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I contacted Elonex about the possibility of obtaining a replacement &, after sending a picture of the tablet, was told that it was not one of their products so it obviously is 1 of a number of generic tablets that are available online.
The main problem though is the screen.
Do not buy any tablet with a resistive touchscreen, they are frustrating & slow to use.
Save a bit more for a capacitive screen & you will have a much more pleasant experience.
eTouch 7" Android Touchscreen Tablet
How wrong can you be? Let's be clear, I have no affiliation with Factory Direct from China other than as a customer. That being clear it is a matter of fact that:
(1). The tablet arrived on time very securely wrapped.
(2. The tablet itself was the splitting image of it's fruity counterpart, lacking only the logo which I was delighted at because I intensely dislike advertising foisted on me.
(3. The build feels solid with no flexing or creaks. The moulding detail is crisp. The O/S is Android 2.2.3 Froyo.
(4. There is an App screen from which you can copy app logos to any of the four home screens.
(5). My other PCs are fast Quad core boxes for video rendering & high end video assembly with fast responses. However, all that is required to match them, is to tap the screen lightly with the fingernail - at which one is rewarded with responses every bit as good as on my PCs or partner's Blackberry.
(6). The screen is not as pin sharp as more expensive tablets but it has good colour rendition/contrast & more than adequate resolution.
(7). The screen brightness can be set over a range, so coping with both reading in bed with a sleeping partner & a sunlit room or outdoor shade.
(8). The Wi Fi was easy to set up once the required data was to hand. My broadband speeds are criminally bad being at the end of 50 year old copper cables constantly shorted/snapped by the trees which the wires pass through. I could see no difference between the tablet & the quad server PCs.
(9). I have bought a keyboard/wallet combo for the princely sum of £11 odd which is suprisingly well made at the price & gives laptop functionality in regard to typing & saving to the bought extra 16Gb mini HSSD card in the secure slot provided. Very useful for EBooks, (pages in colour turn at the lightest tap), & music.
(10). Being cautious, I found the small & nicely set out owner's manual was, however, clearly not for the exact tablet it came with. However it was over 80% relevant & when I have sought guidance via email, a very patient chap called David in the USA has replied very promptly & with care & clarity.
(11) One thing however I would rccommend. The tapping is most effective with the finger nail. However the screen surface is easily scratched. First task is to go to the stationers & get a small roll of clear adhesive film usually used to protect book jackets. Cut roughly oversize & apply with a sweeping motion of the finger in a cloth to expel as many of the trapped air bubbles as possible. Do not dismay, those trapped air bubbles that do remain will slowly dissappear over three or four days. The excess film can be trimmed with a new Stanley knife bladepoint gently run along the conveniently placed micro grooves around the screen & "back" button. The is very tough & can be cleaned with a Mr."Mooscule" dampened cloth & polished with a clean duster!
That, dear reader is the only thing that I would say you needed to do to enjoy this really splendid tablet. When you look at the price at £100 or so, you realise that Western goods carry a huge markup to satisfy sky high taxation throughout the design/manufacturing/distribution process,together with greedy banker/investors & local Authorities. It is amazing that there is any of the purchase price left over to actually provide the good or service.
You have to win sometimes & I am as they say, well chuffed - tickled pink & grinning ear to ear, if a bit uncomfortable sitting on my still fat wallet!
I bought it when the price was up a bit more than it is now, and although we expect technology to have tumbling prices over time, this one is crashing. There is a hint in there. The price falling quickly is a symptom of poor quality product
Where to start?
Power - power charging ok. I've seen the review by someone about not being able to charge it. I didn't have that issue. Although my biggest gripe is that that the battery doesn't hold the charge and within a short period of time, it requires to be plugged in. It is useless to take on the train/aeroplane, which was the intended purpose.
Applications - few quality applications exist for this device. The android software used for more modern devices are simply not compatible here. Even with no apps downloaded, the power issue above remains.
Customer Service - One comment I read rated the customer service well. I've yet to experience that.
I had one successful telephone call to a gruffy type who was not particularly interested in helping me.
On asking about the WiFi by email - no answer has comes back. Think this must beyond their scope
WiFi - would be great if it worked!
Let's be honest - the tablet really only has a function if connected to the internet. It can not take an Ex HDD but will take a Flash. You can watch a movie held on a memory card or flash, but beware the battery limitations whilst on the go. The WiFi on mine errors (the unanswered email??) - anyway general advice from the company is to contact the ISP to lift the coding on your home internet and make the network open so eTouch can locate it.
What a stupid idea!
An open network will be accessed by all and sundry. On top of that - the original issue of the WiFi error message (can't turn on) will not be resolved by any calls to ISP, so it remains without Net access. I can not get WiFi to turn on and thus no connectivity.
So with the above information, Is there any point to have one??
I have given one star simply because one cannot rate as zero or below - where eTouch deserves to be.
Dear reader - you may be tempted to buy this tablet based on price, however, if you spend money for something that is less useful than most modern telephones, you may wish to ask yourself if there is any point to spend the cash?
You maybe better off buying a Galaxy tablet or Ipad as they are far more established. If the intent is read books and watch films (less of email or work content) than the new Kindle is reasonable priced option for that.
I don't own any of those devices, but plenty of reviews are about to guide you.
PS: I have an early version Kindle and it is great - does as I expect it to and reads well in sunlight, light weight and just packed with books. No colour screen, but that's how it was then - and no desire to change it either. Only gripe is cost of some eBooks, but Kindle reader is very good!
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