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CloudNine Neuropad2 Tablet,
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This was the third attempt since last Christmas to acquire a 7 inch tablet. After the second failed attempt I spent a lot of time reading up on Android tablets. To state the obvious: it depends what you want the tablet for, and, you get what you pay for.
For a machine in its price bracket, the CloudNine Neuropad2 Tablet is a great option! It does what I wanted it for.
It's a slim, elegant machine with a great screen and good speaker. It comes with Android 4.0.3 which is a great experience after Android 2.2 or 2.3. No problems connecting to WiFi, even to non-broadcasting networks, something not every tablet will do in my experience.
Flash 11 is installed and a "fully working Android Market". This last point was a real clincher for me. Taking possession of a tablet to then discover it has some look-alike version of the Android Market is frustrating. Not being able to install paid for apps already in use on my Android smart phone is a real pain.
I'm not a game player so I've no idea how the wonderful screen will perform. The charger comes with an adaptor for use in the UK. The instruction manual has unbelievably small printing and needs some updating. At least the translation is better than some I've seen.
Android 4 deals with an external sdcard in a way that left me confused but after contacting the seller everything became clear. On this point I think time will tell how the tablet performs. No problems at all contacting the seller: replies come very quickly by email.
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Initial post: 2 Apr 2012 17:40:05 BDT
Sam Tribe says:
I don't understand about the 'fully working Android Market'. Does this mean that I won't already have my Google Play apps that I have paid for? Is their 'Android Market' not actual the real one? Why is this?
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Apr 2012 16:28:11 BDT
Android Market is now called Play Store. It's the same thing, Google just changed the name.
What the reviewer may be referring to is that some Android 2.X tablets (the Archos 7 for example) do not have the fully functioning Android Market / Play Store but rather come with a scaled-down (and hugely unpopular) version called AppsLib.
All tablets with Android 3.0 or higher should not have this issue as it was designed specifically for tablets (whereas Android 2.0 was intended originally only for smaller screened smartphones)
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