Preview Of The Upcoming TEK807D Android Gaming Handheld

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On May 10th I got the chance to take a look at the soon to be available TEK807D Android Gaming Handheld. I take a look at the JXD S7300 and the Archos Gamepad for comparison and show what's better in this new TEK807D device. This video is a hardware overview and a look at the specs as well as seeing the device in action in a sneak preview of it. It is going to be sold in various places in the world under a different brand name. Yet inside the device is the same. Sellers can brand the unit and customize how the specs are. Like a rear viewing camera, battery size etc. It's expected to launch in Europe this summer for €150 or under $200 US.
Read more about the hardware specs below.

Sadly I had no time that weekend to thoroughly test it and make a more in depth video on it but this video is well worth checking out nonetheless. Soon I will get a pre- or real production model device that I will give a thorough testing, gameplay, bench-marking and comparison. Meanwhile keep your eyes peeled for more news and upcoming videos on this unit!

Hardware specs:
Display: 7" TFT LCD 1024x600 pixels (16:9)
Touch screen: 5-points Multi-Touch Capacitive Touch Screen
Camera Lens: GLASS + PLASTIC
CPU: ROCKCHIP 3066, Dual-core ARM Cortex A9 @1.6GHz
GPU: High performance Quad Core ARM Mali 400MP4
Operating System: Android 4.1.1
Memory: 1GB DDR3
Storage: 4GB Flash memory (8Gb Optional)
Interface (input/output): Micro USB2.0 for PC connection, Micro USB2.0 OTG for connection to USB memory drives and/or USB mouse-Keyboard, Standard HDMI mini
TF card reader (SDHC support up to 32GB / SDXC 64GB), 3.5mm stereo headphone jack, 5V DC-in
Buttons: Special gaming buttons: joystick left+right, direction buttons, X/Y/A/B, Start,
Select, Sholder button L1, R1 and L2/R3, L3/R3
Key Mapping software: Special keymapping software to assign the HW joystick, direction buttons, X/Y/A/B, Start, Select, L2, R2, L3, R3 & Sholder button L1, R1 to touch screen simulation in order to play touchscreen games with the analog buttons
Wi-fi: High Speed 802.11 / b g n, supports EVDO/TD-SCD/WCDMA through external
3G dongle connected via USB (Up to 6Mbps)
2D video decoder: High Performance dedicated 2D processor
3D video decoder: Supports 1080P full-format video playback due to the 1080P hardware encoder for H.264 and VP8 and Stereoscopic 3D H.264 MVC Video
HDMI: Embedded HDMI 1.4a, supporting 3D display (1920*1080P,1920*1080I,1280*720P,720*480P,720*480I video output + Stereo
Audio)
Camera: Built-in 0.3MP (front) camera / 2MP (back, optional)
Microphone: Built-in Microphone
Sound: system Built-in speaker
3D accellerator: Mali 400MP4 GPU, supports 3D games flawlessly and perfectly
Battery: Rechargeable Li-Ion 4000mAh battery
G-sensor: Built-in G-sensor
Game support: 3D games, flash games, Android game applications
Flash: Flash 11.1 supported
Supported video formats: AVI,WMV,MP4,MPG,MKV,RM,RMVB,FLV,MOV,VOB,DAT,TS,3GP,VP8
(WebM)
Supported Subtitels: SRT
Supported audio formats: MP3,WMA,WAV, APE, FLAC, AAC, OGG, OGA, M4A, 3GPP (Embedded audio CODEC) / Recording in 3GP
Supported picture formats: JPG, BMP, GIF, PNG, PG, JFIF
Supported ebook formats: ANSI/UNICODE TXT, PBD, PDF, Epub,FB2, HTML
Multi-languages: Supports Standard Android OS Multi languages
Unit dimentions: 235mm × 121mm × 11mm
Unit Weight: 0.36 kg
Unit color: Anthracite black with Aluminum side plates.
Operation Temperature Temp: 0 Celcius ~ +60 Celcius
Storage Temperature Temp: -10 Celcius ~ 80 Celcius

The media has picked up on this device too, here's a small article on the unit:
http://liliputing.com/2013/04/tekniser-joins-the-gaming-tablet-space-wit...

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Rob Daviau
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Finally!

We have an inside man! Make them get it right Mark!

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Mark Vergeer
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LOL

Rob Daviau wrote:
We have an inside man! Make them get it right Mark!

The sky is the limit :)

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