VIGO 10 Tablet

Discussion in 'NZ Computing' started by Frank Williams, Jun 22, 2012.

  1. Any one had a play with the new cheap Tablet, specs seem a bit weird and
    so for have been given different versions of the fitted RAM and GPU
    speeds, and if its a dual core CPU. plus don't know the version of
    Android 4 or if its going to be supported for updates..

    Plus the number of screen touches it supports.

    There is a web site but it still being constructed..

    Being imported by Phoenix Distribution.
    Frank Williams, Jun 22, 2012
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  2. Frank Williams

    badudley42 Guest

    Have had a brief look at the Vigo 9.7" Android Tablet, seems a fairly good product, android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, Nvidia Tegra Dual Core Chip, nice slim lines, fairly lightweight as far as tablets go, the only beef I haveis that it doesn't seem to have very many ports, One HDMI port and One Micro USB Port is all I found on the one I was looking at, quite a poor standard really considering the tablets overseas these days and the functionalitythat they have for a fraction of the cost of the Vigo here in this country(New Zealand).
    badudley42, Aug 1, 2012
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  3. It Only has a Single core A10 CPU and its got more ports than a Apple
    Nexes or Samsung.

    How many ports do you need in a Tablet...?

    I am getting a Cube U30GT its a 10.1" ICS 4.04 and has lots of
    hack support the Vigo has none.
    Frank Williams, Aug 1, 2012
  4. Frank Williams


    Dec 11, 2012
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    I have not looked into cheaper tablets since I use a Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. However, I would not say that cheaper tablets are bad but I like Samsung products. There are good alternatives on the market. I am also developing an app for Android OS, which wll be a VoIP app (something similar to this one: I would be interested in your personal experiences with these cheapar tablets.
    ryanwarner88, Dec 11, 2012
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