December 24, 2010 |

SmartQ N7 Hot On The Heels Of R10 Disappointment


Smart Devices have announced a new tablet, the SmartQ N7, in hopes to draw attention away from the recent delay of the R10 tablets due to a mass manufacturing defect. The R10 tablets were supposed to hit shelves this month but will be delayed until January, at the very earliest. While not many official specs have been released for the N7 tablet, it is known the N7 will h ave a 7-inch 1024×600 screen. Other than that, not much is known, and we’re not entirely sure if SmartQ will be sticking with their Telechips TCC choice, which would be in tradition with all their other MID/tablet units. We hope that they move into the new Cortex A8/A9 craze, simply because while the TCC8902 chips offer good 1080p playback, it often lags behind in Android performance, which is presumably the operating system of this N7. More information as it filters down.

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Comments (3)


  1. Joel says:

    I had a telechips based R7 from SmartQ, can’t play videos even in low def let alone 720p and 1080p anywhere near in sync (video and audio).. According to them it is a fault at the chipset level, whether or not that is true I would hardly give SmartQ credit for being able to play 1080p as it really doesn’t handle SD videos if you want to watch them with video that is in sync with the audio..

  2. HS says:

    I do recall reading of some syncing issues with some of the old SmartQ V5/7 products, but thought they had addressed that with firmware updates.

    The hardware is certainly capable of 1080p video playback, and it is very surprising to hear that the R7 was such a disappointment.

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