Prestigio Multi-pad 8.0 Reviews
Newest Review: ... its own merits. For example, the reaction time from pressing a button/app to the function being carried out is exceptionally ... more
Customer Prestigio Multi-pad 8.0 Reviews (2)
by - written on 28/01/13 (Useful, 31 readings)
The Prestigio Multi Pad is a really smart piece of technology, and its speed is something that really stands out. Whilst it's a little bit of a fiddle compared to a PC or a laptop, it has its own merits. For example, the reaction time from pressing a button/app to the function being carried out is exceptionally quick. There are plenty of features available, such as directions to places of interest including restaurants and attractions. You are also able to watch television on this device, via apps such as the BBC iPlayer, 4OD and YouTube. Skype is also a frequently useful application available. There are very minimal problems with this device - previous ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/13, updated on 16/01/13 (Very useful, 201 readings)
~*~*~*Introduction~*~*~* This Christmas just gone (2012) my Husband brought me a Prestigio MultiPad PMP5080CPRO, It cost £161.10 with free postage from Littlewoods.com. A quick scout around the internet tells me this was a good price as they are now selling for £166.95 + £19.99 postage on Amazon.co.uk. I am not new to the world of tablet pc's as I have been using a Koby Kyros Mid8027 for the last year. The reason I wanted a new tablet was that the Koby was un-upgradable, did not have Google Play store and took me till the week before Christmas to finally install the Kindle app. My new Tablet needed a few specifications for me to be happy ... Read the complete review
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