Hi All, I'm trying to decide between these 2 tablets (the newer M009S available for pre-order). The specs look pretty identical but any thoughts on this? My main use will be watching movies, iPlayer, Skype and if it's possible - to use some sort of drawing tool so I can directly input sketches. Any comments appreciated!
As the seller and rights owner for this tablet we are probably the last people you would listen to here!!!!!! but the only thing I would say is that Skype can be a little dodgy on these tablets and we have a specific version of Skype that we install before sending out that we know is 100% compatible. Most versions have problems with interlacing on the video.
If you do go for the M009S and have issues with Skype drop a post in here and we will point you to one that I think will work with that tablet 100% too.
Thanks for your comment - much appreciated! As you'll be the expert on this tablet (!!!!) do you know of any drawing app that is compatable? No worries if not, I know there's a lot of software out there! I take your very quick reply as potentially a good sign of customer service by the way which gives the Cloudnine an extra point! :-)
Any drawing app should work fine, it has a nice capacitive screen so I can see no problem with them working. We are on Googles approved devices list too so that means the new Google store issues that affect many not approved devices don't affect this tablet, so all market apps are available. It is causing some issues with devices at present so it is worth checking before buying.
I tried the natc before I bought the Cloud Nine, my concern with the Natc was when I put it onto charge the screen started move around so I sent it back as faulty and was then told by the seller that they all did this ! not for me ,so i got the Cloud Nine no comparison in my opinion
Had both and have to say the cloudnine is superior in every way.
I got the NATPC and there was instant confusion about whether I had received the correct tablets (lots of discussion on this on their threads). The tablet was slow, downloads from google play took an age and there were lots of apps not compatiable with the device. BBC iPlayer sync was awful. I also had issues with wifi connection dropping off and with the above mentioned issues whilst charging.
Sent that back and bought the cloudnine neuropad instead and the experience has been totally different. Android 4.0 is excellent, internet connection and performance is faultless and the BBC iPlayer works perfectly. It also look good when connected to my tv via the HDMI cable, enjoyed a lot of snooker the last couple of days.
Angry Birds Space and GTA 3 also work perfectly on this tab.
Hi I installed the Skype App but I cannot recieve any video can you please advise, I checked the camera which in ok and also the sound. Can you put me in the right direction for info on accessing my home network from this tablet?
You have to makes sure that you choose to make a video call rather than a voice only call, I think the first option in the list is voice only. Or, if you are already in a call, you can click the video icon and that puts you into video mode.
I think it depends on what you want to access from your home network. I think things like music sharing will work, but not sure that you can access windows shares through Android.
As many of these tablets are the same specification, having come from the same basic model (LY-F1), then I would assume it could, although TBH I have not tried. The Neuropad Ultra is the same specification as the M009S, with the same Allwinner A10 SoC, 400 MHz Mali GPU, 1GB RAM, 802.11 b/g/n Wifi, so I see very little difference in it.