Does this thing have gps and if so is it any good?
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Superpad VII better than a lot of reviews, lead you to believe.,
This review is from: 2012 model 10 inch 10.2" Tablet PC Flytouch Superpad 7 Latest Android 4.0.4 ICS Ice Cream Sandwich HDMI output 1GB DDR3 Allwinner CPU processor 1.2GHZ Massive 20 GB Built-in Memory GPS
I did a lot of research on this item and i am very pleased that i did,
otherwise i would have made a total mistake and bought a re-flashed
Superpad, thinking it was the Superpad VII. It was only reading what
this seller put in his Product Description that saved me making a
very big mistake.
A lot of reviews that i have come across are absolutely not true of
my own experience of this device. It is true to say that it is not
an iPad and quite honestly is very good when price comparison and
usability is given a truthful view.
First, i would like to say that the display of 10.2 is vivid in
color and the adjustable brightness is very adequate. For my
wife and myself we found that we did not have to adjust the
brightness of the screen, but it is nice to have this option to
do so if we wish.
There are plenty of options for expansion with the two usb ports
(of which i did have a problem connecting with) more on this issue
later in my review. The Superpad VII has 20 gigabytes of storage
and also has the option of using the micro-SD card slot with up to
32Gigabyte of space. Coupled with also the option of using usb
memory sticks, i honestly believe it has me covered for storage.
I suppose that one could also use an external hard drive although
i have not tried this.
I did see on one review somewhere else that their wife or children
could not play the included game of AngryBirds. I am pleased to say
that my wife plays and loves this game (my wife is not a person to
be easily pleased). I am more into other kinds of apps and all that
i tried ran smoothly with no lags.
When first turning on after a good charge up, i found it very easy to
set up and soon had the wi-fi up and running. The connection was very
fast and i did not have any drop outs. No problems connecting to the
internet to browse Google, eBay, Utube. Videos played with no lag so
i really enjoyed my experience.
So would i go out and buy an iPad? No, i do not think that i would.
The Superpad VII does all that i need and at less than a third of
the price. I will soon be buying another of these for my wife.
I would also like to point out that Alex at Lelik Tech gives great
support to his customers. I will definitely be buying from him again.
If i could give Letik Tec 10 stars instead of five, i most certainly
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Initial post: 3 Sep 2012, 23:27:20 BST
Does this thing have gps and if so is it any good?
Posted on 10 Sep 2012, 14:26:17 BST
Ms. L. Waterson says:
i am looking for some advice, i want to get my 8 year old a tablet for xmas but i am unsure what to get. he would just be playing games on cbebbies and i would like to download apps for him to help with reading ect would you say that this tablet would be suitable for him?
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Sep 2012, 13:56:13 BST
Yes this device does have a GPS. It is separate from the pad and plugs into the pad.
In reply to an earlier post on 11 Sep 2012, 13:59:28 BST
This pad should be perfect for what you want and has
a large amount of storage area and can also be extended
if needed. It plays games very well indeed and connection
to the internet works great.
Posted on 11 Sep 2012, 20:22:42 BST
W Bryant says:
can somebody tell me if the tablet is appealing,is it really long and not very tall or is the shape simmilar to an ipad and whats it made of? Is it sort of grey plasticy or ipad glass sort of thing? thanks
Posted on 15 Sep 2012, 16:28:19 BST
hi can you use mobile broadband on this? i was thinking on getting my sister one for xmas, she doesnt have broadband in the house, thanks.
Posted on 21 Sep 2012, 11:20:45 BST
Can anyone confirm that both USB port work? The top one of mine doesn't work and the seller says it's for firmware update only???
In reply to an earlier post on 21 Sep 2012, 12:44:08 BST
The seller is correct. The top usb is only for firmware upgrading.
The bottom usb port is for connection to pc and other devices.
Hope this helps.
Posted on 24 Sep 2012, 15:19:19 BST
Mr. David T. Justice says:
I am struggling to connect to my PC. Even though I have been using the lower USB port.
Do I need to add software to my PC.
When I have tried to find a driver with the PC wizard, unable to find one. Should I be doing that?
In reply to an earlier post on 28 Sep 2012, 08:32:56 BST
Last edited by the author on 28 Sep 2012, 09:49:58 BST
Smart Media says:
You need to enable USB on your device.
Goto settings, developer options then turn off USB debugging. Then plug your USB cable in the top port.
The other option you have is goto - Settings, Storage, then click on the 3 dots at the top right of the screen, click on "USB computer connection", then select mass storage. Go back to the main screen and plug in the USB cable You will then be presented with "turn on USB storage". You should now have a small icon on the bottom right off the task bar that also gives you the option to turn USB off. I hope this helps.