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Ive tried most tablets, but nothing as good as this one.

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13th June 2014, 12:50 PM   |  #11  
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Transfering apps to sdcard shouldnt be a major deal breaker if that does exist, I can release a workaround for that which will use your internal storage as external and vice versa! ;D
18th December 2014, 10:40 AM   |  #12  
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Having owned an Ipad Mini Retina, Ipad Mini, Ipad 4, Android Nexus 7, Nexus 7 2013, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and a tab.

So I've used the top end Apple and Android tablets, I've owned practically every smartphone from Iphone 5s, to Note 3's.

But this device trounces all of them to be perfectly honest, the speed is pure, crisp and almost instant with most apps, opening and closing, gaming quality is second to none, not a single lag anywhere, even my Note 3 lags on some of the games this baby simply takes in its stride.

I read the reviews and there are very few compared to other more well know manufacturers and thought id give it a go, went onto PC world and they have an offer on now 99 for the Note 7 itself and 20 % of accessories, so i got 20% of the official slot in flip case. amazing deal.

One game that stands out to me at this early stage or play, is Colin Mcrae which lags on everything, even my Ipad retina and 5s iphone, but not on this, loading times are seriously less on everything.

Why on earth is this tablet not advertised on every billboard and newspaper.
Just thought Id mention this and hope this section of XDA gets loads more action as it should, this is the hidden super device.

ANYONE thinking 1GB ram....forget it, this thing flies, even more so than a 3GB RAM Note 3

Sell your grandmother, deodorants, pants and save up and buy one of these.

I have had a nexus 7 grouper note 8 note 10.1 but my nvidia tegra note arrives today
15th January 2015, 08:29 AM   |  #13  
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I've had the Tegra Note for 4 months now and I'm pretty satisfied with it. The performance, the dual speakers, the stylus, the price for which I got it, even the resolution doesn't bother me much. Sure it would be nice to have a sharper screen but it's not so bad. The only thing that I wish would've been better (well, other than the noticeable weight), is having a slightly larger screen, probably 8 inches. 7 inch is okay and all but whenever I do anything on the tab like watching movies, I just wish there is that little bit more real estate. 7 inch is big but not big enough for me. The Shield tablet is perfect for me in that regard but it costs way more over here and it also weighs a bit more than even the TN7! So I'm kind of confused on what to do with my tab. Should I make do with the screen or sell it and try getting a bigger tab with front-facing speakers with possibly lower performance (I'm not a huge gamer btw. I mostly play only casual games but the few large games I have played have performed easily with not even a stutter. Would there be that big a performance drop for tabs with "lesser" processors)?
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