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£170 Disgo 9200 tablet: Quad-core, 2GB and 9.7in display but is the build quality good enough?

Ebuyer has put the Disgo 9200 tablet on sale for £170, it is one of the first of a new breed of affordable tablets coming from white label device makers that combine enough raw power and resources to support future iterations of Android.

The Disgo 9200 runs on a quad-core SoC, possibly from Rockchip or AllWinner, based on the ARM Cortex-A7 architecture and clocked at 1GHz, together with an 8-core I.T. PowerVR SGX544 GPU sub-system.

The rest of the product description include Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, 2GB of RAM, 16GB onboard storage with a microSD card slot, access to Google Play, a 9.7in display with a 1,024 x 768 pixel display, Bluetooth 4.0, mini-HDMI, Wi-Fi, a VGA front facing camera and a rear 2-megapixel one and a 8,000mAh battery.

The Disgo 9200 appears to be an update of the JoyTAB tablet that grabbed our attention a while back, given that it shares a lot of commonalities with it including its thickness (at 9.6mm).

Compared to other quad-core Android tablets, like say the Google Nexus 7, the Disgo 9200 has a less powerful SoC and is bigger. But it also has better expansion capabilities, more system memory and a rear camera.

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