Creative Ziio 7 tablet is good, but sans Android market
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The new Creative Ziio tablets have created quite a buzz in the digital arena. Some more facts on one of them are worth a mention. I’m going to focus over the Ziio 7. It sports a 7-inch display which has a 800 x 480 pixel resistive touchscreen, it has been perceived as pretty responsive as opposed to popular public perception of the inferiority of resistive displays to capacitive ones.
Some other specifications of the Ziio 7 are the presence of a ZiiLabs ZMS-08 HD chip, 8GB or 16GB of storage depending upon what you pick. But the sad part is that the Ziio family declines support for Google Android, thereby closing doors or rather making it much more of a hassle to get past all related Android supported downloads, installations and third party apps. This would obviously eventually make the Ziio tablets loose out to competing products from Samsung, Dell and the like.