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Thread: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

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    Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    Basically I am looking for a tablet PC that can fulfill my work needs. The tablet must have the aptitude to root otherwise whichever universal hacking. An RJ-45 port, i actually donít wish for a number of USB adapters. Capability to run a definite Android OS. A keyboard would be extremely pleasant. The Wifi of course most necessary thing. What do you suggest on this?

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    The RJ45 connector is not enough but you could go online without the router. Because you need the router so that you can then go to TCP / IP over LAN online. Who are you using only one DSL modem, then the end device should be able to PPP over Ethernet, and this is afaik not Android or Windows Mobile. You'd deeply in the operating system install a driver for that. But I think that a current DSL wireless router does not need more power than an old DSL modem.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    The big factor for Google Android OS devices popular is its greater capacity at lower cost. There are many brands adopting Android OS to support their electronic products. Even there are so many equipment suppliers brands offered no Google Android tablet PC in a very low price. I know, Pickegg offers the best prices in the world of tablet PCs, Google Android, for example, a 7-inch by m8650 ARM11 Google Android 2.2 MID tablet PC 800 MHz 256 MB to 2 GB , sold at a price of $ 78.21, with no cost burden as well.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    The first tablet in the list is the ZT-180 Zenithink ePad Android. This tablet, which runs on Android 2.1, has 256 MB of RAM and 2 GB hard drive, expandable to 16. Its 10-inch resistive screen works with a 1Ghz processor makes this the most powerful tablet of their Chinese counterparts. With possibility of connection via Wi-Fi or Ethernet with RJ45 adapter, the 10-inch screen. It also incorporates the Touch Control system for more comfortable navigation. It also includes a high quality stereo speakerís make this tablet a reasonable option.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    I also think that the RJ45 connector is not better than the Ethernet one. Another thing to consider is the fact that I put 5 tablets work with Android. I considered that being an open source OS type is more suitable for a tablet for the possibility of finding ROMS and improvements to any tablet.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    First of all is the good news indeed: The Motorola Xoom is getting an update that is designed to prepare the soon-coming flash support. This suggests at least that the "real" Flash update is in the not too distant future. However, the preliminary installation of updates for those who Rooted her Xoom / unlocked, have not readily possible.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    I think that you need to check out the HTC Flyer. The operating system should come first Android 2.3 are used, but the tablet will be able to also support Android 3.0. An update will follow as soon as possible.

    Are many of us ask for advice when choosing a tablet, since it seems that many of you have opted for this type of product ahead of Christmas as a gift to do, but especially to receive it, all we know . We will try to reach an agreement on the points we should consider when choosing a good tablet, the ideal for our needs or what we're ultimately not everyone wants the same or cares much a particular functionality here or there. Stressing the models that stand out in these parameters.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    Many of you are seeing an incessant rain of the web tablets, and little by little to your surroundings. The effect was unstoppable iPhone, and Android has responded to the Need?. And I doubt the nature of this need for two reasons: First, I do not think even in the tablets as an indispensable element in our lives, most fad tool when you consider everything that can make our phone for us. And second, because not all have the same needs or want the same thing. However the price is Price perhaps most important, now in the following tables you can compare the best graphically, but prices vary widely, mainly because you are not buying the same thing at the end of the day, and I say this as truism, but it is not same in terms of quality of life that brings you over and over, is set by practical necessity.

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    Re: Android Tablet with RJ-45 port and Ability to root

    The tablet with Android HoneyComb already updated to version 3.1 of the Asus is the one with the lowest price in the single version of WiFi and this is having very high sales volumes, the highest of all manufacturers Android. Given the choice of the device manufacturer you can root to get root privileges that go for example to the objective functions such as changing the work of the CPU in order to save battery.

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