NOW IN ANDROID 4.2.2 JELLY BEAN - FUSION5® 9.1" ECONOMY+ TABLET PC - CAPACITIVE 5-POINT 9.1-inch DISPLAY SCREEN - 16:9 SCREEN RESOLUTION - SLIMMEST VERSION CHEAPEST TABLET PC - PROMOTIONAL PRICE
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CPU - Cortex A7 * 2 (DUAL-CORE PROCESSOR) Upto 1.5Ghz * 2
GPU - Mali-400
Operation System Android 4.2.2 JELLY BEAN
RAM 512MB (DDR 3)
ROM(Memory) 8GB Nand Flash
Shell Material Plastic
Screen Size 9.1 Inch
Type Capacitive Screen
Extend Card Support TF card up to 32GB external (to be bought seperately)
Camera Front camera, & Rear Camera
Gravity Sensor Yes
Multi-Touch Yes, 5 points multi-touch
WIFI Yes, 802.11 b/g/n
Earphone Interface 3.5mm
Battery 5000 MAh (3 to 5 hours average)
Language Dutch, Indonesian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, German, English, Spanish, French, Croatian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Roman, Slovenian, Finnish, Swedish, Swahili, Vietnamese, Turkish, Zulu, Greek, Ukrainian, Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Thai, Bengali, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Product Size 239 x 148 x 12mm
Product Weight 523g
Package Weight 968g
Extend Port 1 x TF card slot
1 x Micro USB port
1 x 3.5mm Earphone port
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I bought one of these tablets in March 2013. It stopped working in December 2013 and after a couple of weeks fruitless troubleshooting by email, I returned it for repair. It came back after another week but still exhibiting exactly the same fault. We danced through the troubleshooting again and I asked for a refund or replacement. Both were refused but I could send it back again... I did. It came back again at the end of March with exactly the same fault. I again asked for a refund or replacement. Again both were refused but, as it was now out of warranty, I could send it again provided I pay a consultation fee...
This Tablet cost me about £85 initially. It was fine whilst it was working. It now retails at approx £46. It has cost £24 so far, to send it back for repair and will cost another £12 if I send it again for the third time. Experience suggests it would be a complete waste of time. In response to my protesting emails, the company invited me to take legal action under the Sale of Goods act, knowing that the cost to me would be in excess of the value of the tablet...
This is cynical business practice at its worst. I would advise any potential tablet buyers to avoid dealing with this company...
The Fusion was received (very quickly it must be said) just a week ago so early days but here is a summary of my first impessions.
It arrived in decent packaging and out of the box it was visually in perfect condition. A slim well designed and proportioned tablet with a weight that makes handling comfortable (ie not lightweight and 'slippery' to the hand.
I also bought a leatherette keyboard case (First one was broken so I ordered another and that works fine - all within three days ! )It has a pull out 'stand' to enable you to leave on the worktop.
I highly recommend you buy a case as it completes the package and makes it extremely portable and protected (bit like an old fashioned yuppy diary - kids ask yor parents what a yuppy is / was ! )
I followed the simple instructions from the 'manual' and it powered up quickly. from then on it is easy to work on screen to navigate through the operation of the basics. The quality of the manual is not brilliant but some thought and common sense soon gets you to where you need to be.
I bought this mainly for my wife to be able to surf a little, check out her weightwatchers, dial up a recipe on youtube etc., but nothing too strenuous for the machine. Already I'm using it instead of my lap top for the odd quick lookup and its going fine. The graphics are very impressive.
We have fibre optic wi fi running at high input/output levels so I'm sure that helps.
My son works in computers, problem solving, and was very impressed with it overall , particularly its functioning speed - (so it must be decent if he says so - lol).
We made some initial additions - Introduced Google Chrome, Skype , 'Line' email(free calls etc) and 'BT Hotspots' and a couple of simple android apps through the built in 'Playshop' and these are fine (The Camera on skype is pretty duff as it jumps a bit but hey , its only a cheapie.
The only down side so far is the quality (or more accurately the level ) of sound - its sometimes very quiet. When its in the case the rear speaker which is already quiet becomes almost impossible to hear depending on the ambient noise. I will be looking for a little plug in speaker which will clip on to the case preferably.
I will add a memory card so that photos and vids can be added on. That will make this machine a great little portable device around the home and when visiting the family etc.
For the money I think this is a real bargain, and provided nothing silly happens in the next year or two it will have earnt its corn. In fact the way its working at the moment I don't see a need for an upgrade becoming needed in the foreseable future.
Hope this helps you.
UPDATE 26th Jan - Still going fine , battery life is turning out to be good ( a charge lasts over a day in full use provided wifi is switched off,otherwise 5 or 6 hours ish)
I havent bought any speakers yet - any suggestions appreciated