Is a pandigital media tablet worth getting even if its getting bad reviews.?
I have been browsing tablets on amazon all day and haven’t found one i liked but the pandigital tablet seems promising. The reviews are bad there are alot of complaints about not running apps its slow and software issues.
If i was to get a lower end tablet i would buy this one, as you can see it has all the features you need, the only downside (not a major one) is the processor speed
What are ur reviews about akash tablet?
will this tablet be available for common people,are their limited pieces of this or available for some months only and also tell me that will we be able to run android apps and games in it…plz tell me
thanks for ur answers
You have to wait for a month to get more info about its commercial sales
Meanwhile u can get info on the tablet here
How to use Aakash Tablet, can we make calls & can we capture photos & videos, what are its reviews?
Ppl says new one is with sim slot, what does sim slot means
Can we insert memory card, pendrive, external keyboard, external mouse & datacard in it. Do it has port to use wireline internet connection…
Do it has wife & 3g, can we make calls, capture photos/videos, play music, can we use Ms. office in it, what else can we do?
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Product Image: http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41nD4oIRbqL._SL500_AA280_.jpg
Price: $499.99 & this item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping.
* 500 GB capacity for up to 148,000 songs
* 10 hours of audio or 4 hours of video on a single charge
* 4.8-inch TFT LCD touchscreen display with 800 x 480 pixel resolution and 16 million colors
* Supports MP3, WMA, WAV, AAC, AAC+, FLAC, and OGG Vorbis audio formats; MPEG-4, MPEG-4 HD (up to 720p), H.264 HD (up to 720p), WMV, and M-JPEG video formats; JPG, BMP, PNG, and GIF image files
* One-year limited warranty
ARCHOS, award-winning for its constant technology innovation, now introduces its new ARCHOS 5 Internet Tablet. This product combines all the multimedia know-how that ARCHOS is famous for, with the ANDROID operating system. It offers you an uncompromised Internet, Media and TV experience in a customizable interface. In perpetual evolution with the continuous arrival of new applications, you can personalize your ARCHOS 5 Internet Tablet to perfectly reflect your tastes and needs.
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I purchased this as an upgrade to my beloved Archos 605 160GB. I actually purchased this directly from archos because I had trouble getting it through Amazon.
First impressions: beautiful sleek design, love the rubbery backside and the enlarged screen! I find that the touch screen UI interface is quite improved over the 605, the buttons all flash when you press them so that is a nice confirmation that you hit it. Also, play buttons and such seem to be bigger than before, easier to hit. Although the glossy, shiny look is pretty to look at, it also shows fingerprints (much like the Touch). Not a big deal to me, I’m used to wiping off my glossy surfaces regularly.
So lets get into the nitty gritty, starting with the things I love about the new Archos 5. Just one caveat, I am using this primarily as a replacement media player for the Archos 605 so I won’t speak much to internet browsing issues. I will use as a basis of comparison my collection of MP3 players (ok I’m an addict so sue me!) which includes iPod Touch 2nd Gen 32GB, Creative Zen WiFi 16GB, iPod Classic 160GB, Archos 605 160GB, Archos 604 30GB, iRiver Clix2 8GB.
*) 250GB: gotta love all that storage space, especially since the new Apple Classic tops out at 120GB now it seems Archos is in a class all to itself.
*) Big beautiful glossy color screen, definitely an improvement over 605.
*) Easily connected to my Wifi, browser is now free instead of costing extra like before. Upgrade to firmware was accomplished easily.
*) Easy synchronization of my entire music library and playlists using Media Monkey in Windows Media Mode (605 had problems here, so glad Archos fixed this!)
*) Beautiful full featured DVR dock available (apple doesn’t even make one as far as I can tell!)
*) Esthetically the most appealing player I’ve seen yet from Archos.
*) Nice context menus on most pages (tap upper right corner) that make it easy to get around.
*) Love the ability to switch between hard drive mode and Windows Media Mode (something I do quite frequently). Also nice to be able to put a password on folders with sensitive or Adult content.
*) Ability to play all kinds of audio/video files, although you do have to pay up to $40 for additional plugin firmware in order to play apple and cinema formats.
*) On screen touch qwerty keyboard is really nice, easy to use — I found it much easier to type accurately than the Touch/iPhone onscreen keyboard.
*) Browser supports flash controls, woohoo, welcome to the 21st century fercrissakes!
*) That 250GB of data is readily available to the PC as a hard drive so I can use it for backups or whatever else I want to do with it. (unlike the Creative Zen for example).
*) Convenient built-in speaker can be used in a pinch: everybody seems to have one of these now but as far as I can tell Archos did it first on the 605!
*) Now Playing music screen is easier to use, volume, and play buttons are easier to use now and it displays the name of the next and previous songs: a feature that I don’t see on any of my other MP3 players.
*) Nice dedicated volume and power buttons, the volume buttons are definitely easier to find and use than the 605.
And now, my suggestions to Archos for how they could improve on what I think is a cutting edge beautiful product. Please understand, I’m a nitpicking software engineer so I give 5 stars even though I can find room for improvement!
*) I miss the dedicated hold/tv-out button which has been removed. Not a big deal since can still be done through the context menu.
*) Some of the text menus just look a little strange and seem to take a too much space on the screen. For example, I have to scroll down to get to the “Playlists”… At the very least “Playlists” should be on the first page as its the one I use the most. Really it seems like too many button presses are required to dig down and play a playlist, I wish “playlists” was available from a top level menu because I use it more than anything else…
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