Today my sister decided to surprise me with an early birthday present (my birthday will be on the 21-st).We went to an electronics store and she
asked me whether I like a PC tablet for my birthday.Of course I wanted one, long story short my choice came down between Asus Nexus and Quart QP 970.I
chose the Quart although I have heard all about the Nexus, but the Nexus had a 7 inch display and the Quart 9.7 and because I will mainly use it for
reading books I chose the Quart.The problem is I can't find the Quart tablet anywhere on the internet except on the site of the store I bought it
from.Does anyone have this kind of tablet, why I can't find reviews for it anywhere? The tablet is working great so far but I'm kind of
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Yes it has a one year warranty and I can't get my hands off it.The display is reacting great, it has android ice cream operating system but the only
place I can find it is this www.amc.com.mk...
I feel like I should punch myself for choosing it over the Nexus.
I have to say if it's working fine, then you shouldn't need to worry! Plus you have warranty. Enjoy it
When i bought my tablet i got the first iPad (3+ years ago) still working fine. All this "it's thinner" "it has a camera now" business doesn't
really mean anything for me when it comes to a tablet computer. I don't want to be using the thing as a camera!
Anyway, I hope you have a great birthday on that very eerie and infamous date!
I have an unbranded (actually NATPC) tablet and it's a fantastic bit of kit.
Good processor, 1gb ram, 8gb HDD, And being Android, it's very easily customisable.
Don't worry,You have warranty and as long as you like it and it does everything you need, then you're ok.
edit on 8-12-2012 by stargatetravels
because: (no reason given)
If it works fine and does what you want it to, I wouldn't worry about it. Be sure to fill out the warranty paper. Look over the papers that came with
it, there might be a phone number or website listed. Maybe you can be the first to write a review for it. Let us know later how it's working out.
It's probably odm made and branded as a number of different things in different
countries. Over 90% of laptops (assuming tablets too) are made by the same
8 companies (ones most people
haven't heard of) and are rebranded with the famous names
I bet it's just as good as a brand name one, but you didn't have to pay for the advertising etc.
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