Cyberus 10.1" Android 2.2 Tablet, eReader, Media Player - ID1010WTA

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Would be a great buy if they only gave it more ram. This system has a lowly 128MB SDRAM while the newest systems have 512MB. I would say 256MB ram minimum for Android and 512MB needed for newest apps.

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I'm an android phone user (version 2.2), own a honeycomb android, and am also an android app programmer. I wanted a 2.2 tablet for a testing device. This device fails to implement a reasonable Android 2.2 system. The home button doesn't always function when in browser mode. It was very difficult to register to use the android market because it kept trying to access a SIM card (that didn't exist because this isn't a phone). This simply fails to implement a workable interface between buttons and screen inputs.

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Not enough memory

on 6/14/2011

Would be a great buy if they only gave it more ram. This system has a lowly 128MB SDRAM while the newest systems have 512MB. I would say 256MB ram minimum for Android and 512MB needed for newest apps.

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Received it Thursday and returned it Monday.

by David on 6/23/2011

This was purchased for my wife to do some facebook / email + reading ebooks. It's a Touchscreen Picture Frame with a Phone android os. Touchscreen material seemed flimsy and I feared it would wear quickly or be damaged easily. It's a plastic film over the glass. It was not the most responsive touchscreen either. Memory is almost full with preloaded apps and games. You MUST buy a MicroSD if you want to load anything. It's slow to respond at times and freezes for up to 10+ seconds when selecting options. Not sure if this is space full issue. eReaders were supposed to be preloaded. My wife uses a Nook and that app was not loaded and I could not load it due to space available. Kindle and others were installed already. Media wise it's ok. Picktures looked nice but video is not the best. There demo video was jerky and a little blurry. I was really disapointed with Sungale on this product.

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Product Overview

Android-powered Sungale 10.1" Tablet offer a bright 10.1" hi-resolution screen (1024x600) for your various entertainments. The most outstanding feature of this tablet is that it has integrated almost all the e-book providers' apks, which make you be able to download all ebooks from different vendors. The optimized home page design brings to customers direct utilization of the most popular tablet functions. This product is not designed to compete with iPad or iPad 2, but, in all the resistive touch panel tablets, its responding speed is excellent, even better than some immature capacitive touch panels.


Manufacturer Sungale
Mfg Part# ID1010WTA
SKU 221894773
UPC 884945000550
UPC 14 00884945000550
Optimized design based Android 2.2
Hi-resolution display screen (1024x600)
Compatible with Kobo, Kindle Nook, Google e-Book, you can collect thousands e-books.
Special specified photo browser makes your photos vivid
A lot of video/auido funs from different apps
Compatible with Google map, browser
Support social networks such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter etc
Support Google Talk, email etc
Download tons of applications from internet
Built-in speakers and earphone audio output
Expand external memory up to 32GB by MiniSD card
Tech Specs
1GHZ CPU + Android 2.2 operation system
Resolution: 1024x600pixels
Wireless: WiFi 802.11b/g
Resistive touch panel
2GB Internal Memory
Memory Card supports: Micro SD
USB connection: USB device 2.0
Camera: Video 0.3 Mega Pixels (VGA), Photo 2 Mega Pixel
Power supply: AC 100—240V, DC 5V 2A
Product Attributes
Operating System Android 2.2 Froyo
Tablet Screen Size 10.1"
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