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Posted by: Stevo Grubor
« on: August 09, 2014, 19:20:44 »

I had gotten the tablet for Christmas, shortly after the top right corner got a crack. When I noticed it I thought crap, oh well its just a small one. Then when I went to use it, at least 3 inches of the screen did not work when I touched it, the display of everything was good. Since the screen completely rotated it was okay I guess. About 5 months after the screen cracked super easily, down the entire right side of the screen. Now the entire screen does not work. Now to get the screen replaced its going to cost at the very least $120.99, believe me I have looked into everything to find a cheaper deal. Even if you find a cheaper screen you still have to pay for someone to replace it. I think that a person is better off buying an I pad mini or something, they are cheaper to fix and the screen isn't as noticeable with pixels. Also it always gets updates and their better. If you do get the tablet download the ..... KK app and it will look almost the same as and I Pad but get an I pad.. haha My review is to warn people of the expenses of repairs for this thing. goodbye.  Free Games: http://game-generator.org/
Posted by: H
« on: April 18, 2014, 19:38:55 »

How do you get the power consumption figures using the multimeter when the batteries are sealed? There's no access to the terminals, so I'm wondering how you get the measurements using the Voltcraft VC940.
Posted by: Redaktion
« on: April 07, 2014, 06:37:13 »

8 inches for a metal-lelujah. You're looking for an affordable tablet that is compact and stylish? Then you should look at Acer's Iconia A1-830 that wants to convince with a metal back and Intel Atom processor for a price of 170 Euros.

http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Acer-Iconia-A1-830-Tablet.114552.0.html

 
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