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Disgo Tablet 6000 / 2GB / 7 inch Touch Screen / Android Tablet

Released on 11 October 2010

Manufacturer: Disgo

3.0 out of 5 (41 customer reviews) | Write a review

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The disgo Tablet 6000 is an affordable 7" Android device with full 1080p HD support and a HDMI port

This lightweight, compact tablet has a bright high resolution display for watching movies and reading eBooks, and thanks to its fast 1GHz processor, graphics accelerator and 2GB internal memory, you can multitask on the move.

Giving you the features you need for less, the disgo Tablet 6000 provides one-touch access to Android Getjar app market and lots of pre-installed applications, including You Tube, an eBook reader, a HD capable media player and the brilliant Skyfire web browser.Tablet portrait

It has a headphone socket and two built-in speakers and comes with a 2GB MicroSD card, for even more storage space. Multi-functional touch screen tablet computer. Suitable for all multi media activity on the go.

7" touch screen
Android 2.2 Operating System
Full HD video playback
Photo gallery
Music player
Skyfire browser with flash compatibility
iReader
Landscape/portrait functionality
Email, Contacts, Alarm clock
2GB onboard storage and MicroSD card Slot
  • Key Features:
  • Multi-Function Touch Screen Tablet
  • Ultra Thin Body of 14.6mm
  • Android 2.2 Operating System
  • Easy to use with pre- loaded applications
  • View Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and Email on the go
  • Access to thousands of free downloadable Applications
  • Full Specs:
  • Screen: Full Touch 7" Resistive High Resolution TFT
  • Screen resolution: 800 x 480
  • Built-in 2 x 0.5W speaker
  • 1500mAh Rechargeable Polymer Battery
  • 2D/3D Graphic Accelerator
  • Flash User Interface
  • Support Multiple Audio, Video & Image Files
  • WiFi RIEEE 802.11 b/g/n
  • Processor: iMAPx200, 1GHz, 16KB L2 Cache, 266MHZ operation frequency
  • Memory - Internal: DDR2 256MB/ 2GB MLC, External: Micro SD card Slot
  • Ports: Mini USB x 1, OTG x 1, MicroSD card slot x 1 (up to 32GB), Earphone jack x 1 (2.5mm), DC jack x 1, HDMI x 1
  • Format Decoder: FullHD (1920x1080)
  • H.264 up to 1080P resolution
  • H.263 up to D1 resolution
  • VC1 up to 1080p resolution
  • MPEG2 main profile up to 1080p
  • DIVX4/5/6 up to 1080p resolution
  • File Format Supported: Audio: MP3 / WAV / WMA / AAC, AAC+
  • Video: HD support/ MP4 SP/ AVI (XVID, H.264, DIVX)/ 3GP
  • Image: JPEG, GIF, PNG, BMP
  • CERTIFICATE: CE / WEEE / ROHS
  • 2GB SD card Not Included

customer Reviews

 Average rating (41 reviews)

 Excellent value for money

| | See all Boyuki's reviews (1)

Top 10 PC Reviewer

I got my disgo a couple of weeks ago now, but have been reserving judgement until I got the full picture.

In one sentence: this is a fantastic device.

I primarily got it as an ebook and pdf reader and it excels in both of these areas. There are numerous ebook apps out there, but the supplied iReader is fine for plain text and I have gone for Laputa for epub filles (which has links to an extensive online public domain library). I am using VuDroid to view pdf files (and it handles djvu files happily as well). With the device in landscape mode, I have no problem reading A4 sized pdfs. It is an absolute delight to use.

It handles most media files I have thrown at it (divx, xvid, mkv, mp3, wma ). The only type so far not accepted is FLAC. No biggie.

To point out some of the slightly negative sides, yes, the battery does not last as long as the one on, say, the galaxy tab. But when I find myself thinking things like that, I have to remind myself of the extreme price difference. For something this well-priced, I can forgive a lot of minor flaws.

It doesn't have access to the android market, but it does come installed with a third-party alternative, the SlideMe market. To be honest, this is fine, and you will find most of the apps you will ever need there, as well as some highly addictive games. You are, however, able to download apk (android installer) files from any source and install these manually. I have found the Google Code site to be an excellent resource for this (and this is where I got Vu Droid from).

The screen is sometime a bit iffy and you do have to occasionally press perhaps too hard with the stylus. But hey, for the price, I really am not willing to complain.

It comes with a mini-USB to USB male and mini-usb to USB female adapters. I have been able to add several different peripherals to the device using the USB host port, including a USB flash drive (2GB), a 250 GB FAT32 formatted desktop hard drive and even a mouse and keyboard. The last two would be invaluable if you were ever thinking of using the device for extensive text entry/word processing, which I believe is entirely possible (with the right app installed, that is).

A 2.5mm to 3.5mm converter and mini-HDMI to HDMI cable had to be bought separately (couple of quid each from play) and both have enabled me to make full use of all of the available interfaces. Using a decent pair of headphones, the sound produced is pretty good (although I don't think it's going to impress any of you audiophiles out there). Output to a telly using the HDMI port is fine, though once a file is playing, there is no control over it and the user does not have the ability to pause a file part way through. I can imagine this getting a little annoying in the long run.

The wifi connection seems to be pretty solid and has no trouble finding the networks both at home and in the office, remembering passwords for networks, and automatically connecting when the wifi is turned on and the network is in range. The included browsers seem to deal with websites fine and the included SkyFire browser has Flash support. Huzzah.

In summary, this is an excellent little device. It has its flaws, but don't we all? I have increasingly found it replacing my desktop for those little tasks: checking email, quick price checks, internet banking, you know the sort of thing. True, the battery life is not that great (I've struggled to get more than 2 hours constant web surfing out of it), but it depends on what you're doing (ebook reading, the battery has lasted well over 5 hours, with the screen brightness set way down low).

Buy one. Now.

 Excellent Features for the money

| | See all kenjara's reviews (6)

Top 100 PC Reviewer

If your tech savvy and can find all the apps to put on this you can really get alot for your money. (It comes with an app store but not the Android market place) you can however install individual apps easily just by downloading and clicking on them from sites.

Good performance for the price as review of more expensive tablets say they perform poorly which I certainly would not say about this device.

The touch screen is resistive but very responsive and you comes with a stylus to use. I work with tablets and this is the best resistive screen I have used so far.

 Great Value for Money and a good little tablet

| | See all gwatemala's reviews (2)

Found myself wanting one of these more and more and i finally took the plunge and got one and i'm extremly happy.

Use it mainly for quick web-browsing and watching video's, it's easy to use, fast and fits perfectly in one hand.

Can't go wrong for the price and would recommend to anyone who cant afford to spend alot on iPad.

 nice for the price

| | See all simpson123's reviews (7)

this is a good little device, it works well and is well worth 139 gbp the touch screen takes abit of getting used to but after a while you shouldnt have any major problems but do not forget its a resistive touch screen so it wont be the smoothest.
over all i would say its worth buying if you want an over all easy to use portable device has a nice sharp screen so its great for video and interweb browsing

 its not bad

| | See all spendalotta's reviews (4)

I have one of these, I got it for a bit of web browsing, it's not bad.
The screen is not very responsive to touch, so it can be hard getting it to do what you want, so takes a bit of
practice. Using a firm touch helps, the stylus works pretty well.
I got it for 130 gbp from play, it was definitely worth the money. There are a lot of apps to put on it, some
free some not. I have four browsers on it at the moment, trying to decide which is the best. Opera or Dolphin, both free.
I read it was hard to add apps, but every app I have tried to add has installed with no problem at all.
It can be used as a book reader, but I think back lit is not a good idea for reading books, I already have a Cybook.
Boot time is pretty quick and connects to network with no problem, connected to home and work thus far.
Comes with a cover, charger and various adapters for usb and ear phones.

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