Vrydag, 13 Desember 2013

Blasts from the Past: Three Favorite Hacks from the Days of Yore

In the past few months, I've found myself periodically looking through the archives to answer friends' questions. I've stumbled into old hacks which long ago turned into nearly-invisible standard family operating procedures.

So, for the subscribers who haven't been around for all six years, here are three of our all-time favorite hacks.

Babyproofing: Hacking a Wooden Bi-fold Door

While not my first post, this hack is the one that made me feel a part of a larger conversation. My jubilation when Asha covered it on Parent Hacks still resonates. It's also a cheap, clean-looking preventative for pinched fingers. Our latches are still going strong six years later.

The Big Muddy: Keeping Stroller Gunk Out of Car Upholstery 

Earlier this year I replaced this Thanksgiving tablecloth after years of use. I only wish the rest of the car had weathered those last five years as well as the cargo area.

Holiday Hack: Toddler-Friendly Ornaments

The kids still love doing this, and it means far less stuff to pack away after the holidays. I suspect Ranger will add some LEGO creations to the upper branches this year.

Thanks for strolling down memory lane with me, and thank you for reading Baby Toolkit!

***Baby Toolkit is a half dozen years' worth of hacks and conversation written by a couple geeky Midwesterners. Thank you for reading us! We're Amazon affiliates, so a small percentage of purchases through our Amazon links goes to help our operating costs online and in the real world. We also podcast about board games at Great Big Table.

Donderdag, 12 Desember 2013

Cut Your Losses: Screening the Floor Vents

The vent screened with pink tulle.
Yesterday, I heard screams coming from my daughters' room. This isn't really a surprise. When people talk about boys being loud, I always wonder how girls ended up with better publicists in that department.

So, as the cries didn't indicate blood loss or actual fear, I ambled back to see what was the matter.

My girls were playing with poker chips (a favorite toy at our house) and the baby inserted one in the floor vent- to her utter delight and the complete irritation of sister Scout.

Now, I've known for years that their floor vent was a gaping maw hungry for toys and tidbits. It's one of the few floor vents that the previous residents didn't cover with window screen.

When I went to recover the chip, it was gone. It made it past the initial flat land and rolled somewhere toward the basement. For all I know it's now sitting on the electric coils of our furnace. Since they got past my arm's reach, this was no tea set spoon scenario; this situation required action.

I grabbed some very pink tulle and cut it about 5 inches larger than the floor register. This register fits pretty snugly into the floor, so I didn't bother duct taping the tulle around the boxy underfloor part of the register (as the previous residents had on the other vents). The next vacuuming may prove that to be a strategic error, but for now, it's keeping all the chips out of the furnace and the girls like their pinker floor vent.

***Baby Toolkit is the slapdash meanderings of a couple geek parents raising three active kids. When we're not searching floor vents for lost treasure, we're sometimes discussing board games at Great Big Table (mmm, delicious podcasts!). We're Amazon affiliates, so clicking through our relevant links and purchases increases the Jones' coffers. We don't have any vested financial interest in tulle, floor registers or poker chips. Do you?

Woensdag, 11 Desember 2013

Recommended Reading: Some Favorites from 2012*

Should a genie offer me a bonus hour for every day, I would make lots of plans and promises for that time. And then I will spend it reading. Actually, I wouldn't because literature clearly teaches never to trust genies.

I love books and stories. My Twitter feed is usually peppered with current reads, new recommendations from friends, and other book talk. I neglect Pinterest and totally abandoned Facebook, but I usually read my daily notifications from Goodreads.

While I have tried to limit my bookish chatter to kids' books and relevant parenting titles, sometimes I can't restrain myself.

So, please forgive me as I shoehorn in a few favorite reads from this year under the guise of holiday shopping.

The Book My Dad and I Agree On:
Don't Ever Get Old by Daniel Friedman
Buck Schatz, a former police detective, goes on the hunt for a Nazi war criminal. Buck has personal reasons to bring the man to justice, but others are searching for the fugitive's rumored fortune in gold. Did I mention that both men are now octogenarians?

Buck's cutting and unvarnished opinions (which he considers the privilege of old age) made my septuagenarian dad laugh so hard that my brother immediately read the book. Then he called me and insisted that I read it too.

We are all waiting for Friedman's next release.

The Book I Immediately Bought My Brother (After Reading a Library Copy):
The Sisters Brothers by Patrick deWitt
A Western noir. Modern sensibilities, sibling conflict and affinity, and dialogue so bewitching that I wanted to every word of it aloud to bystanders.

Talented assassins Eli and Charlie Sisters pursue an intended victim to remote Western outposts. After a strange night in a mostly abandoned cabin, Eli starts considering their future.

Shortlisted for the Booker Prize.

The Book I Stole from Jim's To-Read Pile -or-
The Best Dystopian Novel Explaining the Eighties Geek Zeitgeist:
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
If you can remember being really excited about getting an Apple II to display your name or you ever programmed onto an audio cassette, this book will speak to you. I have long thought that the young geeks and gamers of the eighties were conferred a special blessing by history.

This novel about our nation gone wrong (via global warming, hyper-commercialization, and other present-day headlines) offers insight into that strange decade and those who came of age during it. While it's a great dystopian novel for any geek, Eighties geeks may find it as generation-affirming as the Goonies was back in 1985.

The Quirky Book I Made Everyone Read
The Family Fang by Kevin Wilson
The Fangs specialize in family drama. Years of creating awkward scenes as spontaneous performance art have left the siblings known to the world as Child A and Child B with some serious emotional baggage.

Annie, now famous for her acting (and some unfortunate internet memes) and Buster, an entertainment journalist specializing in thrill-seeking exploits, avoid their parents at all costs. Until Buster finds himself injured and unemployed and Annie's career publicly implodes. Then their parents vanish leaving behind only a bloody van at an out-of-state rest park.

The Book That Carried Me Away
The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern
Make sure everyone is well fed before you crack the covers of this one.

A grudge-match competition between two aging magicians results in a circus unlike any other.


My Geeky Beach Read Recommendation
The Princess Bride by William Goldman
One of my dearest friends asked me for a book to read while on the beach in Jamaica. She didn't really get into reading until Harry Potter, so I sent her back to this wonderful book behind the wonderful film of the same title.

Even if you have seen the movie a million times, the book is not to be missed.

My Favorite Geek Love Story
Bellwether by Connie Willis
Sheep and the slings and arrows of corporate culture. The wry humor in this slim little novel just captured my heart entirely.

A trend-hunter working in an ever-expanding bureaucracy tries to find out why women bobbed their hair.

Short Stories with Strange Sensibilities
Sorry Please Thank You by Charles Yu
Delightfully unexpected stories that I just wanted to savor. Even though I read the book month ago, just this weekend Jim practically shouted "I'm reading that now," when I flipped open a library copy he checked out (and left on the kitchen table- I argue that makes it fair game).

The collection opens with a call center in the developing world that outsources pain and grief. It wanders through the Star Trek universe with a recently promoted redshirt in "Yeoman" (everyone who has seen Trek must read this). The 2-person skeleton shift in a big box store find a finger in the aisle, and then the zombie who dropped it. And (I promise I won't mention all of the stories individually) in "Troubleshooting"is so wonderfully mind-bending that it reminds me of the movie Primer.

And Not to Get Lost in a World of Fiction
Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick
Want to know what life is like after electricity? This startling book looks at what happens when the lights truly go out.

Through interviews with North Korean refugees and expatriots, Barbara Demick draws a gripping presentation of a hidden nation and the people struggling to live in it.

This non-fiction work by LA Times' Beijing bureau chief made me recognize so many of my own cherished assumptions I have about modern life. This book tugs at the same psychological knots as zombies and futuristic dystopias.

There are so many more titles I could mention (don't even get me started about zombies), but I'm stopping now.

What great books are you reading?
Should I post more often about books like these- or just keep it on Goodreads?

*It took a lot of restraint not to title this post, "I like big books and I cannot lie."

***Baby Toolkit is a bootstrap blog written by Midwestern geek parents (between books, boo-boos and bedtimes). We're Amazon affiliates so a portion of purchases made through our links help pay our domain name fees and library fines (THANKS!). All of the books discussed in this post were provided by our public library and/or purchased by us (though we do selectively accept review copies). If you like board games, check out our Great Big Table podcast.

Saterdag, 12 Oktober 2013

The Miracle of Children's Hospitals: Extra-Life.org


Needing a children's specialty hospital is terrible, but having access to one is beautiful beyond measure.

We waited here while Rogue was in surgery.
One year ago today, I drove baby Rogue across the state to the specialists who would diagnose and treat her life-threatening problems.  She and I left with little warning or preparation and headed into an especially uncertain future.

When we arrived, I didn't understand the differences between a regular hospital and a children's hospital (beyond the size and age of the patients). A few days at the hospital opened my eyes, but it remains difficult to put words around such large and deep feelings.

When my child's medical needs exceeded normal service providers, it confirmed the seriousness of her situation and revealed previously unconsidered limits in our ability to protect our children. Jim and I couldn't independently make our baby grow nor could we correct the shape of her skull. Awareness of this insufficiency lodged in my throat like a brick.

Because Jim and our extended family were caring for Scout and Ranger at home, the baby and I went to the hospital alone. I thought I would feel alone there, but the hospital- from its physical building to its people to its services- was so obviously built and maintained by a generous larger community. It was hard not to be touched by being part of a huge social mechanism where friends and strangers work to offer all kids the best possible chances for a full life. The unconditional generosity toward children reminded me that raw kindness and empathy still exist in surprising measure.

 From the handmade pillows and blankets for the patients to top-notch technology and facilities to stocked pantries and hospitality carts that supplied caregivers with food and toiletries, volunteers and donors reminded us that we were neither alone nor forgotten. Institutionally, the hospital offers financial assistance funds to pay medical costs for the uninsured and insured people of limited means. For many families, the cost of a sick child might mean a parent or other caregiver relocating to the hospital for the duration of a child's treatment. That can mean the loss of an income and the need for childcare and other new costs. It's easy to see how a long-term illness could quickly devastate a family's finances, but Children's Miracle Networks provide treatment regardless of a family's ability to pay.

And now, we invite you to be a hero to sick kids and their families.

When Jim read about Extra-Life.org (a Children's Miracle Network fundraiser born out of the video gaming community), he immediately began organizing a local board gaming event so we could offer the same goodwill to other Riley families. The weekend of October 20th, we're going to play 24 hours of board games (in three long sessions) for Riley and Children's Miracle Network Hospitals.

Please consider sponsoring a player or joining a team (and may I suggest my fledgling Great Big Table podcast team that is way behind Jim's game night team?). I can tell you firsthand, the donations do change lives.



***Baby Toolkit is the story of some Midwestern geek parents, their kids, and their communities (physical and virtual). We also podcast about board games at www.greatbigtable.com. We love Riley Hospital for Children, our Children's Miracle Network Hospital and its caring staff and community. With profound appreciation for generous care our daughter and our family received from Riley and CMNH, this post and project are one we have chosen to undertake.

Dinsdag, 17 September 2013

Profoundly Picky Eaters: Professional Help

When the internet was abuzz over cookbooks that encourage parents to hide pureed veggies in traditional kid foods, Jim added this comment to the discussion:
I heard about this book on the Jumping Monkeys podcast and had to think that Jessica can't be dealing with seriously picky kids (like the one that I am blessed with).
The example they gave was hiding broccoli in macaroni and cheese to which I wondered out loud "but what do I hide the macaroni and cheese in?"
With our profoundly picky eater rejecting almost all things meat and vegetable and most of the dairy family, we tried every trick in the standard play book. People offered the same judgmental advice that they, in our shoes, would just keep feeding the kid the same meal until he eats it.

The implication was that we were too accommodating or spineless to stand up to our kid when it came to food. Other people suggested that more creativity might entice our child to eat more and different foods.

These usually well-intentioned people couldn't understand the fear and grief that I felt seeing my child's too-slim form. They didn't understand that I would try and do anything that might help. They also didn't understand the terror that shone from his eyes when presented with new food. They hadn't sat at our hours-long tabletop stalemates nor watched their child throw up all of the night's dinner after finally conceding to just one bite.

With no clear direction for addressing this food situation, I gave up. We fed whatever we could in as large a quantity as would be tolerated. With a fruit and grain based diet, there was no way to supply adequate calories (much less nutrients). We gave daily vitamins and bought orange juice with supplemental calcium. But with a long look, any one could tell that we were barely maintaining present weight with growth.

It didn't feel like we could keep waiting for this "stage" to be outgrown- if it ever would be, but what was the next step?

Then one day, the phone rang. My friend met someone whose child had successfully completed treatment at a feeding clinic and had overcome his staunch food aversions. While I was afraid our situation wouldn't be big enough to draw medical concern, I had to act. Even a slight chance that we might find help was worth pursuing.

A long and detailed paperwork process preceded our assessment visit yesterday. Even during the assessment, I was frightened that we were about to be turned away and told (yet again) that our child's disordered eating was the product of weak and unimaginative parenting.

Instead the assessment team of a psychologist, dietician, speech therapist, and occupational therapist noticed things about our child's eating that I had not ever seen. Unlike us, they readily identified causes (physiological and psychological) and know techniques to address his physical, emotional, and nutritional needs.

It isn't a quick fix. Like most childhood therapies, it depends on the efforts of all stakeholders over many months. But it is so wonderful to find that our long-term quagmire is familiar and manageable territory to others. It is good to think that families meals may soon be shared (rather than short-order) and without conflict or a sense of parenting failure.

I suspect most readers will not relate to this specific situation, but I write in hopes that the few who understand all too well might also find some new answers. A Google search for pediatric feeding clinic can show offerings in your area, but many of the clinics offer more intensive programs for people who live out of the region. Families travel to our clinic from out-of-state and even out-of-country.

 If this sounds like your family, please realize that you do not have to battle this problem alone.

***Baby Toolkit is the rambling story of two geek parents. We have no fiscal interest in pediatric feeding clinics and receive no compensation for this post (our clinic is unaware of this post). We are however, Amazon affiliates, so purchasing through our Amazon links defrays our modest operating costs. Thanks!

Dinsdag, 30 Julie 2013

Conserve Your Energy (and Your Home's) with Bathroom Fan Timers & DewStop Condensation Sensor

Earlier this summer, I finally noticed a pattern in my evening routine. At the end of a long day, after climbing into bed and settling my head on the pillow, a mechanical growling would emerge from the house's nighttime quiet.

Someone left a bathroom fan running and, for all I wanted to ignore it, our climate-controlled air was being siphoned off into the night (and had been for hours). I could either try to ignore the situation (though it felt as wasteful as leaving the fridge door open all night) or get out of bed and turn it off.

A separate trip to the hardware store brought me to the solution: a bathroom fan timer (Pass & Seymour's 7 Button Timer, ~$30). With an engineer dad and a teacher mom, I have been involved in home maintenance and improvements from an early age. The timer switch installation didn't seem much different than replacing a regular light switch, so I bought a model with automatic shut-off after 1, 5, 10, 15, 30, or 60 minutes.

With the kids napping and Dad on the phone, I installed the timer in our highest traffic bathroom.

Almost immediately, I noticed far fewer trips into the bathroom to turn the fan on or off. The kids liked using this switch, so they were happy to deploy it as needed (which had not been the case before), and the fan reliably turned itself off. Jim liked it so much that he asked that I put one in the downstairs bathroom.

The next day, GTR Technologies Inc. contacted us about reviewing their DewStop condensation-sensing fan switch with automatic shut-off. I had never heard of such a switch, but it seemed quite appropriate for a basement bathroom where the shower is used regularly.

DewStop (in center,with blue light) installed between
existing light switch and outlet. Top panel has sensor and LED,
middle button is manual on, and lowest button is manual off.
They sent me the DewStop FS-100 (presently selling for about $48 on Amazon). The installation was almost identical to the timer switch I had already installed. It took me less than half an hour from start to finish (the switch is in a multi-switch junction box, so it took me a little longer to arrange all the wiring and the switch controls into the box and level the switch so it fit under the face plate.

Now, if someone starts showering without the fan on, the switch activates the fan when the humidity reaches it. Our bathroom is long and narrow with the shower and fan at opposite ends of the room and the shower has doors rather than a curtain. This architecture means some humidity accumulates in the shower stall before the fan activates.The humidity is minimal, and dissipates soon after the fan is triggered. Also, the occupant can manually switch the fan on before taking a shower. As when the fan is triggered by the sensor, the timer will turn the fan off after 30 minutes. Both the DewStop and the variable timer have manual off buttons.

The condensation sensor seems most valuable in a bathroom where teens or adults regularly shower. Foggy mirrors and damp walls could be mostly avoided (distance between the switch and the shower may mean a little fog on the mirror right after showering). Jim observes that the switch is great for a guest bathroom because guests won't have to remember to start the fan.

We really like both timed switches. I'm always a little surprised when I realize that the run-time interval has already passed (whether it's 5 minutes upstairs or 30 downstairs). I hate to think how long the fans were previously left running before we turned them off. I can't speak to energy savings as I installed them at the beginning of this heat wave, but I'm sure the fans are running less with the timed switches (even with a 30 minute duration).

And, best of all, when I climb in bed at night, if I hear a ventilation fan running, I know it will turn itself off without my assistance. I love automation.

***Baby Toolkit is the collected reflections and independent opinions of some geek parents in the middle Midwest. Though we know one end of a screwdriver from the other, we're not electricians. While we received a free DewStop from GTR, we're under no obligation to mention it on the blog (much less say anything nice). We have no financial relationship with GTR or Pass & Seymour. We are Amazon affiliates, so a portion of purchases through our links helps cover the blog's overhead. We also podcast about board games at GreatBigTable.com.

Vrydag, 07 Junie 2013

Keeping on Track: Log Medicine Doses on the Bottle

I taped this label above the pharmacy label.
In the past year, our household has taken more medicine than ever. It seems at least one of our kids has needed a course of medication at least once a month for the past calendar year.

This is a lot for my tired mind to manage, so I've stolen and consolidated a number of smart tips from Parent Hacks. Now, I reveal to you our household's approach to medications.

I put a blank mailing label, post-it, or piece of paper on the actual medication. I don't ever cover the Rx label with anything I can't easily remove. I write the dosing instructions in easily read letters on either the bottle or the top of the paper (Sharpies don't work on all bottles- especially cold ones).

On the bottle or paper I keep a log (day, date, and time) of doses given.

I used to keep a separate log on the front of the fridge, but I always forgot to update it when I gave the dose. Now, I have the log in-hand as soon as I grab the bottle.

The on-board log makes it a lot easier for others to track, avoids double-dosing, and travels with the medicine automatically. It also keeps things clearer when more than one kid needs medicine (I then write their name on the sheet too).

How do you organize your household's medicines?

***Baby Toolkit is a stream-of-consciousness parenting-related log written by a geek couple from the almost-rural suburbs on a big, blue spinning planet about 93 million miles from the Sun. We are affiliated with the Sun (as users) and with Amazon.com (as affiliates). We are also podcasting about board games at GreatBigTable.com.

Woensdag, 05 Junie 2013

The Transit of Venus! Happening very soon!

Pinhole viewer: great for crowds
Venus is about to cross between us and the sun. It won't be an eclipse as Venus is tiny compared to our central star, but- with the proper viewing equipment (don't blind yourself looking at the actual sun)- you can be among the seventh group of people in recorded history to see this cosmic event.

Google to find a local viewing site. You have until sundown (if you're in the US)- unless you want to wait until the next occurrence in 2117 (which will require some hardcore health innovations or a time machine).

This is only the SEVENTH viewing opportunity since the first astronomer recorded sighting it in 1639! Captain Cook sailed halfway around the world in hopes of seeing it.

Be there and be rare.

***Baby Toolkit is in a hurry. Amazon affiliated, etc. See previous post for full disclaimers.

Woensdag, 22 Mei 2013

Teacher gifts: Have a sweet summer!

To show our appreciation to the people who helped Ranger have great first year in Kindergarten, I printed some clip art on card stock so Ranger could make thank you notes.

As with our Thanks-a-latte teacher gifts, we tucked in a small value gift card. This time we chose Sonic (a modern take on the ice-cream drive-in complete with roller-skating car hops) because of its summery menu.

Ranger wanted to give thank yous to his "specials" instructors (art, music, library) as well as his classroom teacher, aide, and bus driver. When I thought about it, those people will probably be a part of his education for years to come and they probably aren't often remembered at holidays or the end of the year. He ended up writing the same simple message over a half dozen times and we ran out of time to color the all the cards.

Next year I will print the line art first, then have him write his message and color the card. Then I'll scan and print the completed card for all the recipients which he can personalize and sign individually.

I also wrote a note in the cover of each card to let the teacher know how much Jim and I appreciated his or her efforts during the year.

I hope they like ice cream.

***Baby Toolkit is a free-flowing dialogue on parenting with a couple of Midwestern geeks. We're Amazon affiliates, so if you make purchases through our Amazon links, you are contributing to our quest to build a giant baking soda volcano (or some other delinquent nonsense).

Maandag, 29 April 2013

All Bottled Up: Safe Battery Disposal

With growing concern about button battery ingestion, I thought I would post this incredibly obvious simple hack for battery disposal.

While this solution doesn't address the problems of button batteries while in use in everything from greeting cards to remote controls to toys, it does keep the old batteries corralled until they can be recycled or disposed of properly (call your local solid waste district or trash service for more information).

We drop our dead batteries in a child-safe vitamin container, and put the containers out of the kids' reach. I relabel the containers solely for my own amusement (Do you do this? Maybe we should start a Pinterest board).

The filled container is deposited at our wonderful local recycling facility (which accepts a broad array of batteries in a co-mingled bin).

Not only does this hack keep our batteries away from our little kids and out of the solid waste stream, it also means that batteries outside the bottles are easily identifiable as fresh.


***Baby Toolkit is a frontrunner in observing the obvious and the ridiculous in parenting. It is written by two geek parents presently enjoying a Fall-like Spring somewhere slightly above the Mason-Dixon line. Although we make no links in this post, we are admittedly Amazon affiliates, so a portion of purchases made through our Amazon links fuel our pipe dreams of owning a bathtub with a water slide (thank you!). Our actual voices (and sordid secrets) can be heard on our board gaming podcast GreatBigTable.com.

Woensdag, 24 April 2013

Now in Stereo*: We Launch a Boardgames Podcast at GreatBigTable.com

Jim and I have been talking about boardgames for decades, so it's about time we start inviting others to the conversation. While we'll still post written reviews on boardgames here on Baby Toolkit, we just issued our first episode of Great Big Table- our podcast about introducing more people to the boardgaming hobby.  We'll definitely be discussing gaming with our kids and families there, but we're also talking about some community gaming we do with friends, family, coworkers, and at church.

If you have gaming group or are thinking about starting one, please join in this new conversation. If you just want to hear how goony we sound when speaking or some of the conversational torment we like to dish out, well, there's that too.

The podcasts are free and can be individually downloaded  or by subscription. We're not on iTunes yet, but that should happen shortly.

If you have better things to do with your time, we aren't surprised, but sometimes you need to egregiously waste time to really see its value.

*Actually, I think it's mono, so the listener on the left has identical mental loss to the listener seated on the right.

***Baby Toolkit remains the written meanderings of a couple geek parents. Not only are we affiliated with GreatBigTable.com, we ARE GreatBigTable.com.

Sondag, 14 April 2013

Smart phone and tablet


An industry official has stated that smart phone and tablet users in the UK have been making the most of mobile broadband services through downloads.

It has been claimed that the huge demand in mobile downloads amongst users of smart phones and tablets has taken mobile broadband providers by surprise, with many stating that they were not expecting such demand for services in such as short period of time. The availability and popularity of smart phones and tablets has resulted in more and more people using mobile broadband services, and this demand has surprised the industry.

Over the past twelve months the demand for mobile broadband is said to have soared as more people carry out downloads on their tablets and their smart phones. The major growth over the past twelve months was unexpected according to one industry official. He stated: “I think the providers have been slightly surprised by the amount of bandwidth that people are consuming and we’ve seen that change over the past year in terms of terms and conditions and the tariffs.”

The sale of smart phone and tablets is set to continue increased, with more and more people getting their hands on the latest smart phone or one of the tablets on the market. The level of streaming media will also increased in line with this, which will see the demand for mobile broadband continue to increase.

This could spell bad news for mobile broadband users who rely on these services for business, as the increase in demand means that capacity will be squeezed further, and until 4G services are rolled out this could cause a lower quality service for users. Source

Vrydag, 12 April 2013

Replacing paper with tablets -paperless, save money, countless resources


A month ago, Scarborough councillors voted to go the paperless route after much deliberation. As a result of their discussions, a proposal to provide fifty councillors from the east coast of Yorkshire with their own tablets for official use was drafted and subsequently submitted. Numerous studies have found that going paperless will save money and countless resources in the long run.

Now a decision has been reached, and the councillors have voted in favor of getting the tablets.

The Counservative-led council asserted that replacing paper with tablets would save £10,000 a year in printing and postage costs. Members also insisted that having these devices would be cheaper than getting laptop or desktop PCs which will cost about £12,000 per year.

However, not everyone agreed with the decision. Independent councillor Janet Jefferson, who voted against the plan, said: “I don’t think public money should be used in this way. We all have our own computers or are facilitated by the council with a laptop. I think if we do find we want them we can buy them ourselves.”

Ian Anderson, who is Scarborough Borough Council’s head of legal and support services, stated: “The council is always looking at providing efficient methods of communication. The provision of this equipment will radically cut down on the production of paper agendas, which includes printing and postage costs, and will provide a more efficient way for councillors to work.” Source

Donderdag, 11 April 2013

Sopan Santun Menggunakan iPad


Cobalah bersikap cuek. Anggap saja menggunakan iPad di kendaraan umum seperti busway merupakan kewajaran. Tapi tentu saja jangan berlebihan ketika menggunakan iPad.

Mengecek email di iPad tentu hal wajar. Tapi hindari teriak histeris ketika asyik bermain “Angry Birds” di dalam busway. Tentu itu akan membuat tatapan ke Anda semakin bertambah, tentu saja tatapan sinis yang berpikir Anda norak.

Jangan sombong ketika ada orang yang mencoba bertanya kepada Anda mengenai tablet yang Anda gunakan. Apalagi jika Anda menggunakan tablet selain iPad, yang tidak biasa terlihat. Tentu pertanyaan mengenai harga dan spesifikasi dari orang-orang yang penasaran akan wajar kalau terlontar dari orang di samping Anda.

Masih ingat kejadian Arifinto, anggota DPR dari Partai Keadilan Sejahtera. Kalau ingat, tentu Anda tidak ingin seperti Arifinto yang tertangkap kamera sedang melihat situs porno saat rapat paripurna DPR dari tabletnya.

Karena itu, penting juga bagi Anda untuk sekali-kali membersihkan history. Jadi, Anda akan terhindar membuka situs yang tidak layak dibuka di tempat umum, yang tentu saja akan memalukan Anda.

Layar tablet Anda yang menyala di ruangan gelap tentu akan mengganggu orang lain. Cobalah tahan kebiasaan mengecek tablet, setidaknya selama 120 menit ke depan. Belajarlah menghargai orang lain dibanding menuruti kebiasaan Anda.

Tablet seperti iPad tentu bisa membantu Anda dalam melakukan presentasi di rapat. Tapi, jika Anda asyik bermain iPad dan tidak mendengarkan orang yang sedang berbicara di hadapan Anda, tentu itu bukan sikap yang layak dan dianggap tidak sopan. Source

Dinsdag, 09 April 2013

The Hunger Games


The Hunger Games [Kindle Edition]

Starred Review. Reviewed by Megan Whalen Turner If there really are only seven original plots in the world, it's odd that boy meets girl is always mentioned, and society goes bad and attacks the good guy never is. Yet we have Fahrenheit 451, The Giver, The House of the Scorpion—and now, following a long tradition of Brave New Worlds, The Hunger Games. Collins hasn't tied her future to a specific date, or weighted it down with too much finger wagging. Rather less 1984 and rather more Death Race 2000, hers is a gripping story set in a postapocalyptic world where a replacement for the United States demands a tribute from each of its territories: two children to be used as gladiators in a televised fight to the death.Katniss, from what was once Appalachia, offers to take the place of her sister in the Hunger Games, but after this ultimate sacrifice, she is entirely focused on survival at any cost. It is her teammate, Peeta, who recognizes the importance of holding on to one's humanity in such inhuman circumstances. It's a credit to Collins's skill at characterization that Katniss, like a new Theseus, is cold, calculating and still likable. She has the attributes to be a winner, where Peeta has the grace to be a good loser.It's no accident that these games are presented as pop culture. Every generation projects its fear: runaway science, communism, overpopulation, nuclear wars and, now, reality TV. The State of Panem—which needs to keep its tributaries subdued and its citizens complacent—may have created the Games, but mindless television is the real danger, the means by which society pacifies its citizens and punishes those who fail to conform. Will its connection to reality TV, ubiquitous today, date the book? It might, but for now, it makes this the right book at the right time. What happens if we choose entertainment over humanity? In Collins's world, we'll be obsessed with grooming, we'll talk funny, and all our sentences will end with the same rise as questions. When Katniss is sent to stylists to be made more telegenic before she competes, she stands naked in front of them, strangely unembarrassed. They're so unlike people that I'm no more self-conscious than if a trio of oddly colored birds were pecking around my feet, she thinks. In order not to hate these creatures who are sending her to her death, she imagines them as pets. It isn't just the contestants who risk the loss of their humanity. It is all who watch. Katniss struggles to win not only the Games but the inherent contest for audience approval. Because this is the first book in a series, not everything is resolved, and what is left unanswered is the central question. Has she sacrificed too much? We know what she has given up to survive, but not whether the price was too high. Readers will wait eagerly to learn more. Megan Whalen Turner is the author of the Newbery Honor book The Thief and its sequels, The Queen of Attolia and The King of Attolia. The next book in the series will be published by Greenwillow in 2010. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Grade 7 Up -In a not-too-distant future, the United States of America has collapsed, weakened by drought, fire, famine, and war, to be replaced by Panem, a country divided into the Capitol and 12 districts. Each year, two young representatives from each district are selected by lottery to participate in The Hunger Games. Part entertainment, part brutal intimidation of the subjugated districts, the televised games are broadcasted throughout Panem as the 24 participants are forced to eliminate their competitors, literally, with all citizens required to watch. When 16-year-old Katniss's young sister, Prim, is selected as the mining district's female representative, Katniss volunteers to take her place. She and her male counterpart, Peeta, the son of the town baker who seems to have all the fighting skills of a lump of bread dough, will be pitted against bigger, stronger representatives who have trained for this their whole lives. Collins's characters are completely realistic and sympathetic as they form alliances and friendships in the face of overwhelming odds; the plot is tense, dramatic, and engrossing. This book will definitely resonate with the generation raised on reality shows like 'Survivor' and 'American Gladiator.' Book one of a planned trilogy.Jane Henriksen Baird, Anchorage Public Library, AK Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. Source

Maandag, 08 April 2013

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Easy and Fun to use. Can put in a big bag. Source

Sondag, 07 April 2013

Asus Eee Pad Transformer PRIME 10.1-Inch TF201 Tablet


Custom designed for your precious Asus Eee Pad Transformer PRIME 10.1-Inch TF201 Tablet, this case features a combination of functionality and style. The premium quality GENUINE leather boosts a classy look; premium quality no-scratch micro suede interior adds comfort and an additional layer of protection; detachable inner sleeve for handheld operation; sleeve reattaches to folio by velcro for landscape or portrait viewing; magnetic flap closure; access to all ports and controls. Well built to protect your tablet for the years to come. NOTE: This product is sold exclusively by BSCstore. Only buy from BSCstore to get genuine MoKo(TM) products and superb customer service. MoKo is registered trademark of BSCstore and is exclusively distributed by BSCstore on Amazon. MoKo trademark is protected by US Trademark Law.

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Saterdag, 06 April 2013

ASUS Eee Pad Transformer TF101-B1


As usual Android users (and more intense users of the possibilities of the Android OS) I was the first GUI, the user interface so pleased. It's all the way to my Defy, just a tad bigger.

The reactions of capacitive Bildschirms were carried out at 99% directly and without delay, ie the performance of the two Tegra chips is well utilized here, although possibly at the various Android apps still needs to improve a little.

The processing of my device is perfect, no adhesive residue, as some had home here. But I'm also a unit of the B70 series, he, it certainly has a later revision.

I write straight on the dock, which is an extremely useful extension of the tab, and I am more than convinced of this, the full area metal finish around the buttons looks classy and sturdy. USB and SD card readers are also highly useful especially HERE ALSO WORK.

Have been able to watch movies from the external 320 GB drive.
The buttons on the docks of the same size as on my EEE 1000H, so my netbook. Therefore, the write "comfortable" nothing new for me. It can be written indisputably better than onscreen, but a full-size keyboard is probably even more comfortable but wait the moment you can connect from.

The battery life is very good compared with my smartphone, while my habs Sufstunden (and there were already some 4-6 hours) never got below 50%, without a dock by the way, but with brightness at level 5 (of 12).

The dock charges the way to the Tabinternen battery, ie The tab nuzt not have the energy for the operation of the dock also recharges itself over here only to myself, which I think is VERY good, even if it is associated with energy losses (load operations have nunmal in itself). So you can, the tab if it was docked, always take with guaranteed full charge from the dock, and this will depend first on the charger you get more durable portability, since the tab when I prop myself never to the can needs.

The plastic backs huh ... so I think it look very pretty, though would be "something metallic" was of course still edeler but the frame is metal, the back I see rarely, it saves weight if it is plastic. I do not think so bad that it is "only" plastic.

Dockeinrast The device looks very stable way, so should be sufficient to withstand the many docking operations.

Oh, the display the wide viewing angle is fantastic, and better ... wow ... so the colors at full brightness, there is enormous ... YOU can look like the photos  contrast are fantastic ( and after sampling, according notebookcheck.de as the iPad) and the brightness is absolutely fine. Neither LightBleeding (too bright / LEDs produce halo around the screen) is still too dark. Source

Vrydag, 05 April 2013

ARCHOS 101 Internet Tablet 8GB


Good price / performance, I have a tablet for a week now and a lot of testing. I think I can therefore judge the product. Many compare the product with the iPad, which makes the insights but something is broken, as the Android operating system works quite differently than the Mac world. One should not compare two different operating systems together, so here I discuss only the technical stuff. I also think that Android has many advantages over the Mac. This was also the reason why I've bought this tablet.  I also own an iPad.

Tablet for yourself:
+ The Archos has a few ports such as USB or HDMI. His memory can be expanded with a MicroSD card. This all goes with the iPad not what a student is a little annoying if you want to transfer files via USB. Before now, but will protest: This is of course a matter of opinion, but an advantage to have NO USB input, there are no guarantees.
+ The battery life is very very good. After 12 hours of use I arrived at 5% (Wi-Fi always on). The shutdown of the tablet is not necessary because it is in standby (darken the screen) is eating almost no power.
+ The pad responds well to my commands. Some write here the opposite, but I think it's just a matter of practice if you have never used a capacitive touchscreen.
+ The performance is great. I have yet another Android pad, but this is faster wide (despite its that I just paid a lot for the other). Videos are really good and fluid, and the player plays from liquid rock. I had previously seen only in a few pads. And certainly not in the price range
+ The stand is a "WOW" effect. It is tiring to constantly keep a pad in his hand. By foot you can sit there comfortably as you see best. If the pad is not even used, so the foot can also intended to use as a digital picture frame.The built-in function for this is really great
+ Of course, this goes for all Android operating systems: But the selection of apps is huge. You can adjust the pad as you want it. If one player does not like the gallery, invites you down a new one. If one does not like the keyboard, no problem. There are thousands. It is therefore not dependent on use what is installed from the start. That's the positive side of an open operating system. This is not the iPad. You can only install this new apps that do not change but the handling.
+ Skype works great, thanks to the built-in webcam.

I could list many things, but I think that's enough for a general overview.
Here, briefly, what is not so pretty:
- The display is angle dependent. If we get it wrong, then the image is too dark. This is the iPad, too, but the Archos something stronger. For myself, no problem, as I look on it anyway from the front (like most people)
- The display reflects. But this is the disease of all pads. The iPad is reflected even more, which is the main reason for me not to take him outside. When the Archos but keeps within

All in all, I think that my money is well spent at the pad. It runs really well and I think so far nothing that should make it worse than the original. The Android software gives it even a plus.
Strong buy recommendation from me! Source

Woensdag, 03 April 2013

Acer Iconia Tab A500-10S16u Tablet


The Iconia in daily use, I have the tab for several days now in personal commitment. About the various advantages and disadvantages of the technical equipment has already written much about the well 3.0.1 is not currently updated Honeycomb and the associated problems. I will limit myself to personal impressions and experiences in daily use of the tab.

WLAN reception: - No problems for me. For me, a cheap router is in the house and I also have three rooms away yet immaculate reception (50%) at the same table in the office.

Display: - My display has no errors and is primarily indoors, the picture is clear and rich in contrast and the colors are brilliant dar. overall I could not say that I could rotate the tab from a rope - maybe there are better displays, but is thein daily use really play such a role? If you message not always flush with the scraps you have on display anyway Fingertips that cloud the brilliance.Who cares should applaud a film about it - this reduces (depending on the film) wegbekommen supposedly this problem, but it never. For me it is the only not so dramatic (and film) - if I have too many valor on it, I just simply wipe the screen briefly (with the included cloth) from, so I'm sure but no head.

Outdoor: - Of course you can / should we sit down with the tab not the case that one of the sun in the back and it just seems to display. Then you can still see very little - I think that is logical and therefore no real criticism - no tab will play there. Hovering the tab in the shade, although there are occasional reflections (depending on how you hold it), you can use it without problems.I've used different games and e-reader, without me after prolonged use, the eye doctor had.

Battery: The battery lasts m.M. very long. I also have an Android smartphone - here I must at the latest after 24 h of electricity (even without much use times). The tab has (see surfing, games, e-Reader, images, constantly connected with wireless Internet) at 5-6 h of continuous use and 48 hours without turning off (in standby when not in use) is still almost 30% battery capacity. Charging is also quite fixed (2-3 h). These are values ??that are for me personally more than adequate and satisfactory. Of course one should keep various battery-eating apps in mind and also actively take care of the "Battery Management" by killing senseless power hogs. Activate the flight mode and turning on only when needed to help the wireless ever in principle to extend the battery life.

No 3G: Find open wireless access points are now already in many places. The tab recognizes this and I have had no problems also, get into various open wireless networks. If no WLAN is available, I still have my Android-powered smartphone, with which I can provide at any time via a wireless tethering.Here too, everything works without problems and the tab is immediately in my personal network. For me, the lack of 3G is therefore not a criticism - quite the contrary. The tab is thus cheaper to buy it and fall for me at no additional cost for daily use. Who the comfort of your own 3G access would have on the tab will wait for the 3G version, and thus certainly be happy.

Weight / Handling: Yes, the thing weighs three quarters of a kilogram. This is evident in the long run, of course, and sooner or later you have to support themselves somehow. Question is whether the ev-600g with a tab for only a few minutes later, just as is, and whether this is such a crucial factor in fact that might influence the purchase? I find the tab control at your fingertips, it is of course a matter of habit. Whether the tab is now one of "heavy", or another is to keep better, well need to decide for themselves. The hands / fingers / power of each individual are different and therefore the subjective impressions that each individual gains for himself the daily handling of the tab.

Conclusion: The purchase decision was correct. For me, this tab is the ideal blend of smart phone and laptop. What is too small and awkward on the phone (eg, reading and writing with the virtual keyboard, surfing on non-customized pages), Tab works splendidly.
Although a laptop is also intended for mobile use, to transport and especially for me, "Couch-appropriate" and also more difficult because a lot heavier, bigger and more complicated in use (eg not so long battery life). My Iconia I can always take it easy and surf, check email, read eBooks and if I feel like it, play high quality games. The price is m.M. justified - whether you need a tablet, or it looks just as expensive toys?Also has to decide individually.Source

Samsung Galaxy Tab



Although the Galaxy tab yet equipped with a single-core and is therefore, not like its two bigger brothers, who come sometime this year on the market run, with the Android operating system 3.0. However, the new Galaxy Tabs would be with 8.9 or 10.1 inch too big for me.
I was looking for a way to go traveling times to the Internet or watch one or the other video. Handiness was therefore important premise.
The Samsung i9000 is undoubtedly excellent but this principle also suitable, but just very tricky, since much smaller than the Galaxy Tab
The Galaxy Tab fulfilled my expectations completely. Videos are different, as it was partially maintained, liquid even at high resolutions. Surfing is also much faster by hand than with the smartphone. Lag or "Hakeleien" I have not noticed before.
That the camera can not compete with that of current smartphones, I do not mind, because that I have the i9000 always there for emergencies and the Camera tab of the Galaxy is always sufficient.
For me, the only slight criticism: you can not replace the battery. It seems, however, soon to be standard. In the iPhone 4 is also no such possibility.
It is quite a lot has been written on this tab, so I want to leave it with a concluding sentence:
The Galaxy Tab is for me the perfect solution to bridge the gap between smartphone and laptop.
5 stars! Source

MOTOROLA XOOM Tablet Review


Now, after two weeks I've gained a very positive impression of Xoom. My copy is solid and accurate, I am very satisfied. The monitor is for the lateral viewing angle is not quite as good as some of the iPad 2 (the 1st I do not know), but that's the only thing in my view.The way I Xoom use the monitor is perfect, and if one wants to watch sometimes, that's still quite good, and he can even bend a little closer to the central view.

The software and hardware harmonize very well together, the device is snappy and responds to all inputs and spontaneous gestures. USB port, Bluetooth, Flash, Firefox Fennec and other amenities are just a strong case, one needs no iTunes, no Windows and no OSx. And with the SD memory slot will soon be available without end, it just fits everything together. The charging plug is indeed really petite, but still get the broken probably just as gross motor skills. The charger will actually burn very hot, but you can definitely do not mind. The charge time for a nearly full battery is pleasantly short.

Amazed me was the WiFi sensitivity, it is better than my ThinkPad. 3G worked right away as it should be.

The battery life was the first battery charge during intensive use Video/3G/Wlan/GPS after 3 hours at 60%. After several charges, this value is improved, and if the first course, very intensive use has been normalized, you should easily reach 80-10 hours of run time. So real use is meant in the standby mode, the process will take many times longer.

Crashes are the exception, for me it only concerned itself twice Android (automatic reboot), and one or two times an application. However, I had the Xoom it also pretty stressed out: Market-installation, GPS search, download 3G, Music Player etc., and then it stalls the download. In normal operation, otherwise it runs smoothly and without flaws.

I know of no reason for a point deduction, so the highest rating.Source

HP touchpad


Have now been 3 weeks an HP touchpad and am completely satisfied.

Web OS runs fine with multitasking, the apps now appearing gradually (10 to 15 per day) run smoothly, the performance is good to very good. Even the kids have their fun with the games.

What is very positive:

- Multitasking: that's really super successful
- Battery life: every 2 days to the grid, if you're not constantly watching videos
- Display: clear, bright and clearly visible from the side
- Sound: Very good sound quality, the HP Beats Audio
- Synergy: All email accounts together in one inbox. Setup is a matter of seconds
- Just type function: direct entry - no matter what - on the surface and it is looking for it everywhere, Hp touchpad internally and externally about all sorts of search engines that add automatically when you would like the
- Boot: I use the machine every day and had not even been rebooted for the OS update - a total of only a single time since I did it
- No closed system like Apple
- Surf works easily go over mobile wireless hotspot

What we needed to work on:

- Number of good and necessary apps, but there is one on a good path. Many German-language have been added the last days SOURCE

Archos Tablet 8 GB Review

Got the new Archos yesterday, before the Galaxy + Ipad've tried.
+ + Works perfectly fast enough.
+ Diplay völig enough.
+ More easily than others
+ Battery have enough now for hours (about 5) tested with w-lan and another 40%

- Comes with Android 2.1, 2.2 should be submitted
- No Android Market, just down version
+ (It is, Google is your friend, but upgraded by apk - work)

'm Very happy, just the right size for relaxed reading and surfing, I do not need more for your home.

Update 01/11:
Meanwhile on Android 2.2. upgraded to the 12/10 part of Ergänzugspatch running now, actually does everything I want.
Continue to be very satisfied, for the unbeatable price. Source

Woensdag, 20 Maart 2013

Crossing the Rubicon: Living in the After

All smiles: the same week we discovered the need for surgery.
Transformational experiences sometimes appear out of nowhere, blindsiding us into new realities. Other times, they appear like distant comets- tiny specks in telescopes that hurtle in predictable trajectories until they appear enormous over our heads.

Our youngest's premature birth blindsided us, so we didn't take much note of the comet of her birth defects when it faintly blinked in the distant darkness.

Now, one craniofacial reconstruction later, we are watching the comet trail away. Breathing easier knowing that it didn't smash into us, but wondering if or when it might make a return trip.

It's hard to rejoin life (already in progress). Our trip to the children's hospital left every one of our children with new needs. The backlog of unfinished business only grew while we were away. We are different after intense fear and bittersweet months of trying to savor each moment with our kids.

When we started the process of this surgery back in October, I knew we were crossing a Rubicon; the decisions we made would be irreversible. But I thought we were Caesar commanding the troops into battle. Now I feel more like the troops running across the bridge with the heat of flames burning our necks.

Our daughter is doing well. Her expert surgical team dealt deftly with unforeseen changes in her condition and a potentially catastrophic emergency during surgery.

Despite the rarity of her medical situation, we feel lucky. Fortunate to be surrounded by wonderful communities, astounding medical options, and the generosity of friends and strangers. Most of all, we are thankful that our daughter, with all her humor and vigor, remains with us.

A special thank you to the anonymous people who donated the 2 units of negative rh blood (which we don't have to donate) that now circulate through her little body. According to her geneticist, the blood is now becoming her own after two weeks, but for over two weeks, your blood has been fueling her heart and body. Our appreciation is overwhelming, and I cannot sufficiently express our gratitude that you donated.

We are all here, but our world, though so good, has become somewhat unfamiliar. Please excuse us if we seem a little tongue-tied and keeping glancing at sky.

***Baby Toolkit is the story of two geek parents navigating an ever-expanding universe with their three wonderful and complicated kids. All opinions are our own.

Saterdag, 02 Maart 2013

Harga Tablet 2013 - Harga Tablet Android

Suka dan ingat tablet yang os nya Android? Sudahkah menentukan pilihan untuk membeli tablet? bagi anda yang suka Table android berikut ada info bagus.Sudah banyak vendor-vendor terkemuka meluncurkan Tablet Android yang diprediksi bakal mendominasi tahun 2012 ini dalam duni gadget. Saat ini sudah ada tablet Acer Iconia, Tablet Advan Vandroid, AHA Pad, Apple iPad2, Archos, Asus EeePad, Axio Picopad. Harga Tablet Android 2013 sebagai berikut :

Acer Iconia A101 8GB    
3.800.000
   
NVidia Tegra 2 Dual Core 1GHz, Memory 1GB RAM, 8GB storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, 7inch WSVGA LCD capacitive touchscreen, Android 3.2 Honeycomb

Acer Iconia A500 16GB    
4.000.000
   
Android 3.0 (Honeycomb), 1 GB DDR2, 16GB, 10.1 WXGA 1280 x 800, 802.11 b/g/n WiFi (802.11n 2.4 GHz only), Bluetooth 2.1+EDR, Main camera : 5M Camera with flash lights, MicroSD memory card up to 32G (SDHC 2.0 compatible), Micro USB 2.0 type B for Client, USB 2.0 Host, Capacitive Multi-Touch Screen (Real 4 touch, up to 10), Function buttons, Side (mechanical key), WiFi SKU : Broadcom stand alone, USB Cable, Charger + Plug, QSG, Tegra 250 Dual cortex A9, 1.0 GHz, G-Sensors, E-Compass, L Sensor, Gyro-meter

Acer Iconia A500 32GB    
4.800.000

   
Nvidia Tegra 250 1Ghz, 1GB RAM, 32GB Flash Memory, 10.1inch WXGA Touch Screen, HDMI, 1x Port USB, Wifi, Bluetooth, Non 3G, 5MP rear Camera with autofocus and LED Flash, 2MP Front Camera, GPS, Micro SD Slot, Android 3.0 HoneyComb, Batt 3260mAh

Acer Iconia A501 3G 16GB    
5.000.000

   
Tegra 2 T20 chipset Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 proccessor, Memory 1GB DDR2 RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, 10.1inch LCD capacitive touchscreen, Android 3.0 Honeycomb
Acer Iconia A501 3G 32GB    
5.800.000

   
Tegra 2 T20 chipset Dual-core 1GHz ARM Cortex-A9 proccessor, Memory 1GB DDR2 RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, 10.1inch LCD capacitive touchscreen, Android 3.0 Honeycomb
Acer Iconia W500    
5.400.000
   

AMD C-50 1Ghz, 2GB DDR3, 32GB SSD, 10.1inch HD Crystalbrite, AMD Radeon HD 6250, Bluetooth, Wifi, Camera, Card Reader, Win 7 Home Premium
Advan Vandroid T1C    
2.100.000

   
Qualcomm 600Mhz, 512MB, 3.5G / HSDPA, SMS, Call, Slot Micro SD, Camera 2MP, G-Sensor, Wifi, 7inch LCD Capacitive Touch Screen, Android 2.2 Froyo
Advan Vandroid T2    
1.500.000

   
Cortex A8 1GHZ, LCD 7inch Touchscreen Resistif, multitouch, RAM 2x256MB , Camera 2MP, Wi-Fi Only (Tidak bisa Telepon & SMS), Micro SD Slot (Support up to 32GB), USB 2.0 (mini USB), HDMI Port, support HD VIDEO
Advan Vandroid T4    
1.900.000

   
Android 2,3 Gingerbread, Cortex A8 1 Ghz, Internal memory 4 gb, External Memory UP 32 Gb, Layar 8,4 capasitive screen, wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Camera 2MP camera, G Sensor, Suport :3D Games, usb 2.0, Mini HDMI support
AHA AHA Pad    
3.000.000

   
Qualcomm QSD8650 Snapdragon 1Ghz, Android OS 2.2 Froyo, RAM 512 MB, NAND Flash 512 MB, Memori Internal 4 GB, Layar sentuh kapasitif 7 inchi, 262K warna, Kamera 3.2 MP
AHA Cool Pad    
2.600.000

   
Qualcomm MSM7627-0-T (800MHz), Android OS 2.2 Froyo, RAM 512 MB, ROM 512 MB, Layar sentuh kapasitif 7 inchi, 262K warna, Kamera 5 MP
Apple iPad2 WiFi 16GB    
5.100.000

   
1Ghz A5 Dual Core Processor, 16 GB, 9.7 widescreen display, 802.11bgn, 720p HD Rear Facing Camera - VGA Front camera
Apple iPad2 Wifi 16GB 3G    
6.300.000

   
1 GHz dual-core Apple A5 custom-designed processor, 16gb, 9.7 (diagonal) LED backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology, 1024x768, Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Wireless cellular modem, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology32GB flash storage, Back Camera: Video recording, HD (720p) up to 30 frames per second with audio; still camera with 5x digital zoom, Front Camera: Video recording, VGA up to 30 frames per second with audio, VGA-quality still camera, Tap to control exposure for video or stills, Photo and video geotagging over Wi-Fi
Apple iPad2 WiFi 32GB    
6.100.000

   
1Ghz A5 Dual Core Processor, 32 GB, 9.7 widescreen display, 802.11bgn, 720p HD Rear Facing Camera - VGA Front camera
Apple iPad2 Wifi 32GB 3G    
7.100.000

   
1 GHz dual-core Apple A5 custom-designed processor, 32gb, 9.7 (diagonal) LED backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology, 1024x768, Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Wireless cellular modem, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology32GB flash storage, Back Camera: Video recording, HD (720p) up to 30 frames per second with audio; still camera with 5x digital zoom, Front Camera: Video recording, VGA up to 30 frames per second with audio, VGA-quality still camera, Tap to control exposure for video or stills, Photo and video geotagging over Wi-Fi
Apple iPad2 WiFi 64GB    
6.900.000

   
1Ghz A5 Dual Core Processor, 64 GB, 9.7 widescreen display, 802.11bgn, 720p HD Rear Facing Camera - VGA Front camera
Apple iPad2 Wifi 64GB 3G    
8.100.000
     

1 GHz dual-core Apple A5 custom-designed processor, 64gb, 9.7 (diagonal) LED backlit glossy widescreen Multi-Touch display with IPS technology, 1024x768, Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), Wireless cellular modem, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR technology32GB flash storage, Back Camera: Video recording, HD (720p) up to 30 frames per second with audio; still camera with 5x digital zoom, Front Camera: Video recording, VGA up to 30 frames per second with audio, VGA-quality still camera, Tap to control exposure for video or stills, Photo and video geotagging over Wi-Fi
Archos 101 16GB    
3.500.000

   
ARM Cortex A8 1GHz, 16GB Flash Memory, WiFi, Bluetooth, Camera, MicroSD Slot, 10.1inch WVGA, Touchscreen, Android 2.2
Archos 101 8GB    
2.900.000

   
ARM Cortex A8 1GHz, 8GB Flash Memory, WiFi, Bluetooth, Camera, MicroSD Slot, 10.1inch WVGA, Touchscreen, Android 2.2
Archos 101 G9 8GB    
4.400.000

   
ARM Cortex A9 1GHz, 8GB Flash Memory, WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, Camera, MicroSD Slot, 10.1inch, Touchscreen, Android Honeycomb
Archos 28 4GB    
900.000

   
Cortex-A8 800 MHz, 4 GB Flash Memory, 2.8 QVGA, Wifi, USB 2.0
Archos 32 8GB    
1.500.000

   
Cortex-A8 800 MHz, 8 GB Flash Memory, 3.2 WVGA, Wifi, Bluetooth, USB, Android 2.2 Froyo
Archos 43 16GB    
2.100.000

   
Cortex-A8 1GHz, 16 GB Flash Memory, 4.3 WVGA, 480 x 854, Wifi, Bluetooth, Micro SD, USB, HDMI, Android 2.2 Froyo
Archos 70 250GB    
3.100.000

   
Cortex-A8 1GHz, 250 GB Flash Memory, 7 WVGA, 800 x 480, Wifi, Bluetooth, Micro SD, USB, HDMI, Android 2.2 Froyo
Archos 80 G9 8GB    
3.900.000
   

ARM Cortex A9 1GHz, 8GB Flash Memory, WiFi, 3G, Bluetooth, Camera, MicroSD Slot, 8.0inch, Touchscreen, Android Honeycomb
Archos 9 PC Tablet    
5.500.000

   
Intel Atom Z515 1.2 GHz, 32GB, WiFi, Bluetooth, 8.9inch LED, Touchscreen, Windows7
Astone Tab    
900.000

   
ARM 11, 256MB, Wifi, Camera, Micro SD Slot, 7inch Two Point Resisitive Touch Screen, Android 2.2 Froyo
Asus EeePad Slider SL101-1A040A    
5.000.000

   
Nvidia Tegra2 1Ghz, 16GB Storage, 1GB RAM, 10inch LCD Touch Screen, Camera 1.2Mpxl (Front) 5Mpxl (Rear), Bluetooth, Wifi, Micro SD Slot, HoneyComb 3.0
Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 (Non Docking)    
4.700.000
   

T250 1Ghz Dual Core ARM, 1GB DDR2, 16GB, Android v3.0 Honeycomb, Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, Camera, Mini HDMI, 1xMicroSD, Audio
Asus EeePad Transformer TF101 (With Docking)    
5.400.000

   
T250 1Ghz Dual Core ARM, 1GB DDR2, 16GB, Android v3.0 Honeycomb, Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, Camera, Mini HDMI, 2xUSB, 2xMicroSD, Audio
Axioo Picopad QGN655    
2.700.000

   
Google Android VER 2.2-PROCESSOR UP 600 MHZ - Ram 512MB DDR2 800Mhz - Display 7inch 16:9 WideScreen 800 X 480 -CAPASITIVE-Bluetooth- High -brightness TFT LCD - Touch Control Full size youch operation - sliding menu
Blackberry PlayBook WiFi 32GB    
4.600.000

   
1 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM, 7-inch LCD, 1024 x 600 capacitive multi-touch, support gesture, Dual HD cameras (3 MP front facing, 5 MP rear facing), Wi-Fi – 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Blackberry PlayBook WiFi 64GB    
5.500.000

   
1 GHz dual-core processor, 1 GB RAM, 7-inch LCD, 1024 x 600 capacitive multi-touch, support gesture, Dual HD cameras (3 MP front facing, 5 MP rear facing), Wi-Fi – 802.11 a/b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
Cougar Box Chip A10    
1.600.000

   
1,5Ghz + HDMI + Suport 3D Game, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Storage 4 Gb, Memory 512MB
Cougar Call Tab 7inch    
1.500.000

   
Android Froyo 2.2 , Gprs, Sim Card, Call , Message, 800X480 Resolution Multitouch Resistif , Build In Modem, Internal 2Gb, External Memori Up To 32Gb,Ram 256, Wifi, USB
Cougar Infotmic Gingerbread    
1.100.000

   
Android 2.3 GingerBread, Infotmic 1Ghz, 2 GB storage, 7inch WSVGA, 800 X 480 resistive touchscreen, Micro SD (Up to 32 GB)
Creative ZiiO 10inch 8GB    
2.600.000

   
ARM Cortex A8 1GHz, 8GB storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, SD slot, HDMI port, mini USB, 10inch TFT Resistive, Touchscreen, Android 2.2
Creative ZiiO 7inch 8GB    
2.000.000

   
ARM Cortex A8 1GHz, 8GB storage, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, microSD slot, HDMI port, mini USB, 7inch TFT Resistive, Touchscreen, Android 2.2
CSL MI700    
3.600.000

   
Qualcomm MSM7227 600Mhz, 512MB ROM + 512MB RAM, 170MB Internal, 7 WSVGA, Wifi, Bluetooth, Camera, Micro SD, Android 2.2 Froyo
Dell Streak    
3.600.000

   
Proc Qualcom Snapdragon QSD8250 1Ghz, 5inch TFT (480x800) Touchscreen, 512MB ROM, 512MB RAM, Wifi, Bluetooth, 3G/HSDPA, Video, Music, Slot Micro SD, Camera 5MP, Android 2.2 OS
Dell Venue Slim    
3.900.000

   
Android 2.2 Froyo, 4.1inch Tablet Touch Screen, 1GB Internal Memory, HSDPA 7.2Mbps, WiFi, Bluetooth, Camera 8MP
Flytouch 3 10inch    
2.200.000

   
Google Android Ver 2.2 Froyo -Processor Infotmic Up 1 Ghz- Ram 512 MB Display 10inch 16:9 Widescreen 1024 X 600
Fujitsu Lifebook P771    
18.900.000

   
Core i7 2617, 4GB DDR3, 500GB, DVDRW, 3.5G/HSDPA, Wifi, Bluetooth, Fingerprint, Intel GMA, 12.1inch WXGA Tablet PC Touch Screen, Camera, Win 7 Pro
Fujitsu Lifebook P771    
19.600.000

   
Core i7 2617, 4GB DDR3, 500GB, DVDRW, 3.5G/HSDPA, Wifi, Bluetooth, Fingerprint, Intel GMA, 12.1inch WXGA Tablet PC Touch Screen, Camera, Win 7 Pro
Fujitsu Lifebook Q550 30GB    
11.700.000

   
Intel Atom Z670 1.5Ghz, 2GB, 30GB SSD, 10.1inch Tablet PC Touch Screen, Intel GMA, Fingerprint, Bluetooth, Wifi, Win 7 Home Premium, Batt 4 cell
Fujitsu Lifebook Q550 62GB    
15.300.000

   
Intel Atom Z670 1.5Ghz, 2GB, 62GB SSD, 10.1inch Tablet PC Touch Screen, Intel GMA, Fingerprint, Bluetooth, Wifi, Win 7 Pro, Batt 4 cell
Fujitsu Lifebook T580    
12.500.000

   
Core i5 560UM 1.33Ghz, 4GB DDR3, 500GB, No Optical Drive, Wifi, Bluetooth, Intel GMA, 10.1inch WXGA Tablet PC Touch Screen, Camera, 3.5G/HSDPA, Win 7 Pro
Fujitsu Lifebook TH550    
10.000.000

   
Core i3 380UM 1.33Ghz, 2GB DDR3, 500GB, No Optical Drive, Wifi, Bluetooth, Intel GMA, 10.1inch WXGA Tablet PC Touch Screen, Camera, Win 7 Home Premium
Gigabyte S1080 Win7    
6.400.000

   
Dual Core Processor N570(1.66GHz), 1.3 MegaPixel, 10.1inch Capacitive Multi-touch Panel 1024x600, 2GB DDRIII, Intel® GMA 3150, 64/128GB SSD Flash Storage, 320GB 2.5inch 7mm SATA HDD 5400rpm
HTC Flyer Tab    
5.300.000

   
1.5GHz Processor, 7.0inch LCD Capacitive Touchscreen, Bluetooth v3.0, 5MP Camera, Audio, Video, 32GB storage, 1GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Android 2.3 Gingerbread
Huawei Ideos S7 201 Slim    
2.700.000

   
Qualcomm 1Ghz, ROM 3GB (2.75GB Available), RAM 512MB, LCD 7inch WVGA Capacitive Touch Screen, 3G/HSPA 7.2Mbps, Wifi, Bluetooth, Slot Micro SD, Camera 3.2 Mpxl, Internal Memory 8GB, Android v2.2 Froyo, Batt 3250mAh
Huawei MediaPad    
3.900.000

   
Qualcomm 1.2Ghz, RAM 1GB, LCD 7inch WVGA Capacitive Touch Screen, 3G/HSPA 7.2Mbps, Wifi, Bluetooth, Slot Micro SD, Camera 5 Mpxl, Internal Memory 5.8GB, Android 3.2 HoneyComb, Batt 4100mAh
Lenovo 1838A19/PEN    
7.300.000

   
NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1.0GHz, 32GB storage, Memory 1GB RAM, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, Camera, 10.1 WXGA Gorilla Glass Display, Touchscreen, Android 3.1 Honeycomb
Lenovo 1838A21/PEN    
8.400.000

   
NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual-core 1.0GHz, 64GB storage, Memory 1GB RAM, Wi-Fi, 3G, Bluetooth, Camera, 10.1 WXGA Gorilla Glass Display, Touchscreen, Android 3.1 Honeycomb
LG V900 Optimus Pad    
6.300.000

   
Nvidia Tegra2 1Ghz, 8.9inch Touch Screen, 32GB Internal Memory, 2Mpxl Front Camera, 5Mpxl Rear Camera, Wifi, Bluetooth, 3.5G/HSDPA, Android Honeycomb 3.0
Motorola Xoom    
5.800.000

   
Dual Core 1Ghz, 10.1inch WXGA TouchScreen, Wifi, Bluetooth, Non 3G, 5MP rear Camera with autofocus and LED Flash, 2MP Front Camera,Android 3.1 HoneyComb
Nexian Genius    
2.000.000

   
600MHz Processor, 7.0inch LCD Capacitive Touchscreen, Bluetooth, Audio, Video, FM Radio, Wi-Fi, Android OS
Olive Pad VT200    
2.500.000

   
Qualcomm 800Mhz, 3G/HSDPA, 7inch (800x480) Capacitive Touch Screen, 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM, Micro SD Slot, Camera, Bluetooth, Wifi, Android 2.2
Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000    
6.600.000

   
Dual Core 1.4Ghz, 16GB Internal Memory, 5.3inch Touch Screen, GPRS, EDGE, Camera (8MP AF, 2MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, Micro SD Slot, Android Gingerbread
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P6200    
5.200.000

   
Dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB RAM, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Camera, 7.0inch WSVGA TFT, Touchscreen, Android Honeycomb
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7300    
5.200.000

   
ARM Cortex A9 1.0Ghz, 16GB Flash, 8.9inch WSVGA (1280x800) Touch Screen, 3G/HSDPA, Camera (3MP AF, 2MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, No Micro SD Slot, Android HoneyComb, 6000mAh Batt
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7310 16GB    
4.200.000

   
Nvidia Tegra2 1.0Ghz, 16GB Flash, 8.9inch WSVGA (1280x800) Touch Screen, Non 3G/HSDPA, Camera (3MP AF, 2MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, No Micro SD Slot, Android HoneyComb, 6000mAh Batt
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7500 16GB    
5.400.000

   
Nvidia Tegra2 1.0Ghz, 16GB Flash, 10.1inch WXGA (1280x800) Touch Screen, 4G/HSPA+, Camera (3MP AF, 2MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, No Micro SD Slot, Android HoneyComb, 7000mAh Batt
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7500 32GB    
6.400.000

   
Nvidia Tegra2 1.0Ghz, 32GB Flash, 10.1inch WXGA (1280x800) Touch Screen, 4G/HSPA+, Camera (3MP AF, 2MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, No Micro SD Slot, Android HoneyComb, 7000mAh Batt
Samsung Galaxy Tab GT-P7510 16GB    
4.700.000

   
Nvidia Tegra2 1.0Ghz, 16GB Flash, 10.1inch WXGA (1280x800) Touch Screen, Non 4G/HSPA+, Camera (3MP AF, 2MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, No Micro SD Slot, Android HoneyComb, 7000mAh Batt
Samsung Galaxy Tab P1000 16GB    
4.600.000

   
ARM Cortex A8 1.0Ghz, 16GB Flash, 7inch WSVGA (1024x600) Touch Screen, 3G/HSDPA, Camera (3MP AF, 1.3MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, Micro SD Slot, Android 2.2, 4000mAh Batt
Samsung Galaxy Tab P1010C 16GB Wifi    
3.500.000

   
ARM Cortex A8 1.0Ghz, 16GB Flash, 7inch WSVGA (1024x600) Touch Screen, Non 3G/HSDPA, Camera (3MP AF, 1.3MP VT), Bluetooth, Wifi, Micro SD Slot, Android 2.2, 4000mAh Batt
Sellery Wonder M10    
2.200.000
   
ARM Cortex 1.2Ghz, 512 DDR2, Internal Memory 8GB, External Memory up to 32GB, 8inchinch TFT ( 800x600 ), OS Android 2.2 Froyo, Wifi, Auto Rotate Sensor, Camera 1.3MP, HDMI Video Out, Audio, Battery Power 3W
SpeedUp Pad Ice    
1.400.000

   
Proc 1Ghz, Non 3.5G/HSDPA, 7inch (800x480) Capacitive Multi Touch Screen, 512MB RAM, 8GB Internal Storage, Micro SD Slot, No Camera, Wifi, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, Batt 4100mAh
SpeedUp Pad S1    
2.500.000

   
Qualcomm 800Mhz, 3G/HSDPA, 7inch (800x480) Capacitive Multi Touch Screen, 512MB RAM, 512MB ROM, Micro SD Slot, Camera 0.3MP (Front) 2.0MP (Back), Bluetooth, Wifi, Android 2.2, Batt 4000mAh
Superpad 3    
2.100.000

   
Google Android Ver 2.2 Froyo -Processor Infotmic Up 1 Ghz- Ram 512 Mb Display 10inch 16:9 Widescreen 1024 X 600, HDMI + Gps Suport 3D Game
Tabulet Mech    
1.900.000

   
TelechipsTC8902 720Mhz ARM 11 Processor, 256MB RAM, 2GB Nano Flash, MultiTouch-7 inchi (800x600) with Stylus, Wifi, Webcam, MicroSD-slot, HD-Movie Player (support 1080p), G(gravity)-sensor, HDMI, USB, ANDROID 2.1 (upgradeable to 2.2)
Tabulet Octa    
2.700.000

   
Telechips Cortex A8 1Ghz, 4GB storage, Memory 512MB DDR3 SDRAM, Wi-Fi, Camera, 8inch LED 800x480, Touchscreen, Android 2.3 GINGERBREAD
Tabulet Octa 2    
3.000.000

   
Telechips Cortex A8 1Ghz, Memory 512MB DDR3 SDRAM, Wi-Fi, Camera, 8inch LED 800x480, Touchscreen, Call & sms Ready, Android 2.3 GINGERBREAD
Tabulet Troy    
1.400.000

   
Amlogic Cortex A9 1Ghz, 4GB storage, Memory 512 MB DDR2, Wi-Fi, 7inch 800x480, Touchscreen, Android 2.2 Froyo
Toshiba AS100    
4.800.000

   
Procesor: Nvidia Tegra T250 1Ghz, Display: 10inch multi touch screen (1024x600), Graphic: Nvidia Tegra, Memory: 512MB, Hard disc: 8GB Flash-based HDD, Bluetooth: Yes, I/O Port: 1x Usb 2.0 port; mini-USB; HDMI, WiFi: 802.11b/g/n, Media Reader: MMC/Micro SD, Webcam: Webcam 1.3mp, Operating System: OS android 2.2
Toshiba Libertto W100-1002U    
9.100.000

   
U5400 1.2Ghz - Memory 2GB DDR3 -SSD 62GB -Display 7inch LED - WEB CAM - WIFI - Media Reader - LAN - Operating System: Windows 7 Home Premium
Toshiba Regza AT1S0    
4.500.000
   

Nvidia Tegra 250 Dual Core 1Ghz, 1GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 7inch LCD Touch Screen, Wifi, Bluetooth 3.0, Camera 2Mpxl (Front) 5Mpxl (Rear), Micro SD Slot, Android 3.2 HoneyComb
Toshiba Thrive    
5.000.000

   
Nvidia Tegra 250 Dual Core 1Ghz, 1GB RAM, 16GB Storage, 7inch LCD Touch Screen, Wifi, Bluetooth, Camera 2Mpxl (Front) 5Mpxl (Rear), Micro SD Slot, Android 3.2 HoneyComb
ViewSonic ViewPad 10s    
3.200.000

   
NVIDIA Tegra 250 Dual-core Cortex-A9 1GHz, 512MB storage, Memory 512MB DDR2, Wi-Fi, 3G, GPS, Bluetooth, Camera, MicroSD Slot, 10inch TFT Capacitive, Touchscreen, Android 2.2
ViewSonic ViewPad 7    
2.600.000

   
Qualcomm MSM7227 600MHz, 512MB Internal Memory, 7 WSVGA, Wifi, camera, Micro SD, Android 2.2 Froyo
Websong 8650    
1.100.000

   
Froyo Multitouch Android 2.2, VIA 8650 (Arm926E), 2 Gb Storage, 256Mb DDR2 800Mhz, 7inch WSVGA 800 X 480, Micro Sd (Up To 32 Gb)
Websong 9.7inch Multitouch    
1.700.000

   
Operating system Google Android VER 2.2 FROYO -PROCESSOR ARM926EJ -RAM 256 MB Display 9.7inch 16:9 WideScreen 1280X 720 - High -brightness TFT LCD - Touch Control Full size youch operation - sliding menu - fungctional icon draging - storage 2GB - orientati
Websong Cortex A9-3D Game    
1.400.000

   
1,2Ghz + HDMI + Suport 3D Game -Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Storage 4 Gb, Memory 512Mb
ZTE Light Plus    
3.200.000

   
Android 2 .3 (Gingerbread), Qualcomm 1 GHz, 512 MB, 8 GB, TFT LCD Capacity Touch Screen, 7 inci (1024 x 600 piksel), 3 MP, GSM 900 /1800 MHz; UMTS 2100 MHz; HSDPA 7 ,2 Mbps; dan HSUPA 5, 76 Mbps, Lithium Ion 3400 mAh
ZTE Light Tab V9    
1.900.000

   
Qualcomm 600Mhz, 7inch (800x480) WVGA Resistant Touch Screen, WCDMA, HSDPA, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Camera 3MP With Auto Focus, Capture Image and Video Capture, 3G + Wifi, Micro SD Slot, Bluetooth, USB, Android 2.2 Froyo, Batt 3400 mAh
ZTE Light Tab V9A    
2.800.000
   

Qualcomm 1Ghz, 7inch Capacitive Touch Screen, WCDMA, HSDPA, GSM/GPRS/EDGE, Camera 3MP With Auto Focus, Capture Image and Video Capture, 3G + Wifi, Micro SD Slot, Bluetooth, USB, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Batt 3400 mAh
Zyrex Onepad SP1110    
3.200.000

   
Nvidia Tegra 250 Dual-core Cortex-A9 1GHz, 512MB DDR2 667 MHz, 512MB NAND Flash, WXGA 10.1, 1024 x 600, Wifi, Camera, Micro SD, USB, Android 2.2 Froyo
Zyrex Onepad SP1111 3G    
3.500.000

   
Nvidia Tegra 250 Dual-core Cortex-A9 1GHz, 512MB DDR2 667 MHz, 512MB NAND Flash, WXGA 10.1, 1024 x 600, Wifi, Camera, Micro SD, USB, Android 2.2 Froyo
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