Huawei Tablet S7 MediaPad Review
Huawei, the China-based manufacturer, int the last year has been developing a mobile steam’ head and the Huawei tablet S7 MediaPad (a.k.a. the Tahiti if you get that device on contract with Orange) is their first tablet running on Android 3.2 Honeycomb, featuring a five-megapixel camera and dual-core processor.
This Huawei tablet S7 casing is hand-hewn by a single aluminium’s block and really swish it seems as well — très iPad. It isn’t particularly whippersnapper at 390g only not something you will have to calculate at preparation to.
Huawei tablet S7 of course has Wi-Fi, but 3G connectivity too, causing it a portable well-connected device. Even, you can make voice calls of course with a headset, and send an sms — really convenient. If you are on the move although you will have to fetch the power lead on you, since the charging doesn’t do thru USB socket.
Huawei MediaPad s7 7-inch capacitive touchscreen provides a truly kind of good 1280×800 pixel resolution, which equalises to a 216ppi pixel density. So much to the numbers, and as it will not make any owners of new iPad to gnash its teeth once see a Huawei MediaPad s7, Huawei surely seems clear, detailed and sharp enough to deliver well play back HD video and web pages. Sensitivity was not forever of the first-rate even so, and there were some occasions as we’d to call forth stabbing multiple finge to frighten off it into action.
This Huawei MediaPad S7 sets itself up opposed the littlest Samsung Galaxy Tab’s and the Motorola Xoom 2′s compact charms and if it was a bit more inexpensive, it could likely succeed. Since it bears, The Huawei tablet S7 is an adept quality device, only apart by it’s adorable casing, does not truly discern itself.