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Le Pan I TC 970 9.7-Inch Android Tablet

by Le Pan
3.2 out of 5 stars 1,066 customer reviews
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Le Pan I
  • Android OS, 1 GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 4 Processor
  • 512 MB of DDR2 RAM
  • 9.7" HD LED Touch Screen, 1024 X 768 XVGA TFT LCD
  • Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, Front-facing 2MP Camera
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Style: Le Pan I

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This nice design with 9.7 inch 720 HD touch screen,Android Le Pan tablet keeps you connected and entertained everywhere you go! The touch screen Google Android comes with a built in webcam for video chat, Wifi, and numerous cable ports, including one micro SD slots which support up to 32GB,an audio jack,a connector to USB (for charging and USB drive), and It includes a built in GPS chip, which allows Le Pan tablet to be used as a GPS device. Maps can be purchased online and downloaded to the Le Pan tablet, making it a 9.7-Inch navigator! The Android software delivers multi touch capabilities and access to watching videos, playing games, and browsing the web.

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Style:Le Pan I

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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 9.7 inches
Screen Resolution 1024 x 768
Max Screen Resolution 1024 x 768 pixels
Processor 1 GHz Texas Instruments OMAP 3630
RAM 0.512 GB DDR2
Graphics Coprocessor PowerVR SGX530
Wireless Type 802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1
Average Battery Life (in hours) 7 hours
Brand Name Le Pan
Series TC 970
Item model number TC970
Hardware Platform Android
Operating System Android 2.2
Item Weight 1.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 9.3 x 7.4 x 0.5 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 9.31 x 7.44 x 0.49 inches
Color Black
Rear Webcam Resolution 1 MP
Processor Brand ARM
Computer Memory Type DDR2 SDRAM
Flash Memory Size 2 GB
Power Source AC
Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)

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3.2 out of 5 stars 1,066 customer reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,086 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#1,743 in Computers & Accessories > Tablets
Shipping Weight 2.5 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available March 15, 2011

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Style Name: Le Pan I Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
UPDATE 26 NOV 2012: Please note that the following review was for the Le Pan I and NOT the Le Pan II. Due to circumstances not under my control this review may actually appear under the latest Le Pan II which appears to be a good upgrade but I've never used it - I am still happily using the first version tablet (Le Pan I) acquired in June, 2011 (so durability is good).

IMPORTANT UPDATE 11/30/2011: Please read B. Brinton's Amazon review (can't give the URL but it's one of the two star reviews here) regarding inability to update to new operating system. I stand by my original review as to the quality of the tablet, but recommend that you check out Brinton's review before actually buying.

Before I even start, I absolutely LOVE my Le Pan tablet. It's a blast to use, has a lot of upside for the things I want to do with it, and has a definite "wow" factor with bystanders. Typical quotes are, "wow," and "I want one" and "that is so cool!" This could be said about a lot of the better tablets (e.g., iPad) that have nice, high def, shiny screens showing video, but I appreciated the coveting looks (and I let people play with it extensively and had trouble getting it back a couple times).

I have never used a tablet (well, 10 minutes goofing with an iPad in the Apple Store a year ago) and have never used anything with the Android operating system.

A lot of my "cons" are probably pertinent to a lot of similar pieces of hardware, as well as shortcomings of the Android OS as it is currently implemented, rather than unique to the Le Pan.

I would NOT recommend this for someone looking for a turnkey, works perfectly out of the box solution. You will need either some experience, or a strong nerd compulsion (or a little of both).
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Update 27 November 2013: I have had the Le Pan II for almost 2 years now. Mine still works perfectly. I have had it physically powered off for only about 2 weeks during this 2 year period, I literally just set it to sleep mode when not in direct use by myself. Even with that constant use my battery life is still nearly what it was when I bought it. When the tablet gets to about 35% battery I charge it up (usually to full if time allows). I have a bit of an issue with bringing it out of sleep. I press the power button and sometimes get no response. I simply hold the power button and it wakes up asking if I want to power down. I select "no" and log in just fine. I do not use my tablet non-stop like I did initially, but it is always working and still does everything it did before. My parent's Le Pan I's are still working fine for them. I also convinced my roommate and another friend to get Le Pan II's earlier this year. My roommate loves his and has found it invaluable for using recipes, watching youtube videos, and a few other purposes. He has had his with constant use for about 3 months now and no problems. My other friend got hers earlier this week. I shall update when I can about her response to it, but thus far it is working just like mine and she loves it.

Update 4 August 2012: ICS has been released and it is working very well. Flash support on chrome is giving me some trouble, but Dolphin browser still has it working fine. ICS is nice and runs a bit smoother. I cannot get the HDMI mirroring to work (and now have the official Le Pan cable for it) so if that is important wait on the upgrade. I am really enjoying ICS far more than I thought I would.
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Style Name: Le Pan I Verified Purchase
I got this tablet back in September and was initially fairly impressed. It looked pretty good, seemed to have a good build quality, had fairly fluid graphics and ran on Android. Plus, even though it was inexpensive, its memory was expandable to 32GB through the micro SD. I talked with their customer service folks before buying, and they explained that although the camera wouldn't actually work with video chat for the time-being, when the new Android OS (4.0) came out it would be able to [Note: I've since been corrected that there is other software and other ways of doing video chat]. As I started to use it I realized that Android 2.2 (aka froyo) is really mainly designed for cell-phones rather than tablets. It doesn't use the screen space very well, doesn't support split pane gmail, and is incompatible with a number of apps you'd would hope to be able to use on your tablet (although I managed to find others that still did most of what I was looking for, it was a pain--particularly given that it was a new product). I also noticed that although my wifi connection was fairly stable at home, it was extremely unstable with my school's enterprise wifi network--a big deal for me since I had bought it mainly for school use. Still, I figured that as soon as I would be able to upgrade to Android 4.0 (ice cream sandwich), the rest of its functionality would be restored.

Google released the source code for Android 4.0 (ICS) 2 days ago (Monday 11/14/11). I called Le Pan about the wifi issue today and confirmed that it was probably because of the old OS. I asked when I'd be able to upgrade the OS, and they said that their engineering folks were now saying it would be impossible to upgrade, but that they'd be coming out with a new tablet next year that would support it.
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