ANDROID 4.4 KITKAT - 10.1" FUSION5 XTRA POWER4 TABLET PC - QUAD-CORE CPU - POWERFUL GPU - 16GB STORAGE - SLEEK DESIGN - BLUETOOTH - BLUETOOTH…
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- ANDROID 4.4 KITKAT WITH BLUETOOTH
- HIGHLY POWERFUL QUAD-CORE PROCESSOR
- 1GB RAM and 16GB STORAGE
- DUAL CAMERAS AND 10.1
- 12 MONTHS UK WARRANTY - UK SERVICE CENTRE
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The Fusion5 Android tablet is turning out to be a good purchase for me. I've come across many sub-$100 tablets that seem problematic from what I can tell from reviews. This one seemed to have better than average reviews, so I decided to try it out. Overall to this point, I'm very happy. There are some minor inconveniences I have to deal with, but for the price, these issues are very minor. The first and most noticeable is the viewing angle of the screen is limited almost directly in front. Any viewing from beyond maybe 10-degrees makes dark screens difficult to see. The other slightly noticeable detail is slight lags in performance when using BT keyboard and mouse. It's possible when used only as a tablet, you may not see this lag, but I've only had my Fusion5 for a week, so more use is needed. I am pretty familiar with Android tablets as I own a number of them. The low price of this tablet definitely makes up for the minor issues mentioned above. I'll be doing some long term testing and eventually, some durability testing. Due to the possibility of permanent damage, the durability tests will come much later. So far, I'd recommend the Fusion5 Android 4.4 tablet. I'll update my review over time.
(This review completed: 6/22/2016)
After a couple more weeks of use, my opinion is basically the same. Ilke this tablet, especially for the low price. I've already recommended it to someone at work, who was looking for something for his kids. One other plus I've noticed with this tablet was it's battery charge. Many tablets/phones I've come across have a problem with holding a charge, even when powered completely off. The Fusion5 battery does not drain when powered off (NOT screen off and device idle). I've come across many phones and tablets that have this issue, including iPhones and iPads I own. When you power off the device completely, the battery can end up drained after maybe a week. The Fusion5 does not do this. I left it sitting for about 10 days. When I fired it up for testing, it was at 80%, just about where I left it. The iPhone mentioned above went dead after being fully charged, a single use to go jogging, then sitting for only 1 week. One other nice feature I came across by accident is that this device is already rooted. Some apps I like to use, Quick Reboot and Avast Firewall, bring up a different version of the Superuser app and allows you to allow/deny access to root. I did not have to do anything. This app was preinstalled. I'll add PROS/CONS to more easily see a summary of my review. Especially since it's getting quite long.
(This review completed: 8/12/2016)
It's now a couple months later since I purchased the Fusion5 and nothing else to comment on. Everything is working great and I now leave this tablet out in my living room setup like a laptop, with a bluetooth keyboard and usb mouse attached, to use as a home computer. This helps so now I don't have to take out my Surface Pro 4 when I need a big screen computer. Most of my productivity work is on Google Drive, so even that is accessible and works well from the Fusion5. I was going to do some durability testing (dropping, tossing, etc.), but I'm starting to enjoy having this extra computer around the house so I'll hold off on that test for now.
- extremely low price (8/5/2016 was $74.99)
- not speedy, but workably fast considering the price
- good size screen in terms of inches
- lots of ports - 2 USB ports is a first
- already rooted (very nice) - helps with some apps I use, "Quick Reboot" and "Avast Firewall"
- dual charging capability - comes with a lame pin charger, but also charges via micro USB
- screen viewing angle very narrow
- intermittent lags - seemed to be caused by my bluetooth mouse - usb mouse works fine
- not so great size screen in terms of resolution
Screen is quite washed out, not crisp at all. Tried multiple brightness settings. Colors are washed out as well and text is blurry, especially up close Even the cheapest Fire tablet has a far superior screen. Device is rooted already - dangerous from a security perspective. There is a noticeable lag in some games and even scrolling a ebook would just stutter along. I will stick with Kindle fire for my low end tablets and relegate this paperweight to the junk pile.
The tablet arrived faster than expected. I've never had an Android product before, but I had no problem figuring it out.
My first impression was that the screen was horrible. Slightly low resolution and grainy, and the viewing angle is extremely finicky.
But considering this device costs only a quarter of some other tablets, I can't complain! Its a great value for the money, and is perfectly usuable and enjoyable. I found that when viewing it in landscape mode, with the top of the unit on the right, and slightly tilting the screen away from you (which is naturally how you would hold it) the screen quality is fine. But if the top is towards your left, and you tilt it away from you, the picture will nearly disappear! Using it in portrait mode is okay, especially if you angle it slightly towards your left.
Both cameras are really bad, but I can't see what use i have for camera's on a tablet anyway. But I am still happy with this purchase.