I wanted to see if Best Buy’s stock had changed.
Only one out of the four has the Insignia Flex Elite 7.85. And only one has the Asus ZenPad S 8.0. And they are located miles apart.
It’s taken this long for all four to finally stock the Samsung Galaxy Tab A!
Anyway, on a lark, I decided to download SmartQ Reader to the Insignia. It’d been recommended to me previously by Vis1-0N in a Comment months ago.
I figured, why not?
I’m soooo glad I did!
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DJI forum: Which Tablet to use?
Looking for opinions on which tablet is best for the DJI Inspire?
In reply #11:
Insignia Flex Elite 7.85″:
I had a really good feeling about this tablet. A Best Buy Specialty brand for $150 with a 1.8GHz quad core processor and 2G RAM. It is also relatively new I think and sports a nice display and H265 4k playback potential. Tablet seemed like it would work really well considering the “nextbook” experience and this had higher stats. But it didn’t want to play nice with the DJI app and I was never able to get it to connect to the inspire. The app would open but the darn thing would just never ask for permissions to allow the controller to be connected. All debug settings were set up proper and I even took it to Geek Squad with my inspire to have them trouble shoot. Unknown why it wouldn’t connect. Its a shame. I would have loved to see the results as this looked like a solid tablet for the price.
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And I was wondering about this earlier …
Xperia C5 Ultra confirmed as snippets of user guide unveiled
Rumoured specifications include a 1080p resolution display that is bigger than the Xperia C4 (5.5-inches) and feature a MediaTek MT6752 (64-bit octa-core LTE) chipset.
But it doesn’t appear on the Leaksfly Twitter account, so is it real?
Where’s the mid-range replacement for the Xperia T2 Ultra?
Five Technology had been off Weibo for nearly a month. I wondered if the company died.
Now this. The web page — a locked forum post — is here [Google Translate].