Monday, November 19, 2012

Ployer Momo7 DualCore 7" IPS Tablet

Ployer Momo series has been quite popular before during Cortex A8 days when Ainol Novo Tablets aren't born yet. However, it seems they've had hard time producing best yet cheap DualCore Cortex A9 Tablets this year. Their newest 7" DualCore Tablet came almost 5-months late than competitors like Ainol, PiPO, Window, Cube, etc. Good thing is, they've choose the best DualCore Cortex A9 Chipset that are massively popular to Tablet Enthusiasts; the famous Rockchip RK3066 Chipset, a 1.6GHz DualCore Cortex A9 processor with 200MHz QuadCore Mali400 graphics with awesome performance. It comes with a 1GB DDR3 RAM and 16GB of NAND Storage. It has the latest Android 4.1 JellyBean OS preinstalled together with the updated Google PlayStore.

The Ployer Momo7 DualCore 7" IPS Tablet is available at for US$125.99 including a world-wide free shipping. The price is very similar to PiPO U1 Tablet which we've also featured here previously or the new PiPO U2. We'll see if PiPO can hold its ground against this newcomer.

Ployer Momo7 is equipped with a 7" 1024x600 resolution screen with gorgeous IPS Technology that gives the Tablet a more vibrant colour, vivid images and a wide viewing angle. It is a Capacitive 5-point Touch Screen which is covered then by an ordinary Scratch Resist glass screen. Ployer could have had put an HD Screen with 1280x800 pixel resolution here and made it become even better from PiPO U1 but they didn't which is kinda sad. Well, it should be fine as both is still much better than 800x480 pixel screen. Nothing special on the front except for the 0.3MP Front Facing Camera which can be use on Video Calls.
The Shell material uses a glossy white plastic with elegant curve edges on all sides and every corner. The design is very simple with only brand and interface ports marking are visible. If you previously owned an Ainol Novo7 Aurora, you should be able to feel that Ployer Momo7 shell material  is almost identical except it has a decent 2.0MP Rear Facing Camera that can captures atleast 720p HD outdoor photos or videos. You'll also notice the single firing loudspeaker placed at the right side of the Tablet that will provide adequate sound quality. It should be good enough to let you watch movies together with your friends indoor.
The Ployer Momo7 offers a complete interface ports which are very important to Tablets. A mini-HDMI port, a micro-USB port with OTG function, a 5V/2A DC-IN which are all behind the retractable plastic cover. There is also a 3.5mm Headphone port, and ofcourse the microSD expansion slot that supports upto 32GB of microSDCard storage. However, it lacks Bluetooth connectivity, so if you're planning to use some BT accessories, this one is not recommended. What makes the Ployer Momo7 slightly better than other 7" RK3066 Tablet was its 4000mAh Battery Capacity. It can serve 6~7hrs of Internet Browsing and Movie Playback.
Though the Ployer Momo7 is quite late, it is still a very good alternative and definitely worth every penny. It may have some CONS like no HD-720p screen resolution and a Bluetooth Connectivity but Ployer tried to make everything in good balance by not removing the mini-HDMI port or lowering the Battery Capacity which PiPO U1 did. Performance should be somehow very similar to other 7" RK3066 Tablets which are awesome on Heavy 3D Games yet doesn't overheat a lot. And since it has pure Plastic Shell material, WiFi module shouldn't have any unstable connectivity.

Just don't compare it to Ainol's Novo7 Fire/Flame because it'll definitely going to lose. But Ainol's stock are very very hard these days so these good alternatives are to the rescue.

ModelPloyer momo7 Dual Core Tablet PC
CPURockchip RK3066, 1.6GHz, Dual Core, Cortex A9
Operation SystemAndroid 4.1
ROM(Memory)16GB Nand Flash
Shell MaterialPlastic
ScreenSize7 Inch
TypeCapacitive Screen, IPS
Resolution1024 x 600px
Visible Angle178°

Extend CardSupport TF card up to 32GB extended
CameraDual camera, front is 0.3 and back is 2.0 megapixels
Gravity SensorYes
Multi-TouchYes, 5 points multi-touch
FlashSupport Flash 11.1
Play Store Yes, built in
OTGYes, support ExFAT, NTFS, FAT32
Email and BrowserYes, built in
WIFIYes, 802.11 b/g/n
Earphone Interface3.5mm
Work TimeUp to 5 hours for video, 4 hours for game
Battery4000 MAh, 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 ApplicationsES File Explorer , Google Search, Google Maps, Browser, Gallery, Clock, Market, Calculator, Calendar, Video, Email, Gmail…
Product Size191 x 122 x 10mm
Product Weight320g
Extend Port1 x TF card slot, 1 x HDMI port
1 x Micro USB port
1 x 3.5mm Earphone

Package including1 x Charger
1 x USB cable
1 x Tablet PC


ivanz said... at January 26, 2013 at 9:53 PM

I bought this Tablet recently for my Brother, and I was surprised by the Tablet's build quality. It was so much beautiful despite of its cheap price. So thin and sleek, it didn't fail me buying this for my brother. Took FedEx 3-Days to deliver the Package at my door-step. World-Class packaging by Panda.

See some early shots here:

1. Screen is so beautiful even it is QHD only. Bright and Vivid, wide viewing angles and very responsive Touch Screen.
2. WiFi is excellent, can connect to other router that most of my devices can't. Stable and fast.
3. Tested how long the Battery would last and was quite surprise it took long enough after downloading so many apps and games while it was at 100% screen brightness.
4. Fast DualCore processor and with QuadCore Mali400 graphics, Wild Blood runs very smooth without any noticeable lags.
5. Barely gets heated on the back which other Tabs experience when Gaming.
6. Front and Rear Camera isn't great but is good enough with decent lighting or in broad daylight.
7. Running on JellyBean 4.1.1 smoothly, Playstore has good compatiblity.
8. Thin and Lightweight.

8. No Bluetooth connectivity. well, for Cheap price like this, I've never expected it to have any.
9. Landscape Accelerometer has 10degree offset. I think can be corrected by a firmware upgrade. Portrait has no problem.

Overall, I'll recommend this to any of my friends.

Anonymous said... at April 2, 2013 at 2:41 AM

Nice in everything but there is this faulty charging port, it came off easily, got a replacement but the same things happens again to my frustration . Obviously the usb ports are loses and not properly mounted, the speakers volumes is way too low , hardly audible watching movies.
Without this ports it is a total loss for my money, one mths two units of same problems.

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