|Screen Size||7 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||800 x 480 pixels|
|RAM||256 MB DDR2|
|Hard Drive||2 GB|
|Wireless Type||802.11 B/G|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||6 hours|
Sylvania SYTAB10MT 10-Inch Magni Tablet (Black)
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The Sylvania 10" Tablet will allow you to surf the net anywhere and anytime. Compact and ultra light with a touch screen that puts all of your web browsing at your fingertips. Your Magni Tablet gives you access to thousands of apps to make your tablet your own. You can also store and view your music, movies and pictures through the tablet's on board micro SD slot. Turn this tablet into the ultimate media player and still surf the web. The system updates feature on this tablet enables you to conveniently update your software so you don't miss a beat. Whenever updates and features are released, update your Magni Tablet so you can keep up with ever changing tech. Installed features include: WiFi, Movie Player, Music Player, E-Book Reader, Picture Viewer, Web Browser, 1.3 Mega Pixel Camera and Calculator. Processor: Arm 11, 1GHz. 10" High Res Screen (800 x 480 pixels). 256MB RAM. 2GB Flash Memory. Micro SD Card(Up to 16GB). 2 Mini USB Slots. HDMI output.
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It does just about everything the more expensive tablets can do, and unless you're planning on using your tablet in an enterprise environment, don't waste your money.
I've had my tablet for more than two months, and I love it. I basically bought it to stream movies or use the internet while on a long road trip for the kids or traveling to one of our companies remote sites.
The movie streamin is EXCELLENT. I use digital copy to compress movies to an average 8GB USB stick (I can fit about 5 to 7 movies on the stick) and it plays extreamly well, without any skips or pauses. It has performed so well that I'm selling the dual in-car dvd system that we previously used on long road trips, and I don't have to bring any DVD's along, just a couple of USB stick.
I brought the unit to work and all of my IT Staff Members were really impressed as we compared it side-by-side with an iPad2. Although the iPad2 had better response times and the transistioning was smoother, the price difference between the two is more than $600.
BTW - 3 IT Members and 2 of the Accounting Staff bought the Sylvania 10 Tablet after the comparision, all are very pleased. One bought the iPad2.
The box states that it is a Mobile Internet Device, and supports the following:
E-reader: Came with The Holy Bible gratis. Easy to use/flip pages. Slightly customizable, (a few typeface sizes, 4 typefaces, flip style)
Wi-Fi: No problems finding networks quickly. Took a few tries to connect and stay that way, but once it did it stayed connected at max strength to my home Network. Have held it by every side and never lost connection. YouTube and other Android compatible streaming sites are just fine, too.
Movie & Music player: Yes. But use headphones if you want good sound on either. I can't really see myself using this for music, I've got an old iPod for that. The resolution is in fact 1024x600, so videos display pretty well.
Touch screen: Probably my biggest gripe. It seems slow to respond, and sometime needs a longer or firmer touch to recognize; and sometimes just a brushed fingertip will select or scroll your page. I read with my fingers, so it's an issue for me (But that's just me and my own problem). Overall, the screen is pretty responsive, and suits my non power-user needs.
Easy link to App Store: Ugh. A pain. Although, the SlideME Marketplace does have a 'sort by' function that pretty is detailed, but I recommend only using the 'Search' function. Or the menu button in the upper right to gain access to the 'Top Rated' and other buttons. That could definitely use some work.
Again, the box states that it is a Mobile Internet Device. Don't expect the world from it, just part of it.
I could not get google's market.android.com to recognize the tablet as an android so couldn't download anything from them. The battery is the weakest link on this tablet. I emailed support about a car charger and agree with other reviewers that support for the tablet leaves something to be desired. They were no help. Since I am on the road a lot, I bought a cigarette lighter inverter for $20 that solves the charging problem on the road.
I see one reviewer who says it doesn't work with your fingers. The included booklet talks about that. You have to use your finger nails not your fingers, but that works fine. And you have to look at the booklet to find the stylus, it's neatly tucked away inside of a corner of the tablet.
All in all, for $185, this is a very good value.
Definitely worth the $180 I paid, be sure to check out Superpad and Flytouch models before you make your choice, they are the same hardware.
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