Micromax Fun Book!!

sarveshmotihari

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Has Anyone used the recently released Micromax Fun Book Tablet? Is it worth buying? :confused:I have read some reviews on the internet and most of them are saying that it is a good tab. Would like to hear from you all. :)
 

dupree

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Don't know about tablets but I had horrible time using my micromax q7 phone. It was repaired twice and finally got a new piece after waiting for 2 months. So I would advice you to stay away from micromax.
 

volcano619

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Funbook has just released..you won't be getting a feedback so soon...But on the contrary you will be getting feedback about VeeDee though...I guess one of our member has a VeeDee.....What about iberry...??VeeDee has got a good Benchmark..thats why i suggested you...Every Company has to make a way through the market after all... :confused:
 

Nishant

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That guy is me. I'm quite happy with the d10, posting this from the same. I would suggest you to have a look at d10e which has better features like true usb ports, no physical buttons in front etc. And why do you need to look for its service centre when they give onsite pick and drop warranty for a year.
 


Nishant

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The screenshots are the same as of any stock ICS build. Here are some pros and cons of my 15 day old Veedee D10, which I felt:

Pros:
1. The UI is quite snappier and there is almost no lag.
2. The Android version is 4.0.3 which is just 1 version lower than the latest. I upgraded to a generic Ployer Momo9c firmware which is even better than the one preloaded with it. I'm sure the update will be officially provided by the vendor.
3. Most of the games which I tried worked without any issues (Angry Birds all versions, Temple Run, The Smurfs Village, Raging Thunder, Where's my water etc.)
4. The touch sensitivity is quite good.
5. I get around 5 hours battery backup with moderate and a bit high usage.
6. The firmware was prerooted and superuser app preloaded, vendor has promised that this will not affect its warranty.
7. Pick and drop onsite warranty for a year.
8. My 3G modem i.e. Huawei E1750 worked fine paired with Tata Docomo worked fine with this tablet.
9. Tablet can be charged with the 5v 2A charger bundled with separate nokia type pin port as well as from the miniUSB port.
10. It played even 1080p mkv videos perfectly fine without any lag or stuttering. It played all the video formats thrown by me.
11. Audio quality is very good, but the bundled earphones sucks. Audio quality is excellent and pretty loud when I plugged my Sennheiser CX300.
12. Dedicated forum for sharing views and issues.

Cons:
1. Overall screen quality is not good, but can't complain for the price I got it for.
2. Viewing angle of the screen and screen resolution is a bit on the negative side, but again can't complain. It really hurts to see the screen after viewing the screen of my Defy+ with 265ppi pixel density.
3. Tablet tends to become a bit hot at the back after using it for a while, though it has not affected the performance in anyway.
4. 3G modem link goes off if the screen goes off, and you will have to unplug and plug it again to get the connectivity. Though there is an easy workaround for this. It may be fixed in the next firmware update.
5. USB port is a miniUSB, so for connecting USB devices you need to use the OTG cable, bundled with the pack.
6. HDMI port is a miniHDMI one, so you will have to use a converter cable which is not bundled with the pack.
7. The physical keys are a bit hard to press and sometimes doesn't register the key presses.
8. The internal speakers is not loud enough, manageable though.

If you still want to see the screenshots, please let me know.
 

sarveshmotihari

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Dec 6, 2011
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The screenshots are the same as of any stock ICS build. Here are some pros and cons of my 15 day old Veedee D10, which I felt:

Pros:
1. The UI is quite snappier and there is almost no lag.
2. The Android version is 4.0.3 which is just 1 version lower than the latest. I upgraded to a generic Ployer Momo9c firmware which is even better than the one preloaded with it. I'm sure the update will be officially provided by the vendor.
3. Most of the games which I tried worked without any issues (Angry Birds all versions, Temple Run, The Smurfs Village, Raging Thunder, Where's my water etc.)
4. The touch sensitivity is quite good.
5. I get around 5 hours battery backup with moderate and a bit high usage.
6. The firmware was prerooted and superuser app preloaded, vendor has promised that this will not affect its warranty.
7. Pick and drop onsite warranty for a year.
8. My 3G modem i.e. Huawei E1750 worked fine paired with Tata Docomo worked fine with this tablet.
9. Tablet can be charged with the 5v 2A charger bundled with separate nokia type pin port as well as from the miniUSB port.
10. It played even 1080p mkv videos perfectly fine without any lag or stuttering. It played all the video formats thrown by me.
11. Audio quality is very good, but the bundled earphones sucks. Audio quality is excellent and pretty loud when I plugged my Sennheiser CX300.
12. Dedicated forum for sharing views and issues.

Cons:
1. Overall screen quality is not good, but can't complain for the price I got it for.
2. Viewing angle of the screen and screen resolution is a bit on the negative side, but again can't complain. It really hurts to see the screen after viewing the screen of my Defy+ with 265ppi pixel density.
3. Tablet tends to become a bit hot at the back after using it for a while, though it has not affected the performance in anyway.
4. 3G modem link goes off if the screen goes off, and you will have to unplug and plug it again to get the connectivity. Though there is an easy workaround for this. It may be fixed in the next firmware update.
5. USB port is a miniUSB, so for connecting USB devices you need to use the OTG cable, bundled with the pack.
6. HDMI port is a miniHDMI one, so you will have to use a converter cable which is not bundled with the pack.
7. The physical keys are a bit hard to press and sometimes doesn't register the key presses.
8. The internal speakers is not loud enough, manageable though.

If you still want to see the screenshots, please let me know.

Ya. Please post some screenshots.