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The Very Powerful (sadly underrated) Android Tablet....
on October 17, 2011
After using the Mach Speed Trio Droid Tablet for the first two days it would be very remiss of me not to write a review. Out of the box, this is a PHENOMENAL device--for the price, of course. I bought this tablet for $169.99. Mainly to use as an ebook/pdf reader and internet browser, this is a wonderfully surprising tablet!
Why 5 stars?
Despite the cons, this tablet fulfills all my needs and more.
-You get way more than what you pay for:
.The tablet feels wonderful in the hand and it's very light.
.Solid device, build quality is okay but solid nonetheless. (nothing to dance about, more on
.Very responsive, multi-touch. The touchscreen experience is on par with most higher end
.Comes with a camera and microphone! (Not the best quality camera, but considering what I
paid for it, and some of the more expensive tablets (Coby Kyros) come without; that's a
.Display is bright. Gorgeous to look at indoors, manageable outdoors as well.
.Exceptional battery life; runs 4-6 hrs on a full charge.
.Performance:- Excellent! Yet to experience a lag!
.Great at multitasking.
.1080p video playback, supports Flash.
.Come with Android Gingerbread 2.3 and Android Market!!
.2 micro usb ports; expandable storage (up to 32GB) by micro sd card.
.Wifi is great, no unexpected signal drops.
.No major cons!!
.Build quality could be better, frame seems kinda loose and difficulty experienced plugging
in the charger and headphones; but after a while it becomes easier. *Hardly a deterrent*
.Pretty unknown tablet. No forum support.(only a con if heavy tweaking is your thing)
All in all, this tablet is very powerful and gets the job done. For the price it outshines the majority of tablets in the $150-$250 price range. I have no qualms recommending this to anyone looking for a 'budget' device as it is very comparable to the Samsung Galaxy Tab and iPad 2.