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I love it,
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Got this as a present for new year.I absolutely love this device.It has few issues here and there,but not major. I have in my household galaxy note 10.1 and Chinese Ample a90.So I have something to compare with.
I like its keyboard dock,just because I can put it stand wards and watch movies,plus its convenient to type with it,even that I got quite big fingers.
Software and hardware works just fine.Web browsing and streaming videos without any problems.Sound is fairly good,not comparable with galaxy note's stereo speakers,but good enough for me.
Wi-Fi works perfect.Absolutely same siglan strength as on my Acer laptop.So I download films via u-torrent in no time.depending on internet speed of course.Good signal strength on both 1st and 2nd floors.
GPS doesn't work, indoors at least.didn't check it outside yet,and don't think you'll need it.But on galaxy note it works even indoors.
Front camera is fine.Works well with Skype video calls.
All in all its a good tablet.it absolutely satisfies all my needs: watching TV online,reading books,magazines,playing any latest 3d games,watching YouTube, reading e-mails.For about 240£ its one of the best options,considering that Chinese tablets with 10 inch display are about the same price.
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Initial post: 30 Jan 2013 10:50:21 GMT
Crafty Bob says:
GPS needs satellite line of sight to work - hence it will not work indoors.
In reply to an earlier post on 5 Apr 2013 02:07:27 BDT
C. A. Austin says:
Good point! Yuri says the GPS on their Galaxy Note works indoors: my Galaxy phone does some sort of quasi-GPS thing using the mobile signal. It's fairly accurate in my experience; I bet the Note has this Samsung wizardry as well.
It's a pity Archos gave up on including 3G connectivity as standard (or 4G would be even nicer ...), as there's so much more you can do with mobile networks available in tandem with wifi.
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