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Double Power TD-1010 10.1" Dual Core Touchscreen Tablet PC Featuring Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Operating System and Bluetooth for 139.99$

asingh786 19 November 26, 2012 at 06:42 AM in Computers (3) More Walmart Deals
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* 10.1" Diagonal 1024X600 full color multi-touch screen
* Enjoy 1080p movie on big size panel slim pad
* Cortex A9 1.6GHZ Dual Core CPU
* Android 4.0 Operation System
* 1G DDR3 Memory
* 8G included storage, up to 32G via Micro SD card
* Dual Cameras front 0.3MP/ rear 2MP for Clear picture snap and DV function
* Wifi Connectivity for easy download and web access
* Built-in Bluetooth feature
* Download and enjoy popular Apps and games from Google Play
* Play most popular video, music, photo formats
* Download and read thousands of books from included E-book reader
* Landscape and portrait mode auto rotate
* 5000mAH rechargeable lithium-polymer battery

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Double-...1615660#rr


Here's a review video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtuNmmjcuLw

Rear cam video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kc...ature=plcp

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#16
Quote from getbigtony View Post :
says 1080p when it doesn't have that resolution.. nice marketing
1024x600 is the new 1920x1080.... if you stand 20 feet away from it shake head
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Quote from Nikayla View Post :
Still looking for a tablet. So confused as to which one is the best value and price. This one is in the right price range. I wish I had gotten a Nabi for $49.
Ainol, Onda and Cube are good choices. You may check on the internet.
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#18
Given that I'm android developer that researched tablets like this I have to say you should avoid these like the plague. They get no support and end up being something like this:

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/20...id-tablet/

DO NOT BUY!

If they have to use 'auto rotate' as a selling point, you know their product doesn't offer much.
If you want a good tablet for a good price go with the Nexus 7 16GB. It'll get updated often, get a lot of support from developers,and runs great for the price.
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Quote from Mgamerz View Post :
Given that I'm android developer that researched tablets like this I have to say you should avoid these like the plague. They get no support and end up being something like this:

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/20...id-tablet/

DO NOT BUY!

If they have to use 'auto rotate' as a selling point, you know their product doesn't offer much.
If you want a good tablet for a good price go with the Nexus 7 16GB. It'll get updated often, get a lot of support from developers,and runs great for the price.
Appreciate the insight. Could you recommend a sub $125 tablet for surfing and apps only? For a 9 yr old.
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#20
Nexus 7 16GB is 7", What economy 10" Tablet would you recommend?
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#21
Quote from Buckeyefan 1 View Post :
If you can swing $149, get an 8GB Nexus 7 for crying out loud. This resolution is equivalent to Atari 2600 on a 25" CRT.
Can Nexus 7 do hdmi or SD card?
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Quote from Deusxmachina View Post :
Can Nexus 7 do hdmi or SD card?
It can do an SD card with an adapter. And do people really hook up their tablets to their TV sets? That's a good way to pre-cook your battery - running video constantly and outputting HD resolution. These batteries aren't cheap. I can count on my hand how many time's I've removed my mSD card from my NC CM7. And it had nothing to do with importing material.

Is the Double Power 1010 supported on XDA? The Nexus doesn't need to be. It's updated automatically via Google. When devices aren't supported, they grow long in the tooth quickly.

If you've never owned a 10" Android tablet, there's a lot to be desired. Apps look much better on a 7" device. And for close to the same price, you're getting a much better device.
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#23
Quote from Mgamerz View Post :
Given that I'm android developer that researched tablets like this I have to say you should avoid these like the plague. They get no support and end up being something like this:

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/20...id-tablet/

DO NOT BUY!

If they have to use 'auto rotate' as a selling point, you know their product doesn't offer much.
If you want a good tablet for a good price go with the Nexus 7 16GB. It'll get updated often, get a lot of support from developers,and runs great for the price.
True, but this tablet came out 2 years ago running on android 2.1 or something. All tablets that you buy nowadays come with android 4.0 or better and support is much better.
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#24
Quote from Buckeyefan 1 View Post :
It can do an SD card with an adapter. And do people really hook up their tablets to their TV sets?
After getting over my original ooo'ing and ahhh'ing over things like the Nexus 7 and Galaxy Tab 2, I realized no hdmi and no SD card are pretty much dealbreakers for me (unless it's a 32gb tablet, I guess.)

I mean, even my old cell phone had 8gb memory + SD card + tv-out (and FM radio. woo). And that thing's from 2008 and would now be considered a piece of junk. I've certainly hooked my phones up to TVs plenty of times. No hdmi on a 2012 tablet seems pretty lame the more I think about it, actually.
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#25
Can't you run the tablet on AC while plugged into a TV via HDMI? That's what I've pictured doing while contemplating tablets with HDMI, but if that can't be done, I'll reconsider the HDMI requirement.
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#26
for this price no IPS is sort of a deal-breaker. I'd just get a Tegra 2 based tablet. Those are fairly cheap these days. I mean unless you are going to be doing some serious gaming a Tagra2 should be fine.
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Quote from SkaterRingo View Post :
Can't you run the tablet on AC while plugged into a TV via HDMI? That's what I've pictured doing while contemplating tablets with HDMI, but if that can't be done, I'll reconsider the HDMI requirement.
Tablets aren't like laptops where they'll operate without the battery. It's a charge only setup. You're better off getting a $49 pc on a stick if you want to view Android or stream media to a flat screen.
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Quote from Deusxmachina View Post :
After getting over my original ooo'ing and ahhh'ing over things like the Nexus 7 and Galaxy Tab 2, I realized no hdmi and no SD card are pretty much dealbreakers for me (unless it's a 32gb tablet, I guess.)

I mean, even my old cell phone had 8gb memory + SD card + tv-out (and FM radio. woo). And that thing's from 2008 and would now be considered a piece of junk. I've certainly hooked my phones up to TVs plenty of times. No hdmi on a 2012 tablet seems pretty lame the more I think about it, actually.
Well, there's no risk in trying it out. If you hate it, you can return it pretty easily. I'm just not sold on the Nook Color resolution on a big 10.1" screen, and it not being IPS. I'm not totally against china tabs. I think the Ainol Novo Hero and Captain are intriguing - very capable large tablets than can hold a candle to the Transformer TF series.

The lack of HDMI or even USB doesn't seem to halt the sales of the holy grail of tablets - the iPad. And I think it's because there's a general use for a tablet - a couch surfing or travel companion. It's a luxury, and not an all out business machine you depend on. I really looked hard for a laptop 3 years ago with HDMI. I think I've hooked it up to my flat screen 3x in those years. So it's nice to have, but is it necessary? YMMV.
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#29
Quote from Buckeyefan 1 View Post :
It can do an SD card with an adapter. And do people really hook up their tablets to their TV sets? That's a good way to pre-cook your battery - running video constantly and outputting HD resolution. These batteries aren't cheap. I can count on my hand how many time's I've removed my mSD card from my NC CM7. And it had nothing to do with importing material.

Is the Double Power 1010 supported on XDA? The Nexus doesn't need to be. It's updated automatically via Google. When devices aren't supported, they grow long in the tooth quickly.

If you've never owned a 10" Android tablet, there's a lot to be desired. Apps look much better on a 7" device. And for close to the same price, you're getting a much better device.

there are tons of people who connect their tablets to TVs. its not for watching movies alone.. sometimes i just want to share pics/small clips/small videos stored on my tablet.. with larger audience on a bigger screen..

again, the idea of a sd card is not that it be removed constantly.. the idea is that you upgrade your storage with your needs with very little extra cost.. with movie and music download (as i use my tablet constantly on travel) even my 32GB tablet seems to fill up quickly.. good thing is that i am able to stuff in an extra 64gb card at just $35 now... carrying adapter cables is not practical.. most of the time when i need that, its not on me..

i have not come across many apps that look better on 7" compared to 10"!! the only thing good about 7" tablets is portability (and i do like them for that).. the apps that would look better on 7" than 10" are the ones which are tailored for phones.. they would look even better on 5"..
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#30
what does IPS stand for?
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