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Best Chinese Tablets for 2017

Updated on June 22, 2017
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Are you interested in buying an Android tablet from China?

Are you interested in a 2017 Chinese Android tablet, but not sure what to buy?

If your answer to this question is yes, then I will hopefully be able to help you with the advice I provide on this hub.

I have been involved in reviewing hand-held devices, including tablets for many years. I have therefore decided to create this hub to make it easier to understand the specifications and the possible pitfalls to look out for. This hub primarily focuses on Chinese produced tablets. I will be providing advice and list my favorites, as well as, allow you to leave me your questions to assist you further.

See the latest tablets from China!

Notice: The July 2017 Edition is available on this page.


July 2017 Edition

This month I am reviewing a budget Lenovo tablet that has been very well received.

July 2017 Edition - a New Budget 10.1 Tablet from Lenovo!

Lenovo TAB-X103F
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Lenovo TAB-X103F
Lenovo TAB-X103F | Source

July 2017 Budget Lenovo 10.1 inch tablet

Lenovo Tab 10 Tablet, 10.1" HD Touchscreen, Qualcomm Quad-core Processor 1.30GHz, 1GB Memory, 16GB Storage, Wifi, Bluetooth, Webcam, Up to 10 hours battery life, Android 6.0 OS
Lenovo Tab 10 Tablet, 10.1" HD Touchscreen, Qualcomm Quad-core Processor 1.30GHz, 1GB Memory, 16GB Storage, Wifi, Bluetooth, Webcam, Up to 10 hours battery life, Android 6.0 OS

The Lenovo TAB-X103F tablet is my choice for this month. It is a budget tablet playing in the big league. It was released in November 2016 in time for Black Friday. The reason this tablet is so popular, is the fact that it is probably the cheapest 10.1 inch tablet from one of the most reputable technology companies. I was very impressed with how sturdy the tablet felt. It compared well with the latest Samsung tablets. Some of the other specifications worth mentioning are the following. It has a very good Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 quad-core APQ8009 processor. The 16 GB storage is quite good for such a cheap tablet. It has a built-in kid’s mode. The battery usage is quite good at about 10 hours run time on a full charge. Overall this tablet is quite good value for money if you are looking for budget tablet with high end specifications.

Specifications:

Screen Size: 10.1 inches

Max Screen Resolution: Full HD (1280 x 800) Display

Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 quad-core APQ8009 processor

Onboard Memory: 1 GB RAM Memory

Storage: 16 GB

Average Battery Life (in hours): 10 hours

 

You can look further down on this hub at the rest of my selection for July 2017.

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General Tablet Information and Advice Area

July 2017 Edition

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What is Android?

Many people, including some companies and sales assistants use the word Android, without actually knowing what they are talking about. See below some important facts about Android:

  • It is an operating system, based on the Linux operating system.
  • The design of it was funded by the Google Corporation.
  • It has been taking the market by storm.
  • It is giving Apple's iOS operating system a run for their money.
  • It is primarily geared towards devices which range from phones to tv set top boxes.
  • Every version is named after a favorite dessert or sweet. e.g Ice Cream Sandwich, Lollipop, KitKat etc.
  • There is a big community of Android developers using various tools to develop Android Apps.
  • Some of the tools currently in use to develop Android Applications are the following: Android Studio, Eclipse with the Android SDK, Visual studio using Xamarin.



Why do I like Android devices?

This is a question that you may also have, if you are reading my hub. So, let me explain where my love for tablets come from. There are so many improvements that has come about, as a result of the investment in hand-held devices. See my list below:

  • Hand-held devices are starting to play an increasingly important role in the area of medicine.
  • Hand-held reading devices has made it possible for many people to be introduced to educational books and classic stories that they would not have had exposure to previously.
  • Hand-held devices are used in day to day outdoor jobs, bringing the office to a place where it would have been impossible in the past.
  • These devices, with the help of the Android operating system, are able to assist one in tracking exercises and fitness levels.
  • it has made the world of the GPS accessible to the man in the street.


My July 2017 Edition Selection

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3 10 HD 10.1 Inch 16 GB Tablet

Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 7-Inch Tablet

Google Nexus 9 Tablet

My Number One for July 2017 - Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3 10 HD 10.1 Inch 16 Tablet

My number one pick for this edition is the Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3 10 HD 10.1 Inch 16 GB Tablet , featuring an unbelievable 18 hours battery life. What makes this tablet unique are the multiple usage modes: Hold, Tilt, Hang and Stand. So "hands-free" got a new meaning when it comes to the Lenovo Yoga.

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You can read the full review higher up in this article in Holiday 2016 / 2017 section.

My Number Two for July 2017 Edition - Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 Tablet

The number two for this edition is the Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 7-Inch Tablet. It is a very affordable tablet that provides quality that you would rather expect from a more expensive device.

Short and Sweet, Good value for money.

 Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 7-Inch Tablet
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For the number two of this month, I've decided to focus on quality and affordability. My candidate for this month is the Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 7-Inch Tablet. My boy has just bought himself this tablet, from his Birthday savings. I've fallen absolutely in love with Lenovo products. (I am typing this months edition on my Lenovo Laptop!) Lenovo quality is still on the up. Their tablets really feel good when you handle it. It is sturdy and solid, with no plastic feel to it. Since the Yoga range of tablets have shown Lenovo's intention to play with the big boys in the tablet market, consumers have been anxiously awaiting for every newly released tablet.


So let us focus on this affordable beauty!

The Lenovo Tab 2 A7-30 has been designed to ensure it is easy to use and hold and not too heavy. It is very thin and has already build up a reputation for the quality of its sound. (Dolby) It has got a very fast Quad Core processor and is running on Android 5. The high resolution display is outstanding for a tablet in this price range.(Under $100).

Another feather in its cap is a quoted average battery life of 8 hours. This is really quite good. The on-board 8 GB storage and 1 GB RAM are also very good for this price range.

Overall this tablet is really something to consider, if you are in the market for an affordable quality device, hence I am listing this tablet in my top 3 for this month.



My Number Three for July 2017 - Google Nexus 9 Tablet

The number three for this edition is the Google Nexus 9 Tablet. It sports some impressive functionality and it has made its mark as one of the most popular, Android 5 (Lollipop) tablets currently available.

What is the latest popular tablet from HTC?

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For number three of this month, I am having a fresh look at another player in the Android tablet arena. In this edition I will have a quick look at one of the most popular Android tablets that has been making some serious waves. The tablet is produced by the well known technology manufacturer HTC. You might be thinking that HTC is not Chinese, but to set the record straight, the company is based in Taiwan. So it is not on the mainland, but the brand has its origins in the Orient.

So let me introduce the number three of this month! For number three, I am focusing on the Google Nexus 9 Tablet, manufactured by HTC.


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The important thing about the Nexus 9 is the size. It has been designed at 8.9 inches to ensure you have a device that is not too big for general use, but also not too small to be practical as an e-book reader, video screen or general work device. The back of the tablet is furthermore fitted with a soft grip to make it easier to hold. It has also been designed to be not too heavy. The overall tablet design is sturdy and it does not come across as being flimsy or plastic.

This tablet is also one of the first Android Lollipop devices on the market.

The tablet sports the latest in tablet audio capabilities, fitted with the latest HTC Boomsound speakers.

A lot of effort went into ensuring the device is responsive under heavy load and it has been fitted with a 64 bit processor. It has 16 GB on board storage and 2 GB RAM.

It has also been fitted with an 8 MP rear camera and a 1.6 MP front camera.

It is important to note that Nexus tablets don't have SD card slots, so this is something to keep in mind if you wanted to store lots of files on your device.

All in all I have been bowled over by this device, in all areas. It is real quality!


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What are the most Important Features that you should be looking out for? - See if these answer some of your questions.

Are you uncertain as to what specifications are crucial to review, when buying a tablet? If the answer is yes, then the below summarized information will be of help.

  1. Screen

    Selecting a tablet with a good screen is critical. Look out for the following words, multi-touch, capacitive, IPS. Steer clear if resistive or tft is mentioned.

  2. Weight and Size

    Remember that a tablet is a hand held device, so it is important to look at the weight. If you look at a 7 inch model then you should not be going for anything heavier than 600g. Tablets bigger than 9.7 inch should not be heavier than 750g.

  3. Battery Life

    Battery strength from 5000 mAh upwards is desired.

Previous Editions

Holiday 2016/2017 Edition

Holiday Edition - a New Ice Cool Tablet from Lenovo!

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 3
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All the Modes
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Autumn / Winter has arrived and with a fresh climate being experienced in nature, I thought it might be a good idea to look at some new innovations on the tablet front. Lenovo has released an updated version to their very popular Yoga range. The Yoga range became popular due to the addition of a balance extention that provided various positions to place the tablet, making it easier to read or watch content on the screen. Lenovo has now released their latest Yoga tablet, the Yoga 3. The Yoga has got all the placement settings of previous models, as well as a new setting that allows for the tablet to hang. The tablet specifications have also been updated with the most impressive specification, the 18 hour battery life, as well as a 180 degree rotatable 8 MP camera.

The Yoga 3 has got a crisp and clear HD display, which I found perfect for browsing the web, reading my e-books, as well as, playing my favorite game, Clash of Clans!

Overall I've been extremely impressed with this tablet. You can read more about the specifications lower down on this hub.




Early to Mid Year Edition 2016

Welcome to a new year with new exciting technologies to look forward to. As usual the year kicked off with the big Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas from 6 to 9 January. For this short edition I will quickly focus on the latest tablet from Huawei announced at the show.

Huawei announced the Huawei MediaPad M2 10.0 at the show, which from all reports is going to be very popular. The features which have caught my eye are the following: This tablet has got 4 speakers which is a first for a tablet. There is enhanced security with a new generation fingerprint scanner that will ensure your information is kept secure. The tablet comes with a stylus that complements the new enhanced touch screen. The premium edition of the tablet has 64 GB on board memory which is going to be very handy. The tablet has got quad-core 2.0 GHz Cortex A53 CPU which provides ample processing power. The weight for such a big tablet is also quite good as it only weighs 500 grams. The 10.1 inch IPS screen is of exceptional quality with images looking crisp and clear. Both cameras on the tablet 13 MP and 5 MP take quality shots. The battery life is reported to be also very good. The tablet is only 7.35 mm thin with a sturdy metallic casing. Overall this tablet is very good quality and will be worth every penny spend on it. The price will be in the 400 EUR price group.

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2015 Editions

January / February 2015 Edition: ASUS a Taiwanese manufacturer, but still Chinese.

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With the dawn of 2015 and the 2015 International CES Exibition in Las Vegas a thing of the past, I've decided to extend the focus of this hub including reviews of Taiwanese manufactured tablets. The Taiwanese technology industry has had a head start over their mainland cousins and has definitely got a more developed after care and support infrastructure.

This month I've decided to focus on the ASUS Corporation and especially on the 16 GB, 7 inch ASUS MeMO Pad. The exact model number is ME170CX. This tablet is one of the few 16 GB, Intel dual core tablets available for under $100.

One of the main features of this 7 inch tablet is its compact design at 4.3 inch wide, allowing for easy storage in handbags or satchels. It only weighs 0.63 pounds!


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The ME170CX also sports a new ASUS designed Android Launcher called ZenUI that has been quite popular. ZenUI has been designed to embrace intuitive usage and ensures that the most important applications are at your fingertips.

With 16 GB storage and 64 GB extension capabilities, there is enough room for many photos and documents on this tablet. I've been quite impressed with the new camera technology on this tablet that even caters for a "selfie" mode. The 1.2 GHz ME170CX is one of the entry level models, with the top of the range 8 inch model ME181C, sporting a Quad Core processor.

There has been some very positive verified customer reviews of this tablet and I therefore feel quite comfortable to also add my voice to the choir praise singers of this very well designed tablet.

Please check further down on this hub for more info about this tablet.

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2014 Editions

December Holiday 2014 Edition: Looking for a budget tablet as a Christmas present?

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Christmas 2014 is upon us and most of us are busy finalizing our gift lists. Black Friday has come and gone and the stats show an 11% drop in sales this year. Most first world economies are struggling and consumers are really making doubly sure that they get the best price for what they are buying. This is no different when it comes to tablets. As the Chinese technology has matured further in 2014, I've decided to have a quick look at budget tablets from China, that will make good gifts for this Christmas season.

My first choice as a value for money tablet is the iRulu 7 inch tablet. This tablet has got a 4 star review from Amazon customers and has got a very good price for the functionality available. See below for some of the functionality:

  • CPU Processor: Allwinner A23 (2x1.5GHZ)
  • Operating System:Google Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean
  • Resolution: 800*480
  • RAM: 512 MB DDR3
  • Storage:16 GB
  • Battery: 3.7V 3000mAh

Please see further below for more details about this tablet.

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For the first time in quite some time I am including an a tablet exclusively for kids as well, namely the iRulu Y1 Kids Dual Core Google Android Tablet. This is tablet has specifically designed with kids in mind and comes with some pre installed Android applications for kids. Please see below a summary of some of the features:

  • CPU Processor: Dual Core 1.2 GHz
  • Operating System: Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean
  • Resolution: 800*480
  • RAM: 512 MB DDR3 SDRAM
  • Storage:16 GB
  • Battery: 2400 mAh

Please see further below for more details about this tablet.

You can read further on this page about my Top 5 selection for December 2014. Please leave questions and comments at the bottom of this page. Enjoy this months information and may you have a blessed Holiday.

November 2014 Edition: Is the 7 inch Chuwi VX3 any good?

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This month, we are having a quick look at the 7 inch Chuwi VX3. See below a quick summary to facilitate the detail I provide further down:

  • CPU: MTK6592, 28NM Cortex A7, Octa Core 1.7 Ghz
  • Operating System: Android 4.4.2
  • Memory: 2GB
  • Storage: 16GB
  • Screen: 7.0 inch IPS capacitive touch screen(5-point)
  • Screen resolution: 1920 x 1200 Pixel
  • Camera: camera: 2.0 Mps and Back camera: 8.0 Mps
  • Battery: 1 Li-polymer 3.7V / 3000mAh battery
  • Weight: 256g

The Chuwi VX3 is also one of the new generation Octa-Core devices coming from the east. It is fitted with a Mediatek MTK6592, 28NM Cortex A7 octa core processor, that provides light speed performance. It has got only 16 GB on board storage, which in my opinion is too little if you are planning to make full use of the Android App store. Ideally 32 GB, would have been more desired. The 2 GB RAM is definitely enough for normal usage. The general opinion is that the 8 Mps back camera and 2 Mps front camera are sufficient for normal use. There has been some complaints however about the 3.7V / 3000mAh battery that doesn't offer the same level of battery life than what the opposition manufacturers offer. The Chuwi is loaded with the latest Android KitKat (4.4.2).

All in all, the Chuwi VX3 have got very good display, good performance and the latest operating system, it however has got an average battery life, which is something that any prospective purchaser, must keep in mind.

You can review my top picks for November 2014 lower down on this Hub.

October 2014 Edition: Short Review of the Xiaomi MiPad

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The month of October is upon us. This month I am briefly focusing on the Xiaomi MiPad tablet which had quite an impact, when it was released in July. Xiaomi is known as the "The Apple of China" and its first tablet to be released, do resemble the iPad quite closely. This astonishingly as it may seem, have actually worked in Xiaomi's favor. Their products, especially mobile phones are very popular due to the quality and price. So without further a do, let us have a look at the 7.9 inch MiPad. The outer casing feels sturdy, although it does have a "plastic" look. This however does not distract too much, from the actual power hidden inside!

This tablet is packed with quality specifications. It is the first mobile device to sport the new Tegra K1 chip-set, rated the fastest for mobile computing.The Quad core processor deliver processing speeds up to 2.2 GHz, which is enough for a frustrating free user experience. It is loaded with the latest Android 4.4 or commonly called Kitkat. The 6700 mAh battery does provide good usage life. Storage can be extended to 128 GB, enough for a lot of music and movies. It also has an 8 MP back camera and a 5 MP front camera. Overall the Xiaomi MiPad is a good example of the cutting edge technology currently available in China.



September 2014 Edition: The Octa Core Processor is the Flavor of the Month.

Octa Core PiPO T9
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September is here and this month, I will have a brief look at the new Octa Core PiPO T9 which features the Mediatek MTK 65892 Cortex A7, 1.7GHz, Octa-core processor. This Processor provides the necessary processing power to allow for a great user experience. The T9 has been fitted with two cameras, a 13 MP auto-focus camera at the back of the device and a 2 MP camera at the front. The guys at PiPO has also put a powerful battery (7300 mAh) in this 8.9 inch device. So all in all, this item is definitely one that you should be looking out for. From a popularity point of view, PiPO is pipping (no pun intended) Lenovo at the moment. The new sporty Foneso tablets have also been quite popular.

Each month, I create a list of my top four favorite tablets, which you can read about further down this Hub.


More Chinese Tablet Reviews

Compare the new Lenovo IdeaTab A8-50 8-Inch with the ASUS MeMO Pad ME181C-A1-BK 8-Inch.

Comparison:Lenovo IdeaTab A8-50 8-Inch vs. ASUS MeMO Pad ME181C

Model
Lenovo IdeaTab A8-50
ASUS MeMO Pad ME181C
CPU
MediaTek MTK 8121 1.3 GHz
Intel Atom quad-core processor 1.33 GHz
GPU
Integrated
Intel HD Graphics
OS
Android 4.2.2
Android 4.4 KitKat
RAM
1 GB
1 GB
Internal storage capacity
16GB
16 GB
External storage
microSD(TF) up to 32GB
microSD (TF) up to 64 GB
Screen
8 inch Capacitive 1200 x 800
8 inch Capacitive IPS 1280x800
Front camera
2 Mp
2 Mp
Back camera
5.0 Mp
5.0 Mp
Wi-Fi
802.11 b/g/n
802.11 b/g/n
External 3G
YES
YES
Battery Type
4000 mAh(tbc)
4000 mAh
Battery / Run Time (up to)
8 hours
9 hours
Product weight
360g
320g

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      Leon Bezuidenhout 7 months ago

      Hello I do agree with you about Lenova being a good choice. One thing I like to ask is, I would like to buy a new Tablet but I would like one with an extra slot in for a sim card. I would like it to be a phone and tablet.

      Can you recommend one for me please.

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      Joe 8 months ago

      We cant vote for all the tablets in this review, the poll is rigged..lol.. I have a Nexus 9 and I would totally vote for it..

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      ogrote 14 months ago

      Hi Ken

      I am not sure at this stage, but will try and find out.

      Regards

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      Ken 14 months ago

      Will there be a Chinese version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro S coming soon?

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @felipe-diaz-a: Hi Felipe

      The Ramos i10 is a fairly good tablet with a quad core processor and 32 GB storage. The model that I was looking at also have got dual O/S (Android and Windows). I however do think it is quite expensive. What is the budget that you can spend as there might be a couple of cheaper options?

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      felipe-diaz-a 3 years ago

      Hi, i came from a voyo a15, excellent performance but horrible software and hardware quality overall. It just stop working the touch screen. I try updating the firm but didn't fix it, son I was told by the store I buy it that I need to buy a new panel. I'm in between that or buy a whole new tablet. Any recommendations similar to voyo a15 in performance?.

      is the ramos i10 pro as soft as the voyo on the user exerience. I'm interested in this tablet, but I think is as expensive as other famous brand like acer, lenovo, asus, etc. What can you tell me about this device?.

      Thanks!

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @pajh: Hi pajh

      The Ramos K100 will be released by the end of July in China. The only major difference with the Pipo T9 is the size. The K100 is a 10.1 inch tablet while the T9 is 8.9 inches. Both are 3G devices as well. Both quality devices.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      pajh 3 years ago

      Do you know if the Ramos K100 has been released yet? And how does it compare in specs to the Pipo T9 ?

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      0utsky 3 years ago

      I'm a bit confused with your site, blog, whatever! :) I click the link "best 2014 android tablets under 200$ but i don't really see a list of tablets but the PiPo tablet which isn't under 200$ how does the site work? Should i log in to see the content? i'll try that, but maybe i'm doing something else wrong? :p

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @howie2506: Hi Howie2506

      Apologies for the slight delay in answering your question. Yes, the T9 is one of the best tablets currently available. You can also read about the new Xiaomi Mipad which has made some waves since its release in China. The Onda V975M is also a good tablet with a cheaper price tag.

      Have a nice day.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Androids Tablets"

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      howie2506 3 years ago

      What is currently the best tablet from China? Is it the Pipo T9?

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @rksthakur: Hi rksthakur

      I had a look at the Onda V975i and I've been very much impressed. I've been an Onda fan for a while now. I don't think you can go wrong from a price and quality point of view. To be safe, make sure that you understand the return policy from the shop / web site from where you purchase the tablet.

      Great tablet with good Intel chip.

      Enjoy!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      rksthakur 3 years ago

      looking for a 10 inch tablet. recommend me few best model to have from china. what is your opinion about Onda V975i?

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @ot0th3z: Hi

      The price range is around the $150. Do you have any makes that you are quite keen on? There are some great Lenovo tablets for around the $150 mark.

      I like the Lenovo Ideatab A1000 7-Inch 8GB Tablet.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

      P.S. Apologies - it seems your question got lost in the woodwork. I assume you have made a purchase already.

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @christina-rigglemartin: Hi Christina

      The Ainol MTK8312 is a fairly new released tablet. I haven't seen any major complaints from customers. It is however important to know for what you want to use the tablet for. If it is for playing games, read ebooks and watching movies then it should be fine. It is not a top of the range tablet, but you will get a good quality tablet for the price.

      Here are some highlights of its specifications:

      Android 4.2 OS

      7 inch 1024*600 capacitive touch screen

      MTK8312 Dual Core 1.2GHz

      512MB DDR3 RAM and 8GB NAND FLASH ROM

      Support Bluetooth/GPS/3G function

      Support GSM 850/900/1800/1900, WCDMA 2100

      Front 0.3MP + Rear 2.0MP camera

      I hope this info was helpful.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Tablets"

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      christina-rigglemartin 3 years ago

      is the Ainol MTK8312 any good?

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      chozin1 3 years ago

      What Chinese tablets are comparable to the U.S. Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4 inch ?

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      ebasketballshoes 3 years ago

      The products also great, China also has great technology products!

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      MartinTim 3 years ago

      I All of these products look quite interesting and reliable. I personally liked the lenovo ideatab and yoga tablets quite much. They have an impressive hardware, and an even impressive performance. Plus lenovo is a huge brand too.

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      ot0th3z 3 years ago

      @ogrote: What would you recommend around that price range?

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @ot0th3z: Hi ot0th3z

      I have to apologize for the delay. I had a look at the ampe a85 and it is a fairly decent tablet. The 1 Gig memory is very good. It also has 8 Gig nand flash(storage capacity) which is sufficient for general use. It is important to understand that this is not a top of the range tablet, but it has in general very good specifications. The 4000 mAh battery strength is also good. There has been comment made that the tablet can be slow from time to time, but this might be related to a lot of processes running at the same time.

      In summary this tablet has got lots of positive reviews on the web and as such there are many happy customers.

      The only thing is to compare the price vs. what other tablets you can get for the same price - that could have better specifications.

      Apologies again for the delay.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ot0th3z 3 years ago

      @ogrote: Thanks. Let me know what you think.

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      ot0th3z 3 years ago

      @ogrote: Awesome! Thanks.

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @ot0th3z: Hi

      Just to confirm that I have received your question and will be answering shortly. Apologies for the delay,

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ot0th3z 3 years ago

      what about the ampe a85?

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @english-plus-775: Hi english-plus-775

      The Captain range is one of the latest ranges to be released by Ainol. It is definitely better than the Hero range and come in 8 GB and 16 GB versions. The most outstanding aspect of this range is the battery quality - +- 10000 mAh. This is on par with the iPad. So all in all I can't fault this tablet on specifications. The important thing is to keep your eyes open for negative reviews. I haven't seen anything eye glaringly negative so far. The reviews sometimes needs to be reviewed in context, but all in all this looks like a good piece of technology!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @Michael_Man: Hi Michael

      Apologies for the delay in replying. I've reviewed these tablets as well and they are all very similar. I do however favour the Pipo more due to the fact that it has got the more sturdy casing.

      Price wise the Cube is the cheapest, followed by the iFive X2 and then the Pipo being the most expensive. I've also checked battery life and they all seem to be on par.

      My vote goes to the Pipo!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      english-plus-775 3 years ago

      hi, Please tell me is this Ainol NOVO10 Captain Quad Core 10.1" Android 4.2 Tablet PC w/ 2GB RAM, a good tablet to buy.

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @Michael_Man: Hi Michael_Man

      I am confirming receipt of your question. Apologies for the delay. I will be providing more feedback tomorrow.

      Apologies.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Tablets"

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      Michael_Man 3 years ago

      Hi,

      I've got 3 tablets on my mind al three are almost 9 inch FHD and has the same specs(cpu, gpu):

      Pipo M7Pro

      Cube U39GT

      iFive X2

      But i'm still not sure which one is the best(allrounder)

      Do you have any advise or do you know better 8 to 9 inch tablets?

      Thank you in advance!

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      Gadgetlesstech 3 years ago

      Very nice lens. Well put together and list all of my favorites except the Ramos brand. Mediatek will surely bring Chinese smart phones and tablets to forefront in 2014.

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @fvaldivial: Hi Fvaldival

      Thanks for the question.

      The Teclast P89 Mini is quite a new tablet still. It has a dual core Intel Z2580 processor. I would just wait a bit for web reviews to start appearing before buying. I can't see anything negative at this stage. Teclast is also a fairly reputable make.

      Are there any other makes you are interested in?

      Best Regards

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      fvaldivial 3 years ago

      Hi

      What would you say about the Teclast P89 mini? It has an oustanding processor apparently, but I don't see any reviews in the webs, and I would thought such a powerful tablet would have a lot of acclaim but nothing... Should I buy it or seek for another options?

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Desh

      Thanks for the kind words. I have to admit that I don't know too much about Wintouch Q75. I've reviewed the specs and it does look like an entry level tablet that should provide fairly accepted quality and user experience. I am almost 100% sure that it is assembled in China and not Dubia, but I might be wrong. If you can I would advise that you don't buy this tablet online, but at a real shop where you can ask the sales assistant to demonstrate the tablet and if you can give it a test run. You will know if it is the right tablet for you when you have a real look at it. Don't expect Samsung quality - but for the price - it might ve worth it.

      Go well.

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @ogrote: Thnx you for the answer!

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      @ogrote: Thnx you for the answer!

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      First of all I must thank for the information that you have shared with us.I'm also interest in buying Chinese tab. But Here in Sri Lanka mostly available brand is Wintouch Q75 tab (sellers say that it is made in china and assembled in Dubai).It is rear to find Yuando, Telcast, Ainol, Onda here.. Is it ok If i go to Wintouch Q75 one >>>

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Zafar

      Thanks for your question.

      Can you tell me a bit more about your tablet first. The make - as well as what do you mean when you say loose display. Has then screen come loose from the casing?

      Best Regards

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Jotin

      Thanks for your question. You have listed 3 of the best tablets on offer currently. I will be adding these to this site in the next couple of days as well! :)

      On the question on which is the best I would rate Onda first, based on track record and then Jxd and then Pipo.

      Jxd has got the best battery -which is very important.

      I haven't really dealt too much with Jxd, but has seen very positive reviews about Onda. There has been complaints about the screen of the Pipo coming loose.

      Onda all the way for me!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Tablets"

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      I bought a Chineese tablet few months back, having charging connectivity problem , showed to some technician, which solved but after that loose display, as per technician every thing seem to fine , please tell solution, really oblige & Thanks.

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      Hi,

      Thanks for this page!. Can u help me between this 3 tablets please:

      1) Pipo Max m9

      2) Jxd s908

      3) ONDA V973

      Which one is the best for u? Really thnx and have a nice day sir!.

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      ogrote 3 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Vicfal

      Thanks for your questions. All four of these tables will be fine for your needs, however number 2, the Onda V812, is my front runner. Onda is a fairly reputable brand and it also has got the best camera and IPS screen. The one thing to take into account is the fact that you will need access to WIFI point to surf the web with the ONDA , so number 4 ( the PIPO Max M5) which include a sim card slot will ensure that you can browse the web on a 3g network - no need for WIFI.

      Ployer and PIPO are also good makes, but there has recently been a report looking at the impact of local Chinese brands on iPad sales in China and ONDA was mentioned as a brand taking a bit of the market share away from Apple!

      Onda for me!

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 3 years ago

      Hi,

      First of all thanks for your website. It was really helpful!! I am looking for a budget tablet around $140 to use for surfing the web, reading and playing the occasional game. I came across these three tablets:

      1)8" Ployer MOMO18 Quad Core A31S 1.2GHz Android 4.1 Tablet PC 2GB RAM 16GB WIFI

      2)8" Onda V812 Quad Core A31 1.5GHz Android 4.1 Tablet PC 16GB 2GB RAM WIFI IPS

      3)PIPO S2 8" Dual Core Rockchip RK3066 1.6GHz Android 4.1 Tablet PC Bluetooth HDMI

      4)8" PiPO MAX M5 3G Dual Core A9 1.6GHz Android 4.1 Tablet PC 16GB WIFI Phone IPS

      Which do you think is the best out of these 4? It would really help if you would give me your opinion as I am confused as to which to choose!! Thanks

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi mrkeno

      Sorry for the delay in responding.

      I haven't had a lot of exposure to the Hummingbird. It is however a very well designed tablet with the best battery of the three tablets mentioned. It also has in my opinion the most accessories for the price. I specifically like the keyboard. I however must also mention that the PIPO and RAMOS have got for example better cameras. I've had more exposure to the PIPO over the past couple of months. These are however all three good tablets. I'd probably go for the Hummingbird due to the battery life and the keyboard!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi there,

      Many thanks for your input on the current wave of chinese tablets doing the rounds. Its been very enlighning and educational. I would like to get your views on the following tablet as spec wise it looks great. Its a HUMMINGBIRD PX103 - 10 INCH TRANSFORMER STYLE TABLET WITH SNAP-CASE COVER - KEYBOARD COMBO - QUAD CORE - 1280X800 HD DISPLAY -

      BLUETOOTH. It would be good to get your thoughts as I've been to get some real insight into this particular tabllet.

      Also are you aware of the following tablets and have you any thoughts on them.

      PIPO U8 Quad Core RK3188 1.6GHz 7.9 Inch IPS 16GB Android 4.2 Tablet

      Ramos-x10-pro-mini-3g-edition

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Neil

      Thanks for the question. I personally have always liked Ployer. I however had a good look at the Pipo S2, as well as, Pipo as a company and it seems to be on par with Ployer, if not more innovative. (They even have got a 13.3 inch tablet now).

      The customer reviews for both companies looks to be quite fine.

      One thing that I have noticed is the battery of the Pipo looks to be a better spec'd one - so that means better battery life. I will go for the Pipo if it was my choice!

      Hope this helped.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi again,

      I'm still looking at different options with regard to an 8inch (4:3 ratio) tablet at a budget price. On amazon there seem two good options...the Pipo S2 or the Ployer momo8. Do you have any thoughts regarding these two tablets. Specs look similar, I'm wondering if one has the edge over the other, company reputation, customer service etc. I'm not looking at doing any high end gaming just something to watch videos, check emails, surf the net etc. Your thoughts are very much appreciated.

      Many thanks,

      Neil

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Gillas

      Apologies for not yet responding. Will respond in the next couple of days.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I have found the Cube U30GT IPS 10.1" Quad-Core 1.8GHz Android 4.41.1 Jellybean Tablet (32GB)

      with the following specs

      A9 RK3188 / 2GB RAM / Bluetooth + WiFi + 3G / MALI400 MP4 GPU / HDMI

      the cost 156.50 !

      From fasttech

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      there seems to be no mention of the Cube tablets I am currently split between the Cube U30gt2 and the Pipo m6 max - any thoughts

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: answered

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi GLeison

      Thanks for the questions.

      All three tablets have got IPS screens and Quad Core Processors.(The PIPO has got the best CPU in my opinion - Rockchip RK3188 Cortex-A9 Quad-core 1.6GHz)

      The PIPO and Onda has got the better processor combination for game play and general tablet tasks, while most reviews show that the Ainol is the best for videos etc. The Ainol has also got very good battery life.

      I've put some more detail below focusing specifically on Onda and Ainol.

      The Ainol Novo has got an IPS screen (similar to the iPad Retina screen) and a resolution of 1280*800, while the Onda also has got an IPS screen, but a resolution of 1024*600. So on that front the Ainol has got the better specifications. We however should look at the CPU and GPU (Graphics Processor) as well - so let's see:

      Ainol CPU = Quad Core Atm7029 1.5 GHz and Onda CPU = Quad Core Allwinner A31s 1.0Ghz.

      Ainol GPU =GC1000+ and Onda GPU = PowerVR SGX 544

      The general consensus on the web is that the PowerVR SGX 544 unit is better than the GC1000+ unit for normal tablet usage and game play. The GC1000+ unit is however better when it comes to watching video etc. So if watching video's is one of your main criteria then the Ainol is the better option.

      Just a final point as well and that relates to Battery life - very important when it comes to tablets - The Ainol is the better option. One of the tablet reviewer managed about 7 hours watching a 720P quality movie at 30% display brightness, 50% speaker volume, Wifi off. That is a very good stat.

      Ainol and Onda are both Chinese tablets that have been around for a while and that possibly has got a better track record than some of the others.

      I would go with the Ainol - for the purposes you require.

      If you look for a tablet that is an all rounder from a balanced specification point of view I'd go with Onda.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi

      Which of theses tablets are best for videos, films,youtube ,browsing the net and principally streaming from XBMC?

      also which one have the best most vivid screen and smooth browsing performance?

      -Ainol Novo7 Venus

      -Onda V711s ARM-A7

      -PIPO S1 Pro

      Cheers

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi

      im most looking for a tablet for videos,youtube and mainly XBMC, which of theses 3 tablets would be most suitable and which has the sharpest and most vivid screen and most smooth performance?

      -PIPO S1 Pro

      -Onda V711s ARM-A7

      -Ainol Novo7 Venus

      cheers

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi George

      Thanks for the question. I had a look and it looks like a fairly good choice with good specifications and some good reviews from current owners. I however haven't been into too much contact with this make of tablet, so I am a bit unsure about the manufacturers track record.

      If you look at specifications only, then this is a good tablet.

      I hope this was of help.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      is cube u23gt quad core a good choice?

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Neil

      Apologies for the delay in replying. I would probably rate Onda number 1 then Ainol and then Chuwi. The Onda and Chuwi seems to have better batteries, which is quite important when it comes to tablets. The onda seems to have the all round better specifications.

      However Ainol is one of the better Chinese manufacturers with a more Western approach in doing things, so you probably can't go wrong with their tablets.

      I hope this helped.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: Hi again,

      Thanks for your thoughts on the Onda v812, I will continue to do research on this tablet. Another tablet on Amazon with a fair price is the Ainol Novo 8 Discovery (find). The specs look good, how would this compare with the Onda or the Chuwi? Are these tablets at this price bracket all very similar or are there companies that you would be more inclined to trust or recommend based on having a more reliable reputation? I really do appreciate you feedback and thoughts.

      Kind regards,

      Neil

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Neil

      Good to hear from you again.

      If you are interested in a Chinese tablet specifically, then the Onda V812 8-Inch at $169.46 has got all your requirements.

      You can read more about it on this page at https://turbofuture.com/consumer-electronics/best-...

      I will look further for you as well.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi again,

      Thanks for your comments on the Chuwi v88 tablet, the comments are very helpful. As you have good experience in tablets, please could you tell me what 7'9 - 8 inch tablet with 16gb storage and minimum 2gb RAM you would recommend? My budget would be under $200. I think having a recommendation would be helpful to others as sometimes it gets very confusing with so many tablets out there in the marketplace! Your advice is very much appreciated.

      Neil

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Neil

      I've included this tablet especially for you in my list of hot picks for this week. Go to Hot Pick 4 on this page. I've given some background info on the company and also an Amazon link where you can see the specifications. It looks like a very attractive tablet. Battery quality looks fairly good and it has got an IPS (Retina) screen - similar to the iPad. I haven't actually been in contact with this make, but the information about the company and the tablet looks quite good.

      I will investigate further and will report back tomorrow , if I find anything worthwhile.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi,

      I've been considering the Chuwi v88 tablet 16gb 2gb RAM...Do you have any helpful information regarding this tablet /company?

      Many thanks,

      Neil

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Victor Lee

      Good to hear from you again! I am finding out for you. Will be doing some tests and will let you know!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      thanks for reply. May i know if I can off the tablet screen while hdmi ? I saw some tablets in demo years ago, the screen is off to save power while hdmi, are china tablets have these features ? thanks.

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Ceus

      Yes - they are definately also quite good. I will be adding the Pipo M8 to my product list.

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      PiPO tablets are awesome too,especially their newest tablet Pipo M6,it is a low cost but has high performance.I really love all their tablets

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: may I know the answers ?

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Victor

      This message is just confirm that I have received your question. I'll provide an answer in the next couple of hours.

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hdmi Connection - may I know when I connect to hdmi port to output to TV or exteral monitor :

      1. Can I turn off the tablet screen to save power ?

      2. Can I connect to AC power in so that it won't run out the battery ?

      3. If I connect to OTG with wireless keyboard and mouse, will it act like a desktop PC ? Any issues here ?

      Thank you experts

      sincerely Victor

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Victor

      I think that the issue might be more related to lower quality components that might be used with the very cheap Chinese tablets. The majority of Chinese tablets have got an acceptable Wifi reach.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Wifi issue - A lot people say, some chinese tablets poor in Wifi, cos, the back casing is metal. Wtf, Ipad back casing also made of metal, but, never heard of wifi issue.. So, what is the problem ?

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracy

      Yes you are correct. I have however seen that fully charged tablets - plugged in - will not charge when you use it while plugged in - until it reach a threshold - when it will start charging. Your explanation is however perfect. Thanks for the feedback.

      Please pass more questions through - you are also free to answer questions from other readers - if you feel you have some info that might be worthwhile.

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: I don't think it runs out of battery when plug in, tablet pc system is like car battery system, the external plug in source will supply electricity when plug in, while same time partially charging the battery. when battery is full, it will work solely on the tablet only. Unless, if the charger is not powerful enough, then, only the power draw will be from the battery when plug in.

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: I've had to do some research on this one and it seems the battery is a pre requisite for most Android devices - so device minus battery - means dead device!

      Not sure if it answers your question.

      Please keep rolling in those questions!

      Best regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      Hi Victor

      My understanding is that your assumption is correct however - it actually does run of the battery although still plugged in - so it will stop charging at 100% charged and then will use the battery until it reach the a value threshold set for charging to start again - usually 95%. It is not really the charger that controls it - rather the software.

      Hope that helps.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Amy

      On question (1) yes - but it will probably start charging again once the battery reach 95% etc..

      (2) I think it is fine to use while busy charging.

      (3) This is just a precautionary measure.

      Most Chinese tablets have got 12V 2A chargers - but it is not universal - you will need to look at the specifications of the tablet you are reviewing.

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: I have one question, all the while for smart phone and tablet PC, does the 240V AC/DC electric source ever provide power to the device or only used for charging the battery only ? why when I take out the battery and plug in, the device won't power on ? thanks

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: Thanks Ogrote for your expert answers.. So, basically,

      1) when fully charged 100%, can plug in and USE the tablet.

      2) when still charging, DO NOT USE the tablet.

      3) If even fully charged 100%, when plug in and use, the tablet turns unusual very hot, means charger

      problem, so, not suitable for plug in and play.

      Am I right ?

      Another question is : are most Chinese tablet 9.7" using 12V 2A charger ? Is it device specific or universal ? ( if the plug hole can fit )

      Thanks again Expert.

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracy

      I don't personally sell tablets. I'll promote tablets which I feel does add value and which looks like a good buy - primarily through Amazon and eBay - but that in itself might be a problem depending on your location - if you are in the U.S.,U.K or any other country with an Amazon outlet - it is best to work through an Amazon verified supplier. If you are in the East then it might be worthwhile to work through suppliers like Chinavasion or similar companies who have build up a very good reputation internationally.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Amy

      Thanks for the question. Very good question indeed. There are two schools of thought on this one.

      1) The OS (Android ICS for example) know when the battery is fully charged and usually stops charging the device once the 100% charge has been reached and it should for all practical reasons be safe to use the tablet then when still plugged in. I've seen this personally with my Samsung Galaxy phone and with most tablets I've used.

      2) The battery chargers of most of the cheaper tablet makes are fairly cheap pieces of electronics and such can be an unstable power supply - so you could get the risk of a surge frying your tablet! :)

      I would go with (1) - but I do think you need to monitor the situation. If you see the tablet is getting quite hot, post it being fully charged, I'll unplug it from the power source.

      I hope this was helpful advice.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi, I have a doubt, can I connect to power supply while using the tablet PC to save battery power ? Will it shorten the battery life ? How to prevent it ? ( If I fully charge the tablet PC first ) then , I connect to external power when using ? ( hdmi link to tv, using otg mouse and keyboard time, ) I do not want to drain the battery power, cos, troublesome need to always charge the battery. Thanks a lot Ogrote for your expertise again.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: Can you recommend some good sellers ? Or do you sell them ?

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracy

      Yes they are correct - the IPS screen is a better option for outside.

      I hope I hear again from you. If I may ask - who are you purchasing the tablet from - is it a well know online supplier?

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: thanks ogrote, I will go ahead and order it by next week, this is the cheapest 9.7 in the market, my only concern is that it is not IPS screen, but some people say that it does matter as long as we don use it outside under the sun for it is not IPS, which I seldom do, so for indoor use I think it is ok ? ( I mainly use for reading E book and online newspaper .... Thanks again Ogrote.

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Ameila

      This is a very good tablets - based on the reviews I've seen. The outstanding specification, especially for an Android tablet is the the absolute outstanding battery life - this tablet has got a very powerful battery -> 10000MAH rechargeable lithium-polymer battery (almost comparable to the battery in the iPad 4) which will give you up to 8 hours of usage - very good!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracey

      Apologies for the slow response! I don't think you need to be concerned about the N90S - I've seen very favourable reviews and customer feedback. The only area of concern relates to the speaker - most guys are saying that it is not up to iPad quality - but it also depends on the application they used in my opinion!

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      i was wondering what you think about the VISTURE V97HD quad core? any good?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: Yeah N90S is a good buy, USD136, but I don't know if it is good or lousy overall......

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracy

      I am really not sure. The N90S looks like a great buy. Enjoy.

      Best Regards

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Jay

      I've added two tablets that definately fit your requirements as two further hot picks for the U.K. for this week. The one is a good Chinese tablet while the second one is a non Chinese Google Nexus tablet. Both are sourced through Amazon.co.uk.

      Here is a link to the section on the page:

      https://turbofuture.com/consumer-electronics/best-...

      I hope it helps.

      Best Regards

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Hi, i was looking for 2 tablets with the following specs:

      1st one:

      9.7" to 10.1" screen, RETINA display,

      quad core processor (good one)

      good battery

      2gb ram

      hdmi

      bluetooth

      3g (OPTIONAL)

      2nd one:

      7" to 8" screen (good resolution)

      good processor, good battery, ram and anything extra that would be good.

      Price range not a problem. both should be good build quality and MUST have WiFi.

      any good ones you can recommend? or chinese one?

      help is greatly appreciated

      thanks very much

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: Has it got to do with PPI and/or IPS ? For 9.7" tablet, is 1024 x 768 without IPS will cause the problem ?

      I am going to order Vido Yuan Dao N90S dual core today ...

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracy

      This is definitely not a flaw that can be put in front of all Chinese tablets. My kids have got fairly cheap Envizen 7 inch tablets which has got a beautiful display.

      You might have just been unlucky. Just remember you sometimes do get what you pay for - so be careful in buying a tablet with specifications that sounds to good to be true for the price!

      Have a nice day.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android Tablets"

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Pleasure Tracy!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      Once, I passed by an electronics shop selling Chinese tablet 1 year ago, I have a demonstration from a shopper for a 9.7 inch tablet, (I did not take down the brand model of the 9.7 tablet) I noticed some shadowing on the fonts lettering, making the screen unsharp for reading E books and website reading, giving me a bad impression of it, why is there shadowing on the fonts ? For example, there is a slight tailish shadow at one side of the font, is all chinese tablets like that ?

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      @ogrote: Thanks a lot Ogrote for guidance !

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      ogrote 4 years ago

      @anonymous: Hi Tracy

      Thanks for your question. IPS technology is very much related to the improvement of viewing angles. The technology is now so good that you can have a good view even at a 178 degree angle. There is however a catch with IPS tablets - this relates to battery power consumption - IPS tablets are on average 15% more power hungry - the manufacturers are however coming up with more and more powerful batteries - e.g. the iPad 4 coming out with a 11,560 mAh battery!

      I don't think that IPS affects PPI or screen resolution as such - but the IPS displays do look more attractive - but it does cost more!

      On 7 inch tablets it is more difficult to spot the difference between IPS and non IPS but from 9.7 upwards it can be noticed.

      I hope this was of help.

      Best Regards

      "The Best Chinese Android tablets"

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      May I know the difference between IPS screen and non-IPS ? Is it better viewing angle the only difference ? Will it affect PPI and screen resolution and sharpness ? Any significance difference for 9.7" ? Thank you.