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Gemini JoyTab 8 inch

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By GadgetSpeak on 80

Just that little bit smaller than most current Android Tablets. This has the advantage of the latest version of Android (Ice Cream Sandwich) 4. Being that bit smaller can increase battery life and is that bit easier to...

By Channel Pro on 40

A cheap, attractive and well-built tablet – but the slow performance and iffy screen quality simply aren’t good enoughRating: 2Average: 2 (1 vote) Gemini Devices is a new name in the UK tablet market, and the first model to reach us is its 8in JoyTAB...

By alphr.com on 33

A cheap, attractive and well-built tablet – but the slow performance and iffy screen quality simply aren't good...

By 3G UK on 50

The JoyTab is let down by the software glitches, and so even with some decent power, a good price and reasonable battery life, it doesn’t quite cut the mustard. Gemini Joytab 8...

By CoolSmartphone on

What can you get for £80 these days? The surprising answer is an Android Ice Cream Sandwich tablet with Play store compatibility from a British brand. Sub £100 tablets are nothing new, but on the whole they’re poorly built, slow and sold under a name...

By CoolSmartphone on

Gemini make a range of mid range tablets and last week we saw them announce two new models. One of them is already available and they kindly sent us one to try out. This JoyTAB is the lower spec 9.7″ model with a bluetooth keyboard case. As I own a...

By CoolSmartphone on

Not so long back we announced that Gemini had become a new name in the Android tablet world. Aimed squarely at the entry level market, the Gemini JoyTAB range aims to bring the full Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich experience to a price point that has,...