What happens when you buy a tablet with an 18" screen?
Samsung Galaxy View: http://amzn.to/1JG6MFr
With the Galaxy View Samsung tried something a little different. Powered by Android 5.1 Lollipop with an 18.4" screen, the Galaxy View tablet dwarves most laptops but is it worth it? Is this the ultimate video and gaming device or a massive mistake?
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best tablet is iball wondro 10 i am using from 1 years i m having 5 tablets ipad and all other companies tablet , but i saw iball wondro 10 10.1 inch tablet is very good and good betterybackup. Maybe that was manufactured in india.I bought it from bestbuy shop anad cheap.
Maybe is a way to sell a monitor with some extra capabilities, so you have a monitor and you have some kind of portable PC at the same time. But it will require full keyboard and joystick support to be a choice.
I bought one of these and took it back the next day. It is an awesome idea but poorly executed. The processor is slow and it doesn't have enough RAM to play basic android 3D games. I played Rayman on it and it was so laggy it was unplayable. Also the attached stand is extremely annoying. They should have made it detachable. Overall a disappointment.
I get it. After playing around with the Samsung Family Hub refrigerator with its 21" Android touchscreen I was convinced that having a large tablet display in the kitchen is a great idea... having it built into a refrigerator, not so much. While the Galaxy View is pretty big at 18" I'm Samsung didn't just make it 21" to match the fridge display. I see a lot of comments here of people saying that they think it's too big. I suspect those people are only considering using it like a conventional tablet. Using the Family Hub really underscores the idea that Android doesn't need to be just a handheld device. I have Android boxes attached to all my televisions and love it and I am currently planning to build my own "Family Hub" using a 23" touchscreen monitor connected to a Raspberry Pi.... but if the Pi plan becomes too difficult, I may try using an Android box instead.
In fact, if anyone knows a good source of information on how to run a large touchscreen monitor on a Raspberry Pi, please let me know. Thanks for the review. Keep it up!