The PIPO M9 is a popular, reasonably-price tablet, selling at Geekbuying.com for around $US240.
While the tablet launched with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) operating system, it’s today received an updated ROM to bring it up to 4.2 status.
The 10.1-inch tablet features an I-PS panel with 1280×800-pixel resolution, driven by the everywhere Rockchip RK3188 quad-core SoC CPU. This chip also features ARM’s reference GPU design, the Mali-400 MP4 quad-core solution for decent gaming. The included HDMI port enables you to use this with your big-screen TV, either for gaming or watching streaming movies or TV shows.
Throw in 2GB of RAM, plus 16GB of flash storage and its one of the better appointed tablets available in terms of storage.
The new ROM features most of the goodies built into Android 4.2 including:
1. The Photo Sphere panoramic camera;
2. Keyboard gesture input;
3. Miracast wireless sharing;
4. Gesture to zoom the screen
5. Voice output and gesture mode navigation features designed for blind users;
6. Google Android 4.2 add malware scanning function;
The tablet is available now from Geekbuying.com, selling for $US239.99.
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