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  Reply # 511143 24-Aug-2011 12:07
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dclegg: One of the daily deals site has an Android 2.2 tablet on sale today. Does anyone have any input as to whether this would be a cheap and cheerful option for playing games and light web browsing, or would it be more in the cheap and nasty camp?


Capacitive screen - avoid.


I think you mean resistive, but yeah, thats the advice I got from my Twitter mates too. 

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dclegg: I think you mean resistive, but yeah, thats the advice I got from my Twitter mates too. 


Whoops. Yeah I meant resistive.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 511213 24-Aug-2011 13:28
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PB has an android 2.3 for about the same price minus the keyboard and cover. It is also resistive (and claims multi-touch). Anyone tried it?

PB has a youtube promo for an earlier model running 2.1:

 

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