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7" iRobot APad iPed Epad Google Android Tablet WIFI Touch Screen

by apple12345    Apr 28, 2011, 10:09 PM

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sides you see arrayed a laundry-list of ports “missing” from the iPad: microSD card-reader, a USB-port, HDMI port along with a front-facing camera. You

also get Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

Then we get to the screen. Here’s what Andi says: “Where as the iPad’s true touch screen offers crisp vibrant colours, the ePad looks dull and washed out

The ePad has a terrible screen in comparison.” The ePad uses a resistive touch-screen, the kind you have to push hard to register a click. It is designed to

work with a stylus but “Take away that stylus and you’ve got a very stubborn little tablet.”

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