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meh, it is what it is but not what the manufacturer advertises on their site
on October 22, 2013
Well, I was in need of a low-end Android tablet for game development. The specs on this tablet REALLY fits that.
First off with regards to the specs that are listed on triomp3.biz. This is not Jelly Bean but is Ice Cream Sandwich,
which believe it or not is what I'm looking for. Another "false claim" is the non-existent rear facing camera though
there is a front facing camera; I just don't know what the megapixel is on this thing.
Colors are dull-- but hey, what do you expect from hardware that costs ~$100.
What's really bothersome for me is the WiFi. Walk more than 5' from your WiFi transceiver, & the connection is LOST.
Leave it idle & the connection gets dumped. You have to CONSTANTLY RESET the WiFi on this device if you want to
But, if you're developing games/apps for Android devices (specifically ICS), need a low-end tablet for software
benchmarking purposes; or want to give a tablet for your little kid without breaking the bank, then this should
do the job-- just don't expect to install Instagram on it.
I had to exchange the original product to the store where I bought it from. A little over a month, the power button broke. I could never get a hold of anyone from triomp3.com (new website). I was almost stuck with a broken device had I not bothered the store manager about exchanging this tablet.
I wish TrioMP3's customer support is a lot more supportive.