Haleron iLet Mini HAL – Watch Out!

Updated on 26 February 2010 by

Just a quick word of warning. While the iLet Mini might look good and suggest a comfortable web browsing experience, it’s not exactly going to perform if you put it to those sort of tasks. The 600Mhz CPU that we suspect is VIA’s ARM9-based Wondermedia Prizm platform,  just doesn’t have the power to handle it.

If you need such a device, take a look at the SmartQ7 (ARM11) or the Wirelession 1060 / WITs A81 (even better, Cortex A8.) and leave the iLet Mini for ebook reading and MP3 playing only.

Haleron iLet Mini HAL the latest device to join the 7-inch tablet army.

2 Comments For This Post

  1. turn.self.off says:

    not sure, as after using the webkit engine on the N800 for maybe a year now, the screen size and ram available seems to be more of a issue then the cpu.

    in the end, it comes down to the kind of pages one frequent.

  2. Bill Harris says:

    There has been word that this company is a fake (e.g. http://gizmodo.com/5481887/haleron-ilet-mini-hal-is-a-modest-tablet-with-a-modest-price)

    Consider this:
    1. Why doesn’t the company accept credit cards?
    2. Why does every review use the same rendered picture?
    3. Why are there no “hands-on” reviews?

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