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|Seller Notes:||“Untested. As-is. Lightly worn. See photos.”|
|Brand:||Pandigital||Resolution:||800 x 600|
|Model:||Pandigital Novel||Manufacturer Color:||White|
|Storage Capacity:||1 GB||Hardware Connectivity:||Mini-USB|
|Screen Size:||7 in||Type:||eBook Reader|
|Enjoy hundreds of books, magazines, and other online reading material on the Wi-Fi enabled PanDigital Novel multimedia eBook reader. The full LCD touchscreen of this PanDigital eBook reader offers a virtual keyboard, instant access to the Barnes & Noble eBookstore, and a high definition movie, video and picture viewing experience. The built-in Wi-Fi connectivity of this PanDigital eReader keeps you constantly connected to the world, even when you are traveling. You can utilize the power of the web, via the integrated web browser in this PanDigital eBook reader. Supporting standard and night reading modes, this PanDigital eReader allows you to continue reading even in low-light conditions. The PanDigital Novel’s storage space can easily fit all your media and personal files, making it an excellent travel companion.|
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||103111211|
|Product Key Features|
|Storage Capacity||1 GB|
|Screen Size||7 in|
|Resolution||800 x 600|
|Additional Product Features|
|Supported File Types||Aac, BMP, PDF, Epub, PNG, JPEG, WAV, GIF, MP3|
|Battery Technology||Lithium Ion|
|Battery Run Time||Up to 10hr.|
|Expandability||Mmc Card Slot, SDHC Card Slot, MMCplus Slot, SD Card Slot|
|Display Tech||Tft Active Matrix|
|Special Features||Touch Screen|
|Expansion Ports||USB 2.0|
|Wireless Capabilities||WLAN 802.11n, WLAN 802.11g, WLAN 802.11b|
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Long battery life
Good quality screen
Android e-Reader can be turned into a useful tablet with a few tweaks
I bought a second WPDN to continue playing with Android, this time with the CM6 ROM (Froyo 2.2). GOOD: easy access to device internals (see Pandigital site for details); a couple good alternative firmwares/ROMs at Slatedroid.com (be sure you understand what is involved in patch as mistake could "brick" device); can install Google and Amazon Markets. OK: 3 hours web browsing BAD: resistive screen; heavy; can't play Angry Birds or cool 3D games. I would recommend as cheap, Android learning system to others. Most others should get something else (e.g. capacitive screen).
Not totally bad but not great-you get what you pay for!
Not a bad unit for a basic reader with some internet capabilities, was advertized as "android" system however this model has off-brand non full function android software so it cannot download books from librabry or B & N. Has Amazon kindle type capabilities but if you want Barns & Noble ability you have to reload a large software package that destroys the kindle one!! Very limited on apps that run on the android platform. Bought it cause it was the cheapest color one but in hind sight might have spent a bit more to get full capabilities?
As cheap eReader - ok, but not a tablet!
Well, I was searching a tablet below 100 of my Currency (LTL). Found it, but... will never do that again! The saying "There's never Good, Much and Cheap" was proved by this device - it was cheap, there was "a lot of" it, but it isn't good at all. The manufacturer ought to make it a "Tablet" instead of "eReader" (the main purpose of this device was eReader until some hackers made it run on Android, so manufacturer decided to make Android as default OS), but they made a mistake - the devices "hardware" is not able to run Android's Apps like smoothly. As for the eReader the device, I think, should be OK. I've charged the battery full and played with the device 10 mins before decided to pack it to the box and throw somewhere where's dark and cold (it was a cellar). I'm not a book-reader on eReaders, but after a month I was searching for one book for my studies and remembered, that there's somewhere an "eReader" in the cellar. I found it, though to power up and... IT DID! The battery was as full as it was charged a month ago! So, I think, the battery's "things" are ok (maybe just because it takes 1/3 of device place and weights a lot???). The screen... OMG! Such a screens were used a "some long time" ago! It shows "something" if there's not strict lines of picture. For example, tried to run YouTube movie - it went, but I couldn't understand whats shown. Meanwhile the letters of documents are shown perfectly.
Nice product! You do get your monies worth...
This is a nice android e-reader. Something great for someone who has never used android before and just wants the practice before moving on to something more solid with a higher os. This unit does not have flash, and you would have to hack it to get a higher os on it. There are not many apps that are compatible with this unit from the SLIDE market place. Overall It will keep a person occupied by reading, but it reminds me of my android phone which has an os one level higher than the novel, and by the way has the adroid marketplace. Overall, this is for someone who is just starting out with android and does not want to break anything, or a kid, whom you want to keep occupied while you are doing something more important on your ipad. There is no flash, so you cannot stream video on it. But you do get what you pay for. It is not crap, this unit does hold its own, it does get you to the internet, and you can listen to music on it. So it is worth the money you spend on it. I only spent $64, so it was a bargain...
An average performer
I use this product for reviewing my photos while I'm on the road in places where I don't want to expose my iPad to any hazards. For this purpose it works well with photos rendered with good detail. This product will also interface with a Mac. The touch screen responds poorly and the slide show function is not user friendly. This product is heavier than comparable inexpensive tablets and my unit has a defective earphone jack which does not reproduce stereo sound. You may want to experiment with Polaroid or Supersonic SC-76MID units and you can certainly go for the very best in an iPad.