Cube company has launched a series of tablets. One of it is the U9 series. First tablet to come out in this series is the Cube U9GT which we are about to check.
Here are the specs of this tablet:
CPU: 1.2GHz RK2918
RAM: 512M DDRIII
Screen: 7 inch 800x480p
Micro SD slot: Support up to 16GB
Supports external 3G
Audio: 3.5mm/Supports: MP3,WMA,OGG,APE,FLAC,WAV,AAC,AC3
Video: Supports 1080P H.264,VP8,RV,WMV,AVS,H.263,MPEG4,Support 720P online video Support Flash10.1 and Youtube
Image: Support JPG, BMP, PNG
E-book: Support TXT, LRC, PDF, Html, Htm, EPUB, PDB, FB2 format
Record: Support Microphone;Support 3GPP Record format
Other function: Calendar,Clock,Alarm Clock,Counter,Record
Using earphone listening to music: 14.5 hour
Using earphone watching movie: 7 hour, browse: 8 hour
Language : Supports Multi-language
USB: mini 5 pin
Buttons: Power on/off, Volume Rocker ,ESC , Reset
OTG: Support U disk Max :32GB, Hard Drive, Ethernet, Keyboard, Mouse
Dimensions: 147.5x90x13.7 mm
Well, it’s an ancient tablet. It’s a 7 inch tablet powered by a single core Rockchip processor with Vivante GC800 GPU. It has 512MB of Ram and 8GB of built in storage. It runs Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread but can be upgraded to Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich. That’s pretty much everything you wanted to know in this tablet.
Yes it’s old but that doesn’t mean it’s useless. It’s still a serviceable tablet capable of doing some if not many primary things you want an Android tablet to do. Just instill in your minds that you won’t get the best in this tablet and you’ll be alright. You can still watch your favorite movie in this handy device but not in HD quality.
As for gaming, of course you can play casual games like Angry Birds and the likes. But don’t expect to run heavy 3D games on this one. There are a lot of fun games out there that doesn’t require the latest hardware to run. Android is a vast world. Believe me, there are still a lot of Android devices out there not capable of running Android 4 Ice Cream Sandwich.