IdolPad 9 android tablet giveaway #1
Lost and Tired is proud to work with Idolian, in conjunction with millerrupp.com to do this android tablet giveaway. This is the first of three giveaways the will be taking place in January of 2013. This particular giveaway will begin in December and end in January.
I wanted to make sure I told you to check out Idolian’s website because they have tons of great tech for a reasonable price.
Now let’s get to the details.
This giveaway is for one (1) IdolPad 9 android tablet. This is the 1st of three tablet giveaways in the next few weeks.
|9 inch TFT-LCD screen, 800 x 480 (16:9)|
|Capacitive 5 Points Multi-touch|
|System Speed: up to 1.2 GHz|
|RAM DDRIII 512 M|
|External Micro-SD card supported, from 512MB to 32GB|
|System Google Android 4.0 OS|
|Wi-Fi: Built-in Wi-Fi Module, IEEE 802.11 b/g/n.|
|Network 3G: Support external 3G USB Dongle.|
|( WCDMA/ TD-SCDMA/ EVDO )|
|Camera Front camera: 0.3 Mega|
|Games G-Sensor 3D games supported|
|Video 1,080P videos supported|
|Standard Accessories: Charger, earphone, user manual, Battery 4,500 mAh (work time: 7 ~ 9 hours)|
|USB cable, OTG cable and Gift Box. Other Functions|
My personal experience with the IdolPad 9
I’ve had a couple of weeks to get to know this device. Basically, this is an entry level android tablet. This particular device is not meant to be an iPad killer by any means.
Entry level tablet means that this is a great tablet for anyone looking to get their feet wet and experience an android tablet at a very, very affordable price.
My kids have been playing with this tablet for a couple of weeks now and it’s worked out pretty well for them.
We have used this device to stream Netflix and watch ripped DVD’s from our personal collection. The IdolPad 9 handles these tasks with relative ease and efficiency. The boys have also played their educational games by Intellijoy as well as enjoys games like Angry Birds, Where’s My Water, Where’s My Perry and Sprinkle.
The resolution is 800×600, which is pretty low, especially when compared to the iPad or more advanced android tablets. However, what may seem like a weakness actually works out well, especially for younger kids. The 800×600 resolution makes the icons larger and easier to use for kids, especially those on the #autism spectrum.
My kids really like using this tablet and have benefited from their time with it. My hope is that your child will too. 🙂