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Now we have spoken about the Da Vinci Bq and Bq Verne Plus , now it analyze the new tablet Bq Darwin. The fact is that I have taken a few days ago a friend was working in an electronics store to get myself a lot of tablets Bq (the iPhone 2 will not let me or dead) and drifting in the day to see the performance of each and you can do the criticism.
In any case today we talk about Darwin Bq tablet , a tablet of 8.4-inch whose main disadvantage is that your WiFi is not as powerful operating system is quite outdated. However, the new Darwin Bq is definitely an option to consider at the time of entering the world of Android tablets at affordable prices. Certainly if they buy this or any other online are often cheaper than in stores.
Display and first impressions
The Bq Darwin has a screen of 8.4 inches with a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels (slightly better than Verne Plus). The downside of the screen is once again we have a resistive type screen, ie it costs more basic tasks having to do more strength to press the screen. The tablet itself is quite thin and very light which gives pleasure to take one.
Processor and storage
The processor section we have a curiously interesting processor dual-core ARM . Storage, as in many other tablets Bq is 8 GB but can be expanded through the microSD card slot.
The processor performs quite well and performs most tasks with fluency. On the odd occasion I was stuck but that was when overloading the OS with too many things simultaneously. Remember that the operating system of this tablet is Android 2.1 , the version Eclair Google operating system for mobiles. A somewhat rudimentary when compared, for example, Honeycomb Android but more than enough for most mortals who just want a gadget to entertain a little way to work.
The connectivity of the gadget is somewhat limited. WiFi and an entry miciUSB are our only connection to the outside world to the tablet. There is no support for Bluetooth and 3G networks which means that you can only use the tablet in WiFi hotspots, leaving out those who want a tablet to connect anywhere in the city. Read the rest of this entry »