Nobody was expecting something like the Sanei N90 (available at iPadAlternative.com) to come along considering its low price - this 9.7" android-tablet looks like a beast for the price £149/ €178 /$229 check out the specs of this tablet below to see for yourself.
It has everything the Onda Vi40, Window N90, Cube U9GT2, Teclast A10T has but at a smaller price plus its lighter than all of its 9.7" contenders at only 580g! this is also lighter than the entire iPad range.
Video review will be coming as soon as I receive the tablet in the post - which shouldnt be long as I paid for DHL express. Cant wait to get my hands on this one. Enjoy.
Model SANEI N90
CPU All-winner A10 1GHz (firmware) overclocks to 1.5GHz GPU: Mali-400 MP
Operation System Android 4.0.3
RAM 1GB (DDR 3)
ROM（Memory） 16GB Nand Flash
Shell Material Plastic
Screen Size 9.7 Inch
Type Capacitive Screen, IPS
Resolution 1024 x 768px
Visible Angle 150°
Extend Card Support TF card up to 32GB extended
Camera Dual camera, front is 0.3 and rear is 2.0 Megapixel
Gravity Sensor Yes
Multi-Touch Yes, 10 points touch
Flash Support Flash 11.1
Android Market Yes, support google play/android market
Video 2160P, AVI/MOV/MP4/RMVB/FLV/MKV…
Ebook UMD, TXT, PDF, HTML, RTF, FB2…
USB HOST 2.0
Email and Browser Yes, built in
WIFI Yes, 802.11 b/g/n
3G Not built in, supports external 3G USB dongles: E1916, ZTE AC2736, HUAWEI E1750, HUAWEI EC122, HUAWEI EM770W
Earphone Interface 3.5mm
Work Time Up to 8~10 hours
Battery 7000 MAh
Language Dutch, Indonesian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, German, English, Spanish, French, Croatian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Roman, Slovenian, Finnish, Swedish, Swahili, Vietnamese, Turkish, Zulu, Greek, Ukrainian, Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Thai, Bengali, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Other Applications File Manager, Google Search, Browser, Gallery, Camera, Clock, Calculator, Calendar, Video, Email…
Product Size 244 x 187 x 10.5mm
Product Weight 580g
Extend Port 1 x TF card slot; 1 x MINI HDMI port
1 x Micro USB port
1 x 3.5mm Earphone port
Package including 1 x OTG cable
1 x USB cable
1 x Earphone
Package Weight 1150g
You can pre-order the Sanei N90 at iPadAlternative.com - it is due out for release next Monday.
Looks fairly thin, and it would be very interesting to know if this one really gets into iPad territory ...thinness wise! My A10t is the same WxH as an Ipad 2 ...but the depth is about 1/3 more.
China tabs will probably get there when they start using the new memory replacement for DDR3 (same that iPad uses). That new type memory, being far more efficient ..should usher in smaller batteries ..thus slimmer cases.
Who makes this tab- does it have good manufacturer support?
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I've got the Sanei N90 (ICS version) just last week and while it is quite nice gadget and it seems to be running the latest version of ICS and firmware, but I have some issues /questions I would appreciate help with:
1/ I am experiencing GMail application being quite slow as, almost not-usable, i.e. "archiving" one mail item takes over 5s both when connected and not connected to the Internet. My mailbox is rather big and I am synchronizing last 30 days of emails but I gusess this shouldn't play the role ?!?
2/ I was planning to use the pad for taking handwritten notes, but device does take the handwriting accurately only when writing quite slow. Is seems the frequency of reading from the touch screen is not high enough for normal (moderare) speed of writing. Is there any system setting to (temporarily) increase the touch screen reading?
3/ Since the CPU is physically 1.5GHz should there be any problem to overclock the CPU to 1.5GHz? The Pad seems to handle ok up to 1.2GHz but freezes for anything over that. The Quadrant sysinfo is saying the CPU is ARMv7 rev2 (V71) with min 60Mhz and max 1008Mhz.
X/ I've installed SystemTuner Pro app (paid version) but since I am not really familiar with all the detailed settings I haven't played with anything except increasing the CPU frequency up to 1.15GHz but then putting it back to resolve the above first. I've also got Quadrant standard benchmark application installed.
I just bought a tablet N90 Sanei. The problems I have are:
When charging, the "ips screen" is not responding properly ... for example, if I have to write with the keyboard, I wrote several keys at once.
On the other hand, the browser is very slow and tells me that if I close the application or wait.
Not if there is some process running that is eating my CPU or is that the android 4.0.3 is not appropriate for this tablet.
I restored all factory, but I have the same problems.
The good thing is that the videos look good, the pictures also, the price. I bought it in mcbub and reached very quickly
Is it a problem with the firmware?
The setting for download from his web page, single has 39 mb ... and would have to be about 300mb.
Greetings and I wait your answers
I can only comment on the keyboard sensitivity issue because I read the same reports in other forum and on another tablet the Window N80. Someone said that this one is probably made by the same company and given the reported problem I would say that at least the charging and the touch screen modules are.
Anyway its not a problem with your tablet in particular on the N80 everyone is experiencing the same problem when they have the device charging the keyboard becomes very sensitive. Probably on other Nxx this happens to I have an N12 but to be honest when he is charging I'm not using him besides I have a cover with keyboard now so.... but to resume this its not a problem with your tablet its a factory bug if you want to call it that way.