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From 8 May at Aldi: Medion Lifetab S7852
From 8 May at Aldi: Medion Lifetab S7852 Maier Easter From the 8th May, the new Lifetab S7852 Medion in the Aldi stores in Germany is available. For 149 euros you get an Android tablet in the iPad mini style. I have the last few days busy with the KitKat tablet and am quite pleased with the device. Often it is said that one in this price region still should invest a few more euros to a Nexus 7 to buy, but it is not only the hardware, with the Medion scores here. Medion_Lifetab_S7852_01 Look and feel Even out of the box, the visual similarity is striking for iPad mini. The back of the tablet is made of aluminum, gives a good first impression, even if you already feel that it is just not a iPad. The tablet is properly processed in itself, existing designs can be used well and it also does not look like this typical low-cost tablet. Also striking is the weight of 380 grams (kitchen scale) which can make quite a negative effect in continuous use. Might notice only when compared directly with other devices, but a ticking could be easier still. But the Medion Lifetab is such a device in which you also should always keep an eye on the price, because such negative points are less overweight. Commissioning and Accessories The establishment of the Medion Lifetab takes a whole lot, they brought the normal Android application behind it, the additional apps are installed and completed the setup. Normally, a one-time process, so far not bad. After setting up the tablet can show all the 51 pre-installed applications, a point to which I will discuss later. When accessories Medion has been rarely leave rags, so with this device. In addition to the power supply and charging cable to the tablet still in-ear headphones and a USB host cable are included. An all-inclusive package virtually. Medion_Lifetab_S7852_02 Hardware Even if it is not saved on the packaging promotions, the Medion Lifetab is yet settled with his equipment rather in the lower range. It comes with a quad-core processor and 1GB of RAM, plus it still has a mediocre display. Then again, there are so small accessories such as an infrared emitter, which makes the tablet for remote control. Follows the Medion Lifetab is equipped: Android 4.4, KitKat 19.9 cm / 7.85 “HD multi-touch ahva display with IPS technology (resolution: 1024 × 768 pixels) ARM Cortex A9 (1.6GHz) quad-core processor Battery life of up to ten hours Up to 16 GB of internal memory 5 MP autofocus camera on the back and 2 MP front camera with integrated microphone GPS sensor WLAN IEEE 802.11 n standard Built-in speaker 1 GB DDR3 memory microUSB 2.0 with USB host function microSD-/microSDHC-/microSDXC-Speicherkartenleser Bluetooth 4.0 function Infrared function to control existing consumer electronics (requires additional app) Position sensor The display measures 7.85 inches in diagonal and has a resolution of 768 x 1024 pixels. Although it is an IPS display, I do not think it superlatively well. You can see individual pixels clearly, especially if the display does not shine at full brightness. It is sufficient, but not a display, which could elicit a Wow a. Also, it tends in direct light strongly to mirror, at maximum brightness of the display but this is still easy to read. Benchmark_Lifetab_01 The quad-core processor does its job properly. More complicated games such as Modern Combat 4, one notices longer loading times, the game itself runs but then satisfactory. So not super fluid, but quite enough to once in a while daddeln a round. In normal games or apps you does not notice that there is no peak processor is used. Apps open pleasantly fast, within the menu, there are no major interruptions. Benchmark_Lifetab_02 The Speaker of the Medion Lifetab are rather poor. No Sound highlight, but certainly adequate for everyday use, in case of doubt one can use the supplied headset. The tablet is also equipped with two cameras. Back there is 5 megapixel, front 2 megapixel. Funny here is that the photos that are taken with the back camera on the tablet look real bad. This in turn lies on the display, not the photos. Although these are also not perfect, but, here too, quite sufficient for a tablet camera. The software Medion provides all kinds of software from the Lifetab. What our one as a technology fan usually bothers results in this case maybe even make sense. From Office applications to the Bild newspaper, there is hardly anything that is not pre-installed. The buyer can then start right away with the tablet, software must together seek not only. From media itself, there is, for example, a rather chic library app, with which you can watch a lot of TV content. Clear thinking to yourself first, 51 apps are pretty much. But I’m certainly not the target group of Lifetab, you call the remembered are the 51 apps not so out of place. Since they are also not badly done (the Medion own apps), this should definitely increase the interaction with the apps. Software default, the tablet is erected as a family tablet, office, media, newspaper, file manager, a paint program, you already have everything and can be used immediately. Android 4.4 is the operating system of the Medion Lifetab. Much has not changed it, it looks very naked, is actually supplemented only by the pre-installed apps. With a timely update to newer versions you should not necessarily expect, but it’s not like that Android 4.4 is an immature system. 16 GB of memory has installed the Medion Lifetab, around 12 GB of them are available. The memory can be expanded using microSD cards, so can also be larger media collections on the tablet save. Medion_Lifetab_S7852_03 Battery and overall conclusion The battery life is Medion with up to 10 hours. I had the tablet only 3 days in use in these 3 days but quite intense. The battery delivers a decent performance, it is rare on the hunt for an outlet. For a tablet that counts “get through the day” not so like a smartphone, as it is used differently in the normal case in a daily period of several hours, you do not need to load every day, however, rather every second. This is neat, labeled definitely not the lower end of the flagpole. Generally it can deal well with the tablet. It sits well in the hand, with enough power for virtually all tasks and it looks to aprons. As an all-Tablet can recommend the Medion Lifetab readily, but those looking for a tablet for special purposes and thereby emphasizes certain features, should look carefully whether the Medion Lifetab can do this. But for 149 euros you get a good overall package delivered, which is surprisingly attractive in its entirety. The value for money is very good, is enhanced again by the pre-installed Apps and the supplied accessories. I am positively surprised by Medion S7852 Lifetab because the benefits outweigh the disadvantages and you get a lot Tablet for little money. 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