Onda V812 Review

Onda A31 is an 8 inch tablet that retails at just 144 dollars in Chinese market. Before we proceed with its review, here is a rundown of its specs:
8 inch display, 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, IPS type, A31 quad core processor, Power VR SGX544 MP2 GPU, 2GB RAM, 16GB storage, micro SD card slot, 802.11n Wi-Fi, VGA front camera and 5 MP rear camera. Here is how the package looks like.

Onda V812 Review

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Fushilai Fsl F979 Review

Fushilai is now offering a slate tablet called Fsl F979 that looks very similar to the Apple iPad 2. Like the iPad it has a home button, but its sides have vents and ports for expandability. On the bottom, you will find micro SD card slot and headphone jack. Outfitted with a 9.7 inch IPS display, it packs 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, again just like an iPad.


Call it fortunate or unfortunate, that is where its similarity ends. This is because it has an x86 infrastructure that allows its company to make it run Windows 7 operating system. Inside, you will find an Atom Z550 processor that has two cores and does not generates a lot of heat – something that is very important for a tablet.

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Cube is now offering a 7 inch slate tablet with resistive screen. The slate is called K8M and is made of white plastic material. While the screen is said to be just fine, it is being criticized for the material quality.


Like Apple iPad and Haipad M7s slate, it has a single button below the screen that brings you back to the home screen. You will find several other buttons too on its side that includes power, eject and menu button.

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MagicTab M3 Review

MagicTab is a 7 inch slate tablet with LED backlit display. Unlike most Chinese tablets (like Miu Miu W5), it has a capacitive style display. It packs WSVGA 1024 x 600 pixel resolution and has two cameras – one in the front and another one at the back.

The body of the Magic Tab is very much like the Nook tablet, thanks to its boundless screen design. On the left you will find a mini USD port, HDMI, headset jack and micro SD card reader. There is a SIM card slot too so that you are able to make calls even you are on the road. In fact, the company has included an app to let you make phone calls.

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