Wednesday, November 21, 2012

FreeLander PD10 Typhoon DualCore 7" IPS 3G Phablet

Looking for a good DualCore 7" Tablet with 3G and complete Phone function? You should definitely see the FreeLander PD10 Typhoone Phone-Tablet which is a 7" DualCore Cortex A9 MTK6577 Chipset with 1.0GHz of processing power and Imagination Tech SGX531 graphics. A very popular and good performer chipset suitable for smartphones and phone-tablets combined with a 1GB of RAM which should be enough carrying all the resources that the Tablet needed.

The FreeLander PD10 Typhoon packs a complete feature that most of the users would love to have like an Offline GPS that can be use together with Google Maps with Navigation, an open-line GSM bands for Phone Calls and SMS function, and a built-in Bluetooth and 3G Connectivity. You can now check your emails or post status updates on social media sites anytime, anywhere without having to look for a WiFi Hotspots. It does come only with 1-SIM slot and I don't know if you can use both 3G and Phone at the same time. Anyway, it shouldn't be a big set-back. It runs on Android OS 4.0.4 IceCreamSandwich and hopefully gets an update soon for JellyBean 4.1 too.

You can purchase the FreeLander PD10 Typhoon at Pandawill.com for only US$189.99 including a world-wide free shipping.

The screen has a decent resolution of 1024x600 pixel with IPS Screen Technology. Something that we should be glad as it will not be hard reading messages, or viewing photos and watching videos especially when you're outdoor. The IPS Screen gives the Tablet a wider viewing angles and a vivid colourful images than a regular LCD screen. On the bottom of the screen bezel, you'll have four Capacitve Touch button to navigate through the Tablet's function. Unfortunately, it seems to be a non-backlit Capacitive Touch buttons. On the top is where the mono-firing Loudspeaker that is good enough indoor, and the 2.0MP Front Facing Camera which is great for Video Calls.

This side of the Tablet shows the location of the micro-SD expansion storage slot that supports 32GB of microSDCard which is great as the FreeLander only offers a 4GB of NAND Flash, less the 1GB space for ROM and 1GB space for Internal Memory and the only left for Internal Storage is a less than 2GB space. The Power Button and Volume Rockers are also at the sweet spot, this Tablet is actually design to be hold at portrait mode and those buttons can be easily reach by your fingers. The other covered slot is for the SIM card, a variety of GSM network providers should be fully compatible in this Phone-Tablet, maybe except for some providers in EU and US.

Samsung? Yes indeed, the FreeLander PD10 Typhoon Interface Port is identical to Samsung Galaxy Tab port. Even the USB Cable provided by FreeLander has the Samsung markings on it. But I wonder if every accessories for Galaxy Tab will work on this one. Beautiful and sleek curve and edges, an important matter to every Tablet. The Phone-Tablet's thickness measures about 13mm, a 2~3mm more than the standard 7" Tablet does have. But this one has a reason why it was 3mm Thick than the others. Nevermind the missing screws... LoL. They are definitely mounted before it is shipped. This photo is just to showcase the product.

FreeLander didn't want their flagship 7" Phablet to look ridiculous, so they come up with an elegant combination of Plastic and Aluminium material to be use on this device. Well design and no fancy Text or Drawings, good job! A 2.0MP Rear Facing Camera with an LED Flash is mounted on the top, a very nice feature to have if you love saving some memories of your surroundings. It can capture 720p HD photos and videos day or night which can be also uploaded right away, thanks to the built-in 3G connectivity. And the reason why it has 13mm of thickness is no other than the Battery Capacity. This device has a huge 5200mAh of Battery Capacity which is rated to last 6 hours of continous browsing, streaming over Wi-Fi or 3G connection.

The FreeLander PD10 Typhoon is definitely the best DualCore 7" IPS Tablet with 3G and Phone Function. It completely shoves every competitor by not only giving the Tablet a gorgeous IPS Screen but putting a huge 5200mAh Battery Capacity as well. At its price and features, this Tablet is going to be an awesome companion wherever you go.

ModelFreelander PD10 Typhoon Version Tablet PC
CPUMTK6577, 1GHz; dual core; GPU: PowerVR SGX531
Operation SystemAndroid 4.0.4
RAM1GB (DDR 3)
ROM(Memory)4GB Nand Flash
Shell MaterialAluminum &Plastic
ScreenSize7 Inch
TypeCapacitive Screen, IPS
DisplayLCD
Resolution1024 x 600px
Visible Angle180°

Extend CardSupport TF card up to 32GB
CameraDual camera. Both front and back is 2.0 megapixels, back  with LED Flash
3GYes, WCDMA
Multi-TouchYes, 5 points multi-touch
BandGSM 850/900/1800/1900MHz
WCDMA: 850/900/1900/2100MHz(IMT-2000)
Play StoreYes
BluetoothYes, built in
GPSYes
Video720P, AVI/H.264/720P/MPEG4
MusicMP3/WMA/WAV/APE/AAC/FLAC/OGG
EbookUMD, TXT, PDF, HTML, RTF, FB2…
Analog TVNo
SIM Card Slot1
Email and BrowserYes, built in
WIFIYes, 802.11 b/g/n


Earphone Interface3.5mm
Work Timeup to 6hrs of WiFi or 3G
Battery5200mAh, 3.7V

LanguageDutch, Indonesian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, German, English, Spanish, French, Croatian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Hungarian, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Roman, Slovenian, Finnish, Swedish, Swahili, Vietnamese, Turkish, Zulu, Greek, Ukrainian, Russian, Serbian, Bulgarian, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, Thai, Bengali, Korean, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese
Other ApplicationsFile Manager, Search, Maps, Browser, Gallery, Clock, Play Store, Calculator, Calendar, Video, Email, Gmail…
Product Size192 x 123 x 13mm
Product Weight391g
Extend Port1 x TF card slot; 1 x SIM card slot
1 x Dock Port
1 x 3.5mm Earphone port

Package including1 x Charger
1 x USB cable
1 x Earphone
Package Weight671g

3 comments:

Anonymous said... at March 16, 2013 at 1:20 PM

Saan meron nito? :)

Anonymous said... at May 21, 2013 at 12:05 AM

The screen will not adjust automatically and my battery stopped working properly after two monts. So, poor quality?

Robert.

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