The Double Power M-975 is a very affordable Android 4.0 tablet with a screen diagonal of 9-inches, which is a size sitting between the iPad mini and iPad, but with a widescreen aspect ratio.
The M-975 is priced at only $100, which means it certainly has some disadvantages over the pricier big-brand tablets. First of all, the screen resolution is 800 x 480, which is commonly used on the inexpensive tablets usually having a 7-inch diagonal. That pixel count on the 9″ display means a lower pixel density so the picture will not look so crisp like on the higher-res or smaller tablets. Furthermore, the included CPU is a single core one at 1.2GHz, accompanied by 512MB of RAM, while for a flawless user experience at least a dual-core chip and 1GB of RAM are needed. The actual CPU model is unknown, but judging from the given specs, this Double Power slate will run similarly or the same as the tested Allwinner A13.
You can also add absence of the original Google Play store to the list of drawbacks. Instead, the device comes with a custom app store, which usually doesn’t provide such a great number of apps as Google Play.
Double Power’s M-975 comes with 8GB of internal storage, which is an average value for the class. It also has a microSD slot, front web camera, audio jack, and micro USB. The battery life is up to five hours, according to the manufacturer.
The device weighs 1.1 pounds and is an half an inch thin. It has a gray glossy lid with a 3D texture.
Customers can purchase the Double Power M-975 via Walmart.