The Wopad Tablet Released — Hands-On Review (Video!)

Posted by Greg | December 14, 2010  |  3 Comments

Production models of the Wopad have been making their way out in to the world and a few lucky (insert derogatory term here) have gotten their hands on them. This “next generation” shanzhai tablet has got many people riled up, and hopefully in Apple’s case, worried. Best news of all…you can get your own hands on it now!

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The Wopad is available for around US $200 at these sites: Shenit, Merimobiles

The guys at Shanzai were one of those lucky few and were kind enough to do a little video review of the tablet they received:

Sources: Shanzhaiben, GizChina, Shanzai





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3 Comments

  1. [...] in December we told you about the 7-inch Wopad tablet that was a glimpse at “The Next Generation” of Shanzhai tablets. With it’s [...]

  2. Rich says:

    Hey guys, nice comprehensive review. Thinking about one of these for travelling with, I have a WesternDigital MyPassport external drive which I was wondering if I would be able to copy files from my camera’s SDcard to the WoPad (with a usb card-reader) and then copy from the WoPad to the MyPassport. Do you think this would work?

    Thanks in advance,

    Rich

  3. Greg says:

    Hey Rich,

    If you’ve got a USB SD card reader, you should be able to plug it in to the Wopad and read your files. Before you do so though, I would suggest you download a free app called ASTRO. It’s an app that allows you to look at the different files and folders on your android device and transfer them with ease. Once you’ve moved your files from your SD card to your device, you should be able to plug your external hard-drive in to the Wopad and retrieve them. I haven’t personally attempted this, but I believe it should work. Let me know how it goes.

    Good luck!

    Greg

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