KIDC (unconfirmed) US700W Specifications and information
|KIDC (unconfirmed) US700W alternatives |
KIDC (unconfirmed) US700W Specifications
|Model name||US700W||CPU||Intel Celeron-M|
|CPU speed||1000 Mhz|
|OS||Microsoft Windows Vista|
|Display Size||7.0" 800 X 480|
|Hard Disk||20 GB|
|Weight (Minimum)||560gm / 1.23 pounds|
SD card slot
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
|Additional||WebCam||*Specifications can vary|
KIDC (unconfirmed) US700W alternatives
|Cisco Cius, 7.0 inch, 522 grams (1.15 lbs)|
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|Archos 80 (G9), 8.0 inch, 482 grams (1.06 lbs)|
Certainly one of the most unique Honeycomb tablets yet announced. The Archos 80 (G9) offers two distinct memory options, 16GB flash or 250GB of HDD storage. The 250GB version is slightly thicker and heavier (size/weight listed in our database is the 16GB version). For $49 you can purchase an unlocked 3G USB modem which docks seamlessly into a slot in the back of the device. This modem will also work with PCs.
|Acer Iconia Tab A100 Wifi (XE.H6REN.006), 7.0 inch, 450 grams (0.99 lbs)|
Acer have a little catching-up to do in the Android space. The A500 lagged in software updates but it looks like the A100 is shipping with 3.2. As a competitor to the Galaxy Tab it's priced well and should turn in better performance. Definitely worth a closer look, even for existing Galaxy Tab 7 owners.
|Huawei IDEOS S7 Slim, 7.0 inch, 448 grams (0.99 lbs)|
|Dell Streak 7, 7.0 inch, 450 grams (0.99 lbs)|
With an opening price of $450 in the U.S. (T-Mobile) this is a relatively well priced tablet for one that includes multi-touch capacative screen, 3G and full Google Market and application support. The WVGA screen will show up in comparisons against higher resolution screens but should bring advantages for gaming. Early reviews are indicating battery life much less than equivalent 7" tablets although the Streak 7 only has a 10Wh battery and the dual-core platform could be using more energy than single-core equivalents.
|eLocity A7, 7.0 inch, 463 grams (1.02 lbs)|
Could work as a great portable home theater, as long as the battery is up to the task. With Nvidia Tegra 2, there shouldn't be a problem outputting 1080p video through the A7's HDMI port. Couple that with decent out-of-the-box codec and container support (see the 'Product Notes' section on this page), and a full sized USB 2.0 port (which can read flash drives up to 64GB), the A7 might be a nice portable home theater. It even comes with a 6-foot HDMI cable. No 3G options on the A7, so internet usage will be restricted to WiFi hotspots, or on the go by tethering to another device.
|Pioneer Dreambook ePad N7, 7.0 inch, 465 grams (1.03 lbs)|
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|Huawei Smakit S7, 7.0 inch, 500 grams (1.1 lbs)|
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|Sony Vaio (P11), 8.0 inch, 632 grams (1.39 lbs)|
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