Dec 25, 2010

Haipad M1001
Tao search thử rồi, cái HaiPad mà tao mua là cái này

Không rõ trang này
có liên quan gì đến haipad?

đồ của bọn này dùng tạm được, nhưng bọn nó làm ẩu quá:
kể cả phần cứng lẫn phần mềm. Nếu muốn cải tiến thì phải
order chúng nó customize thêm phần cứng và cả phần mềm
(phần mềm thì tự mình làm được chút ít)

Hỗ trợ tiếng Anh, tiếng Nhật, Việt thiếu.
Tài liệu cũng hơi lởm khởm (search toàn ra tiếng Trung không đọc được)

À, nếu sang Thẩm Quyến từ VN thì đi thế nào tiện nhất?
Có cần VISA không? Nếu An có việc sang đấy thì rủ tôi đi cùng nhá.
On Fri, Dec 17, 2010 at 9:33 AM, Darren Cook <> wrote:
> >>  They aren't too tech-savvy so I though something
> >> wireless that connects to an online web album and can be controlled
> >> from a browser would be good.
> >
> > I would recommend a Google Android tablet combined with Flickr Droid.
> Is that a practical suggestion? Can you suggest a specific model, that
> is available to buy now? An android tablet is so much more than a photo
> frame, so if the price is competitive that would explain why no-one is
> bothering to make photo frames (at least, with wireless) any more!

This is what I am playing with:

# This is not a knockoff.
# This toy is for geeks but I think its slide show function will work
pretty well once properly configurated.

The latest Android version is 2.3 but I think 2.1 works fine.
Because the OP only needs a slide show that can be connected to Internet,
most apad works well with Flickr Droid as I recommended in the previous post.

The price is 2 man - 2.5 man depends on the model, but I am sure you can get
a bargain if you go to あきばお(?) at weekend.

So far, Wi-Fi works well for me, 256 MB of RAM seems to be enough for me
for surfing web, viewing PDF files with Acrobat Reader (for Android)
and slide show.
However, for the PNG and JPG file with resolution 1000x800 needs 1-2 seconds to
be rendered and shown on the screen (too slow compared to iPad?, yes,
compare their CPU and RAM)

One thing I am not happy with is, battery. It seems to be optimized
for decoding mp3 and working offline.
However if you go online (communication needed), the battery will run
out in less than 2 hours).