Tablets Ployer MOMO9-III Tablet Review

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    I recently bought a MOMO9-III tablet from Tmart. It's a 7-inch tablet that runs Android 4.0 operating system, has a 512MB of RAM, 8GB of built in storage, and a camera in the front (there's no camera in the back.

    When you first open up the box you receive: the MOMO9-III tablet, a standard USB wall charger, a Female USB to Micro USB Cable, a Male USB to Micro USB Cable, a cleaning cloth and the manual.

    Here's a picture of the tablet: [​IMG]

    When you first start up the tablet, you're greeted with the android symbol:http://youtu.be/gEAnuNShSTU

    A couple things I LOVE about this tablet:
    -YouTube/Netflix videos are AWESOME on this tablet. They don't lag and they look very clear on the tablet.

    -Web browsing is pretty good and you are able to view any video format on the tablet via the web/device, unlike the iPad. That's one thing I don't like about the iPad, you can only view one video format on the device.

    -Games are pretty good, I haven't played a lot, only angry birds and a couple N64 emulator games and it's as fluid as the iPad and at times even better.

    [​IMG][/url][/IMG]

    Things that I'm a little concerned about with the Ployer MOMO9-III tablet:

    -At times it will lag and say "(application name) is not responding" then gives you three options: Wait, Quit, or Ok.

    -Skype is VERY laggy. I'm not sure why, my internet is very reliable so I'm pretty sure that's not the issue with it.

    -The headphones port doesn't work well with any of my headphones, it sounds distorted, so I don't use it at all.

    Besides those little concern. The Ployer MOMO9-III is a very reliable tablet, that's good for games, productivity, and overall browsing.
     
  2. jamojamo macrumors 6502

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    What does it cost? Seems like it should be cheap.
     
  3. AppleFanatic10 thread starter macrumors 68030

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  4. Dr McKay macrumors 68040

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    Android 4.0 on 512MB of RAM? That can't be a pretty sight.
     
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    That is what my first reaction was, but then I saw the price. That is on par for the specs.
     
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    Neither is iOS 5.x on an iPad 1 (256MB RAM). But, probably like this tablet, it is able to struggle through it.




    Michael
     
  7. Dr McKay macrumors 68040

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    Oh yea I saw the Original iPad I bought my parents a few years ago running the latest version of iOS it can. That thing struggled to run even basic animations smoothly.
     
  8. AppleFanatic10 thread starter macrumors 68030

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    It's not that bad for the things I use it for (netflix, web browsing, games, reading ebooks).
     

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