Superpad 2 tablet review - price, features, specifications and full video review of the Android Superpad 2 tablet
When Flytouch first presented their Superpad tablet it was like the new kid on the block, something with name and design familiar to the iPad but with much lower price and questionable performance. Now the Superpad tablet is well known in tablet world and that's why we are going to take a closer look at the Superpad 2 with Android 2.3 operating system and fast 1GHz processor.
As previously mentioned Superpad tablets have design very similar to the one of the Apple's iPad but the is much thicker and a bit heavier.
The Superpad 2 has a large 10.2-inch 1024X600 touchscreen display which does not offer the greatest picture quality you may expect but it is OK for a tablet in this price range.
Thanks to the 1 GHz processor 512MB DDR RAM the Superpad 2 runs smoothly with most applications. It cannot be compared to the iPad 2 or the Galaxy Tab but it will get the job done with ease.
The Superpad 2 offers various connection options - 2 USB ports, mini HDMI and a MicroSD are all available with this tablet.
Connecting to the Internet is easy with the built-in WiFi 802.11 b/g and Ethernet port. Superpad 2 does not have a built-in GPS receiver but additional GPS antenna is available for those who need this tablet for navigation.
Audio options of the Superpad 2 include headphone jack and a mic. The built in speakers provide crisp sound but they are far from exceptional.
An additional feature of the Superpad 2 is the built-in front facing camera which comes as a surprise for a tablet in this price segment.
Superpad 2 tablet review
The Android 2.3 operating system works great on the Superpad 2 and is probably the most suitable for this tablet.
As I said earlier the price of the Superpad 2 is low and the tablet is very affordable. You can find this tablet on the US market for around $160 which is quite good.
As a conclusion we should say that the Superpad 2 is not a cutting edge device but it is priced well and time will show if it is going to survive against the growing cheap tablets invasion.