What Is The Difference Between ePad and iPad ?

By | December 9, 2010


The iPad is a tablet PC which is designed and developed by Apple Corporation. It is particularly marketed as a platform for audio and visual media such as books, periodicals, movies, music, and games, as well as web content. Similar to iPhone and iPod Touch, And they work in any orientation like iphone and ipods iPad is also controlled controlled by multitouch display. All of the built-in applications found in iPad were designed from the ground up to take advantage of the large Multi-Touch screen and advanced capabilities of iPad. So you can do things with these application that you can’t do on any other device. iPad uses a Wi-Fi (Wireless Fidelity) connection to connect to the internet, stream media, and install application software. Some models os ipad have a 3G wireless data connection which can connect to GSM 3G data networks. The device is managed and synced by iTunes installed in your personal computer with the help of USB cable.

Features of a ipad:-

  1. Safari
  2. Mail
  3. Photos
  4. Videos
  5. YouTube
  6. iPod
  7. iTunes
  8. App Store
  9. Maps
  10. Notes
  11. Calendar
  12. Contacts
  13. Multitasking
  14. Folders
  15. AirPrint
  16. AirPlay
  17. Game Center
  18. Spotlight Search
  19. Accessibility
  20. Find My iPad

Android ePad Tablet:

Now whole talking about the ePad, the epad also looks similar to the  iPad, but then the similarities end. When you go through the sides view of epad you find the following of ports “missing” from the iPad:- microSD card-reader, a USB-port, HDMI port along with a front-facing camera. Similar to the ipad you can have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi in it. The ePad uses a resistive touch-screen,where you have to push harder to make a click . Talking about the hardware parts it consistst of 1GHz ARM A8 using which it managed to surf the web. But after a while it will play choppy video clips and then will crash. if you attempted to open a racing game in your epad it looks like as if it had come from a Commodore 64. After that it will stop working, will refuse to any of the jobs requested until it is given a complete hard reset.

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