…when we stopped by the company’s booth here at MWC to check out its Spectrum line of Android tablets, our bar was already set quite low. Turns out, there’s room for it to drop even lower as that family of 7-, 8- and 9.7-inch slates seems more of a KIRF attempt than true product line from a former imaging heavyweight.
Oh well, let’s read on:
On a minor upswing, the OS across the capacitive tabs is stock ICS, with Froyo relegated to the resistive ones.
Sounds OK, I gue…what? What? Resistive?
Performance is sluggish and uneven at best considering the array of processors and clock speeds employed: from a 1.5GHz CPU in the auto-stereoscopic 7-incher to an 800MHz processor for the lower-end units to a 1GHz ARM11 in the 9.7-inch, TouchPad-like slab.
Still on the resistive thing. What?
You can check out the full array of lackluster tabs in our gallery below.
Resistive? Are you *sure*?
(image from Engadget. This is the best of them. SUCH a disappointment)