• Best Android Tablet?
    56 replies, posted
[QUOTE=DanTehMan;34034647]Are you talking about the Ubuntu chroot? Or is there a better way they've found to natively run linux on it?[/QUOTE] sadly still just ubuntu chroot, its still better than nothing imho :) im loving the android though!
[QUOTE=garychencool;34035090]nope, still with the iPad 2...[/QUOTE] I think he's saying that OP was never considering an iPad.
quick question about the prime, will it eventually be able to be bootloaded i have never had an android device before, but i really want the transformer prime
bootloaded? You mean so the bootloader is unlocked? ASUS are apparently making a program to unlock it
You like books (and comics) good support, and a good ecosystem (video streaming, cloud, etc)? Kindle Fire? Want something more like a PC? Asus Transformer.
Guys, guys, guys, the iPad 2 is so good!
[QUOTE=garychencool;34078305]Guys, guys, guys, the iPad 2 is so good![/QUOTE] I feel so poor posting from my lowly transformer!
Im getting the Transformer Prime on UK release next week. I cant wait
[QUOTE=MrFishcake;34109434]Im getting the Transformer Prime on UK release next week. I cant wait[/QUOTE] The Transformer is great. Been using it for the past 2 weeks or so now and I love it.
[QUOTE=Terminutter;34085245]I feel so poor posting from my lowly transformer![/QUOTE] Oh wait, I have to [I]jailbreak to obtain the apps I want[/I]
The only reason jailbreaking is needed anymore on iOS is for themes, emulators, Siri and some airplay stuff. Most people don't do it anymore
[QUOTE=djjkxbox360;34161751]The only reason jailbreaking is needed anymore on iOS is for themes, emulators, Siri and some airplay stuff. Most people don't do it anymore[/QUOTE] They don't even overclock (or cant)
adblock and Wireless tether although for a tablet probably just adblock
I have an Acer Iconia A500, Thor (tegraowners.com) has a fully functioning ICS port. I love my tablet...
Wasn't the PB Liberty Tab G100 the same as the A500? If so, would I be able to use the same rom?
[QUOTE=TDocter;34207272]Wasn't the PB Liberty Tab G100 the same as the A500? If so, would I be able to use the same rom?[/QUOTE] It's not the same, different hardware. Therefore, the same ROM wouldn't work on both.
[QUOTE=faze;34207303]It's not the same, different hardware. Therefore, the same ROM wouldn't work on both.[/QUOTE] Think I'll ask there just to be sure, did some reading and it appeared that some did it with a few other roms on that same site. Thanks anyway for answering so quickly.
[QUOTE=Keegs;34198759]adblock and Wireless tether although for a tablet probably just adblock[/QUOTE] adblock is very useful but kills the devs ad revenue for app development I really don't mind it too much, but I think you can allow it to get connected but not show it. That way, you don't see the ad but the devs still get the money...?
I've had the transformer prime for a little over a week and so far I've found it very slick. The display is clear and the Tegra 3 SoC delivers great performance in most applications. Battery life has been decent. My only major problem so far is the occasional stripes that show up sine I updated it to ICS. Haven't looked into if this issue affects others. The keyboard dock is a plus too.
Honestly you should walk into best buy or some place that sells tablets and play with the display models.
[QUOTE=thelurker1234;34249147]Honestly you should walk into best buy or some place that sells tablets and play with the display models.[/QUOTE] You honestly can't make an informed decision from the stock OS. That's like messing with Windows 7 on a demo laptop with bloatware.
[QUOTE=faze;34249185]You honestly can't make an informed decision from the stock OS. That's like messing with Windows 7 on a demo laptop with bloatware.[/QUOTE] yeah the OS that most users (and most likely you) will be using is a terrible way to judge a tablet no
[QUOTE=Generic.Monk;34255099]yeah the OS that most users (and most likely you) will be using is a terrible way to judge a tablet no[/QUOTE] If he's the sort who'll use the stock OS, then judge by stock OS. The fact that he's posting here means he's more likely to be willing to change it, which means that being more open minded is a good idea. It's kind of like computers - judge by the stock OS with bloatware if you're a user who just wants to buy and be done with it, or reinstall with the a clean OS that you want if you're a more advanced user. (probably a bad example, as most of us built ours)
If your [URL="http://www.espow.com/wholesale-computers-networking-tablets.html"]cheap android tablet[/URL] does not have Bluetooth built in, it is possible to install Bluetooth connectivity using an external USB Bluetooth adapter. Bluetooth is a wireless technology that can be used to connect devices over short distances. After Bluetooth is installed, Bluetooth-enabled peripherals, such as a mouse or keyboard, can be connected to the laptop wirelessly. To install the Bluetooth adapter, follow the instructions from the adapter's installation wizard. [highlight](User was permabanned for this post ("Spambot" - Gran PC))[/highlight]
dont buy any android stuff until the ipad 3 comes out cause all the prices on android stuff will drop so they can stay competitive
Asus Padfone.
I have the acer iconia and I love it
Sorry, you need to Log In to post a reply to this thread.