (This enables the 2 pin charger to be plugged into a standard 3 pin 240 volt UK mains socket.) The one included with my Apad is probably the most dangerous and shoddy piece of electrical gear I have ever come across. The thing doesnt hold the 2 pin plug properly, it arcs and sparks inside if you touch it and its internal construction is dangerous. Take my advice if you buy an Apad with one of these: 1. Complain about this part. 2. Smash it with a hammer and throw the bits in the bin. 3. Go and buy youself a decent one - they are pretty cheap! (UPDATE TO THIS 17 Nov 2011: Further to the above I see Auckland Computer now supply UK 3 pin chargers with this item. That is really great. But that doesn't mean there are no units out there that were shipped with the dodgy 2 to 3 pin adaptor - keep an eye open for them.)

The Apad itself is absolutely fine for the price and I can only agree with the other reviews. I have not done a lot with it yet but was very easily able to connect to my wireless router and get on the Internet. I have only had one temporary freeze up - which sorted itself out (and thats just computers for you anyway). I was "chuffed" to be able to sit on my sofa and watch the extremely scary "camino del ray" video on YouTube, and felt that now digital technology was a bit more fun - and for a pretty low price. You do really need to use a stylus or a fingernail on the screen as its not great with your fingers, like say an iPad - but, for this price, so what? The only thing (apart from the "evil" UK mains socket converter) was that to use a USB device you have to plug this "thing" (about cigarette lighter size) into the unit first.
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50 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Duncan P. Castling on 12 Sep 2011
I read the previous reviews and thought the epad was worth a risk. I had initial problems sorted with great patient help from the seller and a bios upgrade. Then I upgraded it again to the UBEROID ROM. This has made the epad do everything I want and more. Really pleased with it, but it has taken a bit of work learning the Android system. But that's what I got it for in the first place!
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