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Ployer Momo9 7 Inch Android 4.0.3 Capacitive Touch Screen 1.6GHz 8GB DDR3 Super Slim Tablet PC - 2160P & 3D Output - Flash 11.1 - New Google Play installed - All iPlayers and Flash Content Compatible - YouTube, Documents to Go, eMail, Maps all pre-installed, plus 1.3MP Camera
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- 100% Genuine Ployer MOMO9 Tablet
- High Resolution Capacitive Touch Screen - 5 point Multi Touch; Ideal for social browsing and networking with Flash 11.1 pre-installed
- HD and 3D Output via HDMI - Watch stunning movies on your monitor or TV
- Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) with Google Play (replaces Market) - access 1,000's of apps
- CPU: All Winner A10, 1.2GHz; GPU: Mali 400 (1.6GHz Combined)
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This item Ployer Momo9 7 Inch Android 4.0.3 Capacitive Touch Screen 1.6GHz 8GB DDR3 Super Slim Tablet PC - 2160P & 3D Output - Flash 11.1 - New Google Play installed - All iPlayers and Flash Content Compatible - YouTube, Documents to Go, eMail, Maps all pre-installed, plus 1.3MP Camera
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|Computer Memory Size||—||512 MB||512 MB||4 GB||512 MB||512 MB|
|Connectivity Technology||HDMI||Wi-Fi; USB||Wi-Fi; USB; Micro USB; Ethernet||Bluetooth; Wi-Fi; USB; Micro USB||Bluetooth; Wi-Fi; USB; Micro USB||Wi-Fi; USB|
|Processor (CPU) Manufacturer||Apple||Allwinner A33||AMD||IBM||IBM||Allwinner A33|
|Processor (CPU) Speed||—||1.5 GHz||1.5 GHz||1.2 GHz||1.2 GHz||1.5 GHz|
|Display Size||7 inches||7 inches||7 inches||7 inches||7 inches||7 inches|
|Display Technology||Capactive Touchscreen and HD||—||LCD;capacitive touchscreen;TFT;||—||LCD||—|
|Hard Disk Size||8 GB||8 GB||512 MB||4 GB||—||8 GB|
|Item Dimensions||—||1 x 18.2 x 12.1 cm||12.09 x 18.21 x 1.09 cm||12 x 18 x 0.9 cm||12 x 18 x 0.9 cm||12.1 x 18.2 x 1 cm|
|Item Weight||—||350 grams||—||295 grams||295 grams||350 grams|
|Memory Storage Capacity||8 GB||8 GB||8 GB||4 GB||4 GB||4 GB|
|Operating System||None||Android KitKat||Android 4.2.2||Android||Android||Android 4.4|
Top Customer Reviews
General Pros & Cons:
> Cheap and good spec for the price
> Full access to Google Play and all apps seem to work well
> Exceptional quality of screen
> Good sound quality
> Options for additional storage (32GB maximum)
> Can be very slow at times/lag
> Occasional WiFi problems where device fails to connect to network (restart device/disconnect -> reconnect to solve)
> No mini-HDMI adaptor included.
More in depth, based on spec provided:
For the price (£69.99 at the time of my purchase), listed were the following specs:
> Android 4.0.3
-- Brilliant, great operating system with full access to Google Play - apps such as Facebook, Twitter, all working.
> Intuitive capacitive 5 point touch-screen.
-- As far as I am aware this is correct, although haven't fully tested it yet.
> Plays 1080p HD and 3D content on your TV or monitor.
-- If you are thinking of connecting it to a TV/monitor, be aware it has a mini-HDMI slot, requiring an adapter (not included). The screen quality itself is BRILLIANT, very high quality!
> All Winner A10 1.2HGz CPU, MALI 400 GPU
-- Processor is alright for the price, but I must admit it can get a little slow occasionally. If this is going to annoy you, I would recommend purchasing a higher-spec CPU.
> 512MB RAM
-- Pretty decent again, for the price.
> 8GB memory (up to 32GB with Micro SD Card).
-- Partitioned into about 1.15GB "internal", 5.Read more ›
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Okay I'll break this review down into a three sections, the first with the basics of use and the Apps that I've run as I know this is important to people. In the second I'll give you my feelings on the build quality and hardware in general. During the third I'll go over a bit of the tech so you can get a feeling for the MOMO9's capabilities.
The MOMO9 I'm reviewing was ordered from GTR, as it seems that some folks are having different builds (ROMs?) depending on whom they ordered from.
1. I'd been looking for a new tablet since I sold my Toshiba AT100-100 Toshiba AT100-100 10 inch Tablet to my brother. I wanted a 7" Tablet for reading on the bus to work as I found the 10.1" Toshiba a little too big for that. I didn't want to spend the kind of money I had on the Toshiba but wanted a capable performer and from the specs and reviews this fitted the bill.
I had a number of requirements for my tablet and I spent a lot of time comparing tablets in this price range (sub one hundred) and the MOMO 9 seemed to tick all the boxes.
1. Portability - 7" form factor is a size midway between a large phone and a 10" tab.
2. Performance to play video smoothly, on and off line i.e. Iplayer, Youtube , and local video player etc. Also the usual games i.e. Angry Birds.
3.Read more ›
There are a number of cheap Android tablets being produced at the moment. An increasingly popular type is using the "AllWinner A10" chip, which combines a decent quality 1.2GHz processor with a dedicated 0.4GHz graphics chip. You can spend all day trying to compare different chips and tablets to decide which one is best, so I will simply say that the innards of this tablet are more than adequate for browsing, videos, and generally running the system. Of the "AllWinner A10" tablets, this one was the best deal at the time I bought, but they are all pretty similar.
The tablet comes in a surprisingly nice-looking box, that will look impressive as a present for someone. Besides the tablet, you get a terrible little manual, and some cheap headphones, but that's pretty usual for mobile devices, plus 2 usb cables - one for plugging into your PC, and the other for letting you plug keyboards and other usb devices into your tablet. The charger arrived attached to the side of the box.
The tablet itself is plastic, but feels sturdy. It is black at the front with a fairly wide bezel around the screen, and with an attractive white back with logos. On the edge is a power button, and a rocker-style volume switch. The switches are sensibly placed and need a good push to work, so you won't be hitting them by accident. The "bottom" of the tablet when held in portrait has the various ports: power, mini USB, HDMI, 3.5mm headphone, and memory card. The memory card slot is labelled "TF card", which is an older name for MicroSD, but it works with new MicroSD cards just fine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The Ployer Momo 9 7 inch is a good tablet, although at sometimes it can be laggy (especially on the internet), but on the whole has a good quality screen and has a nice solid... Read morePublished on 9 Nov. 2013 by DaringNite
I bought this in May 2012 and since then only my 6 year old son has been using this occassionally. He plays a couple of games (Angry Birds and Stick Cricket). Read morePublished on 19 Aug. 2013 by broadbeans
Would not ever buy from a country where you can get no help if things go wrong - absolutely poor customer service and is only any good if you can go personally to China to get some... Read morePublished on 12 May 2013 by Samantha Keable
This tablet was returned to the seller in January 2013 after it refused to take a charge. Since I returned it, I have been promised a replacement by the seller on so many... Read morePublished on 3 April 2013 by Jason Hodder