Maylong Android Tablet: More Versatile Than You Think

by Joshua Kahn on 11/22/2010

Ars Technica recently did a fairly thorough review of the Maylong Android tablet. Our group has in its possession, that very same tablet. We felt the Ars Technica review was limited in its scope of what's possible with this gem, so we thought it only fair to post a response showcasing the wide variety of possible uses for the Maylong tablet.

Coaster

Cutting board

Mouse pad

Portable idea whiteboard

Analog picture frame

Writing surface

Frisbee

Doorstop

Table leveler

Bookmark

iPad stand

Sushi tray - high tech!

Belt buckle - high tech!

Pretend "smart phone" - you can play the game "doin' dealz"

We even hooked it up to our Awesome-O-meter.

We got a reading of zero, but we think our awesome-O-meter may not have advanced enough software for this device. Clearly, there are many things you can do with the Maylong Android tablet. Did we miss anything?

Tags:
  • Gadgets
  • Review
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