CSL DroidPad Blogger Review Event

CSL launch their first Android Tablet name Spice MI700 Droidpad at October, and they having a roadshow at gurney plaza. We are invited to have a simple DroidPad review during their launching at Gurney Plaza.

CSL Road show

In my impression, CSL is a company that provide 18month warranty for all the product they sell, is the longest warranty provided in the market. My experience with CSL is back from few year ago when I purchase my Nokia 6300 with CSL, after that I come across D300 from CSL, which is a dual sim card phone.

The technical person is introducing us the functionality of MI700 Droidpad, while the technical explain the wifi router function, some one ask how many nodes able to attach with the wifi router, and the technical person answer “unlimited“… On that moment onward, I draw my attention away from the crowd.

Blogger trying to capture the respond from this device.

Gals sure looking for games function… Correct or not?

After the understanding on the Droidpad functionality, here come the wonderful moment. Among the 20blogger, 1 of us will win a Droidpad back home.

After the event finish, the Droidpad’s promoter trying to interview few of the blogger to get their respond on this devices.

CSL Droidpad standard package include: transceiver,1 year map king license, tablet pouch, handfree, charger, in- car charger, usb cable, screen protector, manual book and warranty card. Selling price right now is RM1599

In my opinion, pricing is definitely cheaper then the “apple” brand, but the screen resolution need to be improve. Convenience wise, USB port is a must for user to transfer file, unfortunately, only Mini-USB available for this device.

More information can visit MI700 Droidpad here

6 Responses to “CSL DroidPad Blogger Review Event”

  1. Jayce December 15, 2010 at 12:03 pm #

    Where is your SLR photos? These are not, right?

  2. ahsiang December 15, 2010 at 4:01 pm #

    this guy must be ‘bei-syok’ with CSL and put blur blur pictures la 😛
    just joking

  3. calvyn December 17, 2010 at 8:21 pm #

    I didn bring SLR that day… Lost cost paid post ma… no need invest so big for the gadget

  4. Elvin December 18, 2010 at 3:10 pm #

    Haha, you choose the camera to be use somemore. haha. Anyway, did you try out the pad? nice or not?

  5. Jayce December 20, 2010 at 12:58 pm #

    Haha… I took lot of videos too. But only posted some. 😛

  6. Ben January 7, 2011 at 1:21 pm #

    Yo Calvyn, how is the CSL droidpad perform? Fast enough? What is the processor it using? ARM?

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