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Camangi WebStation

Camangi WebStation
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Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 3 reviews of Camangi WebStation. The average rating for this product is 2.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Tablets for all reviews. Reviewers really like the apps. The design also gets good feedback.

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The Camangi WebStation was announced back when Android-based tablets were still a novelty; since then we've seen the iPad launch, various other tablets attempt to grab our attention, and read a few pretty dire reviews of the company's first-gen...

Overall, it’s hard to recommend the Camangi WebStation to a broad audience. Browsing is reasonable – absence of Flash aside – as is ebook reading, but we’d want our tablet to work as a PMP too, and the WebStation’s dire video performance counts it out....

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The world's first 7-inch Android touchscreen tablet looks sleek but is held back by sluggish performance and a mediocre multimedia experience.

The Android tablet market is still in its formative stages, but there are a few key features and attributes these devices have to get right in order to appeal to consumers: speedy performance, accurate touch input, good multimedia playback, and easy...

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What is being reviewed? The device up for review today is the Camangi WebStation, an Android based internet tablet. The WebStation was originally released back in late December 2009 and is currently priced at $275. The specs Android OS 1.5 7-inch...

The important part, the bottom line and big questions. Would I buy it, and would I recommend it? Yes, on both counts. I would buy one, though I would say I would feel much better about my purchase with a price of $199 instead of $275. As for...