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goafrit
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goafrit   12/6/2011 2:29:49 PM
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Now Apple should be worried in China! Who will cough out that high bucks for iPad. This company should carry go. Nice one

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Goffers   12/6/2011 10:37:47 AM
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I think I see now why ARM recently announced the Cortex-A7 in-order processor. Back to pure RISC to compete on low power consumption.

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agk   12/6/2011 7:14:16 AM
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The 1 Ghz processor,low power consumption, android 4.o,open GL ES 2.0 graphics, front and back cameras, multi touch capacitive touch screen, sd card slot,hdmi port,facility to check emails. great design for $100 and looking for buying in India very soon.

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prabhakar_deosthali   12/6/2011 6:25:03 AM
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This surely is a competition to Govt of India's initiative to provide low cost tablet AAKASH at sub $100 price to Indian students. This product is supposed to be coming from UK and if Chinese offer a similar product in open market, the govt project is in danger.

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mcgrathdylan   12/6/2011 1:04:36 AM
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I'll be very interested in reviews of this product. If indeed it's got equivalent functionality to Kindle Fire, it could be a real game changer.

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_hm   12/6/2011 12:57:53 AM
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Wonderful news for MIPS. It is nice to see low cost affordable tablet for average consumer.

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