Hannspree HannsPad SN10T1 10.1 inch




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Basic performance and terrible battery life from this cut-price 10in...

By Expert Reviews on

I am told that the Android Tablet will replace the PC as the way we all connect to the world. Certainly as they get faster, have more memory and get screen resolution nearer to that we all have on our PC’s then this could well come...

By GadgetSpeak on

In its standard configuration the HANNSpree HANNSpad offers a product which very much impresses for its price. For £150 (approximately $240) we get a decent quality 10" screen which is very clearly a step above those on budget tablets of 6months ago....

By HardwareHeaven on

Fairly decent for a budget tablet, but a few niggles, including the lack of Android Market make it hard to fully...

By Pocket-lint on

At £249, the Hannspree Hannspad is hardly an impulse buy, but it’s not the most expensive tablet out there either. The makers have done a decent job of disguising the fact it’s built on a smartphone platform - it certainly feels more like a proper...

By PC Advisor on

The Hannspree Hannspad is about to become an anachronism. With Android 3.0 a strong contender at CES and MWC in tablets such as the hotly anticipated Motorola Xoom and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, we wonder if people will be interested in an Android...

By TechRadar on

The build quality is an issue and battery life is not ideal, but for the price the overall package is not too bad. The screen is the highlight and when watching films, typing or browsing we actually found it an enjoyable experience. Mind you we wouldn't...

By crowdedbrain.co.uk on

This is the size of a Netbook but it is an Android tablet, as far as I know this is the first non screen type device produced by Hanns.G although of course it has a screen, a rather nice touch screen at that, but its all about what’s...

By GadgetSpeak on

Der allgemeine Preisverfall auf dem Tablet-Markt scheint leicht ins Stocken geraten zu sein. Zwar bekommt man immer noch reichlich Produkte für unter 100 Euro, so richtig Freude an so einem Gerät scheint beim Kunden allerdings kaum aufzukommen. Unsere...

International Review By Hifitest.de on

Das Hannspad HSG1279 ist auf den ersten Blick ein weiteres Noname-Tablet aus China mit sehr guten Spezifikationen. Durch die Mogelpackung beim Prozessor erhalten Sie aber nicht wirklich mehr als bei anderen Noname-Herstellern mit MediaTek- oder...

International Review By Android User on