I thought I'd just write a mini review about my experiences with the BITT gametablet. I was considering buying a yinlips or JXD device first but since I'm living in Belgium i could just pick one of these up from one of the local intertoys stores.
I'm just going to break the review up in a few good points and bad points.
-7 inch screen, The device is big but still portable and who doesn't like a big screen
-Battery life, using the fpse emulator with wifi turned off and medium brightness you get about 5 hours of playtime
which is pretty decent for such a big screen. Wifi drains your battery very fast though.
-Rooting, the device is already rooted you just need to install SuperSU which you can find on the play-store.
-Android 4.0, With ICS most peripherals you connect to the USB port work straight away. Tested with wireless
mouse and keyboard. (I still need to get my hands on a wireless dongle for xbox controllers)
-Hdmi out, this works as expected
-USB port charging, you can charge the device through the USB port although you need atleast 500mha
-Performance, It can run the Playstation and Nintendo64 emulators at full speed which is all i wanted it to do.
It plays MKV's without any stuttering with Moboplayer. GTA3 is playable but lags.
-Capacitive screen, its a 5 point touchscreen and works well. For some reason it's less responsive while plugged in
-No bluetooth options, I can understand that they didn't include a bluetooth chip in the device because of the extra
cost. But there are no bluetooth options included in the ROM so even a bluetooth dongle
-buttons, the buttons are really stiff and uncomfortable to press. There is a solution but it requires you to open
your device. More on solving this below
-analogue nubs, just as with the Yinlips and JXD both nubs are mapped to the dpad and abxy buttons. They do
feel and work great though.
I ended having to open it up because i dropped and the shoulder button was broken. While i was soldering the tact switch I also found out what the problem was with the facebuttons. for some reason they put a small piece of rubber in there which serves absolutely no purpose.
So you can just take that piece out and the buttons become allot more responsive. I went a step further still and cut them into separate buttons with my Dremel. Now they feel exactly like the buttons on a PSP.
Hoped you like my first post