You'll need the stylus
This quirky little device says it runs Android 1.6, but I suspect it's running an emulator. It does not have an accelerometer, instead it has a screen orientation icon on the status bar that you have to tap to rotate between landscape and portrait mode. Neither does it have the hardware buttons as required by the Android specs. It has a menu button along the edge, and one big button on the front that appears to function like the Android 'home' button. The 300mHz processor is v.e.r.y. s.l.o.w. It is not a touch sensitive screen, it is resistive, so you will need the supplied stylus to do anything. To make matters worse the screen cover is cheap, soft, easily scratched plastic. Mine had scuff marks on it, right out of the box. Neither does this device have access to the Android Market. Instead it points you to some weird Chinese web site that offers apps of dubious origin. The browser works, but it will not play videos via the usual YouTube web site. Instead it has a YouTube icon with an unusual interface, but it does work, and you can search and play videos. I bought this to test apps on, I would not recommend it to the casual user. It is *way* overpriced for what you get.
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