Access the Real Google Android Market With the Identity Tablet by Enspert / Filemate.
The Identity Tablet is a 7” tablet pc that utilizes the Android 2.2 Froyo operating system. I have found it being sold and branded by two different companies, one being Enspert and the other Wintec Filemate. In either case it is the same Identity Tablet.
I was looking for a tablet for my son for Christmas this year and wanted to spend under $300 if at all possible. I found a lot of tablets made by Colby, Pandigital and Ematic. They were priced between $89 and $200 and they used an Android operating system. However, I learned that none of these tablets had access to the real Google Android Market Place. Rather, they had access to some kind of knock off “Android Market” and most of their applications were really second rate. I also found that customers who had purchased these devices usually were not very satisfied and the reviews were quite low.
I feared that if I was going to purchase a tablet that had access to the Google Android Market and was of any kind of quality at all, I would most likely have to spend close to $400 and buy something like the Samsung Galaxy tablet. However, I got lucky when I stumbled across a tablet called the Identity Tablet and one of the first things I noticed was that it had gone through the Google certification process which allowed it to have access to the Google Android Market. Not only that but I also found that most of the customers who had purchased the Identity Tablet were givCredit: Amazon Market Placeing it 4 and 5 star reviews and it was just barely over $200. So, I took a leap of faith and purchased the Identity Tablet for my son’s Christmas.
We have been extremely pleased with the Identity Tablet and my son has spent hours and hours on it since Christmas Day. He has been watching videos on YouTube, downloading apps from the Google Android Market like Fruit Ninja, Angry Birds and some race car game. He can access his Facebook and email accounts and do almost everything you would expect to do on a tablet device. The color is awesome and the screen is amazingly crisp, not fuzzy and blurry like some of the other tablets I looked at. The Identity Tablet connects to Wi-Fi rather easily and has a tremendous range. My son took his Identity Tablet outside of our home to his friend’s car and it remained connected to our Wi-Fi and he was able to download apps and play games on it from that distance. It functions much the same as my Motorola Atrix 2 smart phone does and the 1GHz CPU is quite snappy when running applications. The external speaker functions adequately for such a device but the sound quality isn’t the greatest. However, you can always plug in your headphones if you want a better sounding experience. So far, we have been very satisfied with the Identity Tablet and would recommend it to anyone who wanted a good starter tablet under $300 before they moved on to something like the Ipad 2 or the Samsung Galaxy Tablet.
As for some of the hardware specs, the Identity Tablet supports Adobe Flash 10.1 allowing you to view video content on most websites and blogs. The Identity Tablet utilizes the Samsung C110, ARM Cortex-A8 1GHZ "Hummingbird” CPU. It has 512 MB of RAM and an 8 GB built in flash storage and can be expanded with the addition of a 32 GB SD card. The Identity Tablet has a brilliant 7" Multi-Touch Capacitive LCD and allows you to zoom in or out by pinching your fingers together or spreading them apart. It allows for Bluetooth v2.1 + EDR connectivity and Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. It has a 3 MP camera but does not have a front facing camera for video chat. All in all, it is a great find given all that you get for such a reasonable price.