So are you in the market for a new little tablet, then I’m sure after reading all of this you’ll know I can recommend the Mini Studio to you. I’ve very much enjoyed
The Idolian Mini Studio a great inexpensive little tablet, it’s got a lot going for it that I think anyone can appreciate.
Is it perfect? No it’s not, but you know what, no tablet is perfect. Every tablet out there has its issues plain and simple.
The Mini Studio has got it where it counts, the dual core processer is more than capable of handling the latest games and it has no problems with HD video, they play smooth and error free.
The screen is capacitive and very sensitive, it’s also multi-touch, many times I’ve opened things by accident just by brushing the screen. It is a good thing that it’s sensitive.
Battery life is amazing if you aren’t using it a lot, and even then with average use you should get through most of the day without a charge.
The tablet is made well, it has an aluminum shell that should offer some protection for it. The Mini Studio is small and very lightweight, it’s also extremely thin.
For about $200 you get a great little tablet that you can have a lot of fun with and maybe even get some work done.
+Thin and lightweight
+No extra junk installed
+Plays HD content smoothly
+Handles high end games
-Aluminum back scratches fairly easy
-Can get distorted at loud volumes
|Grades:||9 out of 10|
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