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Cherrypal CherryPad

Cherrypal CherryPad
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7 reviews

Jul, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the performance. The value for money also gets good feedback, but there are some critical comments about the screen. Opinions are divided on the portability.

value for money, performance

screen

On average, users rate this product 40/100.

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Cherrypal CherryPad America Hands-on: An $188 Android Tablet That Works!

 

When we first heard about the CherryPad America from the eco-conscious tech company Cherrypal, we experienced flashbacks to the underwhelming Augen GenTouch78 and other low-cost Android slates. How much Android tablet do you really get for $188? Like...

Overall, the CherryPad America (for now available exclusively through online retailer Zecozi) is not meant to compete with the iPad, and the company admits as much. It’s a low-cost tablet for getting online and enjoying Android apps. And as long as you...

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Cherrypal CherryPad

 

Before we go any further, there are a few questions about Cherrypal, the company behind the CherryPad, that need to be answered. In 2009, the company announced a computer called the Cherrypal—a low-power, $99 laptop computer. Many people, in the U.S....

Very inexpensive. Small and light. Runs Android

Company's reputation is questionable. Some features are not yet enabled. Resistive touch screen can be difficult to type on. Limited storage

The Android-based Cherrypal CherryPad has flaws aplenty, and there are definitely better tablet options, but its $188 price tag is tough to beat.

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Cherrypal Confesses: CherryPad America Not Google, Android Complaint

 

Cherrypal has acknowledged that the CherryPad America has serious issues that the company acknowledges cannot be fixed immediately. The company's offering has curiously included the Google Experience. PhoneNews.com contacted Google to find out if the...

Due to the reasons above, PhoneNews.com will not be reviewing the CherryPad America at this time

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CherryPad 7-Inch Android Tablet Video Review

 

Quote from review: "The CherryPad is a 7-inch slate that comes preloaded with the Android 2.1 (aka Eclair) operating system and is driven by an 800MHz ARM11-based processor by Samsung backed by a meager 256MB of DDR2 system memory. The device is also...

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CherryPad 7-Inch Android Tablet Video Review

 

Tablets, tablets and more tablets. If we were asked to pick only one HOT product category this holiday shopping season, there wouldn't be even a nanosecond of hesitation before we offered the words tablet PCs. Tablet PCs may not be a new product...

Dirt cheap ; Android 2.1, 2.2 update promised ; Full Android marketplace installed ; Decent WiFi performance

Flimsy thin plastic screen, warping ; Resistive touch is painfully unresponsive at times ; Scareen glare and tight viewing angle ; Needs another 256MB of RAM at least. Sluggish

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Max is misinformed

 

I ordered a pc in August 2010, and have never received it and never received a refund. I continually try and contact them through e-mail and phone, and even through the better business bureau. To this date I have not gotten a response, nor a pc.

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It is not as bad as reviewed

 

Two weeks ago, I purchased a Cherrypad for my daughter to enter diabetes info from Android apps. I chanced upon a PCMAG mini-review and after some research decided to purchase. The website cherrypad.com stated that it would take 7 business days, but I...