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This review is from: Innovation GameCube/Nintendo 64 RF Switch
Pros: Good Picture
Cons: No sound, not broken just not designed for it
No RF input (even though pictured)
Other Thoughts: Since you have to unplug it and plug it back in, you'll probably notice the shielding is so poor that it actually puts a picture on the screen unplugged. Not a good thing if you have neighbors nearby or a bunch of systems in one room.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Powers on fairly reliably
Built in browser renders well despite being slow
USB port acts as USB host, supports keyboard, (but misses keystrokes if you type above ~30 wpm)
Dedicated Menu and Home button
Speakers/Headphones sound okay
53 Second Boot to Lock Screen
20 Second Shutdown
8 seconds to flip orientation
Touchscreen unresponsive, dragging motions rarely picked up as dragging
No play store
Large and Heavy still manages to feel cheap and scratch easily
Clock Loses Time when battery dies
Apps frequently crash, even built in ones
Wifi adapter is flaky frequently sticks at "turning on" requiring tablet reboot.
Other Thoughts: I would not carry this tablet around or rely on it, but it's good enough to write APKs for old versions of Android and test them on it. It's the perfect "if it'll run on this it'll run on anything" tablet.
The touch screen unresponsiveness is more than it just being a resistive touchscreen. Dragging lets up when you don't; taps turn into long taps even if you don't hold them at all.
This review is from: GARMIN Portable Friction Mount
Pros: Stays in place on dash
Holder angle is adjustable, doesn't wiggle when locked
Easy Set up
No sticky residue on dashboard
Cons: Lower surface area is somewhat large, need a big area of clear dash to set it up
Other Thoughts: I expected it to be the condensing plastic on the bottom, but it uses some kind of high friction clothe and doesn't leave a residue.
My car is a Mazda3
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