Product Type: Advent Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Newest Review: ... for almost a year I find myself using my partners Ipad much more that I do my Vega as the whole experience seems better on this.... more
Member Name: ssupernova
Advantages: Cheap, Android
Disadvantages: Screen is not clear at angles, problems when running on mains
Having previously used my partners Ipad I was looking for a tablet of my own, looking at the budget end of things I decided to purchase an Advent Vega.
The Vega is a cheap android based tablet and as such runs all android apps.
The screen seems responsive enough to touch but when plugged into mains power a corner of the tablet becomes hot and parts of the screen soon become unresponsive, this happens so much so that the tablet becomes almost unusable when on mains power. The screen its self is also not the clearest, unless you look at it from the right angle the screen becomes very dark and not very clear, it actually appears to work better when turned upside down as the viewing angle seems to make the screen slightly brighter like this.
Having owned this for almost a year I find myself using my partners Ipad much more that I do my Vega as the whole experience seems better on this.
Summary: Would pay more an buy a better tablet
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