This tablet computer supports a Flash storage medium, which is the most commonly supported storage medium on tablet computers that were launched around the same time as it.
The widths of tablets of this age and spec range from 100mm to 470mm, and the average width is 210mm. With a width of only 166 millimeters, the Epsilon is one of the narrower tablet computers that were released more than two years ago amongst tablet computers of this age.
4 Reasons Against
Not 3G Compatible
Most tablet computers that were launched more than two years ago are not 3G compatible. The Wolder Epsilon is no exception to this as it too is not 3G compatible.
Tablets with more processor cores that might be worth looking at include the Galaxy Tab 4 (4 processor cores), or the SM-T9000 Galaxy Tab Pro (£354.00) (4 processor cores) both from Samsung or the Hip Street W7 (£106.34) (4 processor cores) which also has a higher rating.
Very Short Continuous Video Playback Time
The average continuous video playback time of tablet computers that have been available for around the same time as the Epsilon is 13h. At only 5 hours, the Wolder Epsilon has a fairly short continuous video playback time compared to most of the other comparable spec tablets that were released more than two years ago.
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5 Other reasons to consider the Wolder Epsilon
Released Over Three Years Ago
Wolder released the Epsilon over three years ago.
Average Processor Clock Speed
At 1.2 gigahertz, the Epsilon has a fairly average processor clock speed compared to most of the other tablets of a similar type and age to the Epsilon.
If this tablet computer screen size is too small for you then you might want to consider the Surface Pro 3 (£521.38) (12"), the Surface Pro 3 (12"), or the Surface Pro (12") all from Microsoft which also has a higher rating.
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Average Rear Camera Resolution
With a rear camera resolution of 5 megapixels, the Epsilon has a fairly typical rear camera resolution compared to most of the other tablets of a similar age and spec to the Epsilon.