Apad - The Andriod iPad

Ruslan Zasukhin ruslan_zasukhin at valentina-db.com
Sun May 23 04:27:41 EDT 2010


On 23/5/10 5:35 AM, "Colin Holgate" <coiin at verizon.net> wrote:

And ... No promise that next version of Android OS will work on this device.
So you will be happy to trash it.

IMO this is the most weak place of Android ...

They go by MS way -- any hardware, open devices ... As result incredible
zoo. Tons of drivers ... Overloaded systems ...


> There are a number of things you might want to worry about:
> 
> The resolution is the same as the 4 inch Android phones.
> 
> The screen is two inches smaller than the iPad.
> 
> The CPU is 1/2-1/3 of the speed of other Android devices. It's perhaps close
> to the speed of an iPhone 3GS, but it has 2.5 times the number of pixels to
> drive.
> 
> Its screen is resistive instead of the better capacitive touch, you may need
> to press harder to make things work.
> 
> The battery capacity is 1/8th that of the iPad.
> 
> The memory of the cheapest one is most likely 1/8th of the memory in the
> lowest end iPad.
> 
> It comes with the 1.5 version of Android, which is not uncommon, but some
> features (such as Flash player 10.1) will need version 2.1. I'm not so
> confident that the device will be first in line to get OS updates.
> 
> It is quite likely to have the typical number of touch points for low
> resolution Android devices, which means two at a time. iPad can be ten at a
> time.

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Best regards,

Ruslan Zasukhin
VP Engineering and New Technology
Paradigma Software, Inc

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