Best CHEAP Android Tablet?  - Review of the My Tab from Optus



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The Budget end of the Android Tablet marketplace is hotting up with some fierce competition, one of the newest to enter the ring is the “My Tab”, built by ZTE, branded by Optus and churning along with a 600Mhz CPU and Android2.1 available with pre-paid date plans, it’s a contender for the best value android tablet on the cheap end of the spectrum, so lets put it through the review gauntlet and see how it shakes down.

“The NEW Pre-Paid Optus My Tab

The My Tab gives you the ultimate freedom to stay connected with friends on-the-go. With WiFi and 3G connectivity, you can surf the net, play games and watch videos on its quality 7″ resistive touch screen. Powered by Android™, you’ll also gain access to the thousands of apps that Google’s Marketplace has to offer, and its sleek design and lightweight frame mean you’ll want to take it with you wherever you go.”

Available exclusively in Australia with http://www.optus.com.au

Specifications;
Operating System: Android 2.1
Network: 3G Band 900/1900/2100; 2G Band 850/900/1800/1900
Data: HSDPA: 7.2Mbps, HSUPA: 5.76Mbps
Display: 7″ TFT-LCD WVGA (800×480)
Camera: 3MP CMOS
WiFi: 802.11b/g
Memory: 512MB ROM+512MB RAM (+ 2GB MicroSD card)
Size: 192x110x12.6mm
Weight: 403g
Battery: 3400mAh
Other: FM Radio, GPS Receiver, G-Sensor, Compass, Bluetooth 2.1

If you’re curious, it is apparently the same hardware as the “ZTE Light” android tablet, which was recently launched in Beijing!

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44 replies
  1. bulb97
    bulb97 says:

    I like your reviews. I got the Toshiba Thrive for ten dollars more because of the Black Friday sales. Talk about more bang for your buck. =)

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  2. Ryann Orsborne
    Ryann Orsborne says:

    Okay I was looking on getting this but now what should I get that's under $100 and is more like the capabilities of an iPad but has the android market and is not 3g?

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  3. Alexandre Marco
    Alexandre Marco says:

    sorry about my poor english but I want to congratulate you mate for the outstanding technical and well humor sense review.
    help me a lot to take a decision. better than this only if was you a Brazilian Beautiful girl to show it. 😉

    Reply
  4. Blunty
    Blunty says:

    @mitchwn1 … because it's an Optus branded device, sold exclusively through Optus here, and "yes, optus" is their standard branding phrase. duh.

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  5. Mohammed Zishanali
    Mohammed Zishanali says:

    @Masoncharles7 well even Mac was not so good abt their first piece but slowly they upgrade it and now its know best after few up-gradations. so this will also prove to its extent friend

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