Thanks for the reply Suppin and maderin1.
Is it really that bad?
About Ainol Novo8 and 7 those were my first choices but they have the Mali-400 GPU which is a big turn-off. I intend to use it for heavy 3D games (Fast5 HD) and Emulators(PSX,SNES,GENESIS) and I want it to be able to play 1080p stuff. Also Novo7 seems to have a mediocre screen although great at media playback and Novo8 a weaker processor (Emulators). Window N50 is very impressive but again rockchips, although superior in media, I am not sure how well they handle heavy 3D games and emus. Acer Iconia A100.....
Can you guys recommend Dropad A8X? cause I would love to have classic Dropad A8 but A8X just seems that much better...
: I know the Power VR SGX 540 delivers for gaming but does this tab fair well on 1080p playback??
btw, I found another tab!
Its from a company called Besurely.
You are looking at all the wrong things when it comes to picking a good tablet. Honestly there is nothing to jump up and down about Tegra2 processor and the standard android port for most big brand Tegra2 devices is pretty bad, so i can only imagine this being even worse.
Picking up generic tablets like this is playing Russian roulette with your cash. If you were to jump on a Rockchip generic tab you would at least be secure in knowing the Rockchip port of Android tends to be stable and you get relatively good performance.
You're better off buying a generic tab which has some community development already rolling, you will get much more out of it and be much more satisfaction.
Whatever you do, don't just look at hardware specs and assume X tablet will be better than Y tablet as it has better hardware. There is much more to hardware performance than the hardware itself.