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SpeedUp Promises Thinnest, Lightest Android 7.85" Tablet

SpeedUp is introducing a super-thin Android tablet next month during COMPUTEX.

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  1. i like ?
  2. I guess the 4:3 display is unusual for Android tablets, having the same res as iPad Mini (and iPad 1/2). Specs seems very 2010 now though, especially with Nexus 7 v2 coming out soon which is expected to have much, much better specs than this thing for about the same price.

  3. What's SpeedUP's reputation for updating the OS on their hardware? Google/Apple/Samsung update regularly...
    P.S. As an owner of a Nexus 7, and Apple products - The warranty and support is a huge selling point. Google (and Apple) has been amazing when I've had issues or when things have broken.
    I have never heard of these guys and when your tablet goes belly up - Making one call to Google to have it replaced in a week is nice....
  4. I'll pass, awaiting Nexus 7 v2 :)
  5. 1 GB of RAM? Really?
  6. No one is going to want to hold it and use it daily if it's too thin...IMJS.
  7. sundragon said:
    Google/Apple/Samsung update regularly...


    with nexus and apple, fine. but with Samsung.... well my sgs2 is late for the ICS party for 6 months after its release, it even still waiting for the jellybean update... as a (former) flagship device, it is way too late to be called "regularly updated".
  8. Enough of thin, my Asus transformer TF300T feels like its going to break when I hold it, I had to put it in a case to hold it comfortably. I will take a thicker pad with better battery, weight/thickness feel over a piece of paper tablet that crumples like paper!
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