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    what is your total budget,if anything higher than 20k then just grab the nexus and what is your actual purpose is,? and don't go with the Chinese tabs if you want to have better developer support

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    If you can find one buy the first generation Nexus 7. Its performance used to degrade with time but android kitkat solved the problem. I suggest avoiding chinese copycats of apple products.

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    the 1st nd 2nd are almost the same...only the m version has 2gb of ram which is very useful...if u want to have sim support the 3rd one is perfect...nd if dont rally need it then u can go for the 1st one. As for Nexus 7 its way old, doesnt have memory support, display is not that satisfactory though resolution is good. You can easily take one of the above 3 models..and BEWARE! Onda makes really good tabs though they are copycats

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    Onda looks impressive. is there anyone importing this to bd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    Onda looks impressive. is there anyone importing this to bd?
    yeah...looks impressive... but i dont know if anyone is importing it ATM..i was going to bring it through a facebook group...i was given an estimated price of 18k for V975M, and 15.5k for V975..

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    yeah...looks impressive... but i dont know if anyone is importing it ATM..i was going to bring it through a facebook group...i was given an estimated price of 18k for V975M, and 15.5k for V975..
    that's cheap, if you get one let me know how is it please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arefinzz View Post
    that's cheap, if you get one let me know how is it please.
    thats the reason im confused about the product... :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by terrygr8_007 View Post
    thats the reason im confused about the product... :S
    even though they have lucrative specifications doesn't mean that this will be good, and over 15k is not a small amount don't know about you, but before you go for it just make some research in xda developers and their support team,

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    What i said is ONDA makes very good tabs like Ainol...so you rely on them...make some research...then u willl understand

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