Looking for a TABLET...NEED SERIOUS SUGGESTIONS...!!

volcano619

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I'm looking for a CHEAP tablet PC.....!!7"/10" Doesn't matter....Should be reasonable......Please give me some serious suggestions....i don't want Ipad or something.....im not a richy rich guy...!!I would love to see some online deals(Discount/Offers)....!!I saw one(Ebay) called ''iberry BT10/BT07"...IS THIS ANY GOOD..??Thanks and regards..... :)
 

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Almost all good tablets are just as expensive as the ipad(wifi only). what are your requirements? if you can source an ipad from the US or SG, it will be the cheapest option.
 

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I don't have any particular specs for my tablet....
And for the sourcing thing....if i could do that...i would have done that already....thats the sad part as of now...i don't have anyone...!!..i've got someone in France...but thats very symmetric to our price...!!
I saw one in ebay....called "iberry BT07"
IT HAS A 1.2 gigs of processor
android gingerbread
512MB ddr2
4gb internal storage(expandable upto 32GB),capacitive touch(thats obvious),1080p playback(big surprise),7" display
Costs at 7K (INR)
Seems like a nice deal to me :) ....What do you say guys...??
New iberry BT07 Tablet PC 1.2GHz HD 1080p 512MB HDMI WiFi Music 1 Year MFG Wrnty | eBay
 


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Dont go near chinese tablets.Reliance tab @ 12500+ is also no good.In USA wifi only models with 8 gb/16gb/32 gb are available at attractive prices ($180 deal finished. $230-250 ones will cost you say $12-13k delivered (but service sticky!)if you are lucky.with 3 G -Iam yet to see any cheap deals even in USA. ( 3G tabs are mostly bundled with contract with uS carrier )
 

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Saw some reviews of iberry....customers were satisfied by the low-cost-widget....1080p still blows up my mind...!!Well...does someone know any deals going on...???Like the Dell streak one...???...That really was a good one....!!And i quote ''like any online shopping website''...!??
 

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1080p on such a small screen isn't even distinguishable from 720p. Besides, most 1080p movies will be 7+ GBs. I'm pretty sure these chinese tablets will have the worst usb transfer speeds. better get akash for 2k, rather than wasting money on these chinese tabs.
 


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Saw some reviews of iberry....customers were satisfied by the low-cost-widget....1080p still blows up my mind...!!
Well...does someone know any deals going on...???
Like the Dell streak one...???...That really was a good one....!!
And i quote ''like any online shopping website''...!??

All major brands deals are gone I think........... Visit dell streak deal thread and see for yourself there are better deals from corby and some other budget tab co of USA..... Just look for capacitive screen...... Not resistive.
 

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I don't have any particular specs for my tablet....
I saw one in ebay....called "iberry BT07"
IT HAS A 1.2 gigs of processor
android gingerbread
512MB ddr2
4gb internal storage(expandable upto 32GB),capacitive touch(thats obvious),1080p playback(big surprise),7" display
Costs at 7K (INR)
Seems like a nice deal to me :) ....What do you say guys...??
New iberry BT07 Tablet PC 1.2GHz HD 1080p 512MB HDMI WiFi Music 1 Year MFG Wrnty | eBay
Where did you see capacitive touchscreen mentioned? AFAIK it has a Resistive Touchscreen.
 

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Yea...thats my mistake...!!10" version has capacitive touch....!!7" version has resistive one....!! @pa1pa1About the memory for storing HD movies...It supports external HDD,besides i have a 32 GB card....I just want a low budget..good features TAB...Will see corby...if thats any good...!!
 

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Have a look at Asus EEE Pad Transformer TF-101X1. With a keyboard dock, it retails for around 31000.Is anyone aware if the USB port on the keyboard dock can be used to connect through Tata Photon?
 

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