The latest proposal from Kruger & Matz – EAGLE 975 has arrived in our editorial. The elegant design and high screen resolution are qualities that can already boast at first contact with the device. And as tablet will work in practice? I just started its test!
EAGLE 975 is a device that at first glance looks tempting. Unfortunately, not entirely original – with a very similar design meet in tablets with the logo Telecast. However, focusing on the latest proposal Kruger & Matz , one can not deny its elegance. White and silver colors are added to the product lightness and the rear portion of the housing is almost completely resistant to marks imprinted fingers.High resolution at 9.7 inches, and the strategic placement of ports, among which we find also a mini HDMI connector, will speak in favor of EAGLE 975. The fitting of the housing element is at a high level. The only drawback, which from the beginning caught my attention is loosened physical buttons responsible for locking the volume and / wake the screen. After the first measurement, we learn that the brightness minimum (34 cd / m2) can interfere when using the machine at night, while the maximum luminance (258 cd / m2) may not be high enough for comfortable use your tablet in direct sunlight. heart "eagle" is an Intel Atom SoC – Z3736F quad-core processor clocked at 1.3 GHz, combined with the graphics chip Intel HD Graphics and 2 GB of RAM look promising in the long-term cooperation. I have not noted any cropping, but it should be noted that not mated with the device long enough to know the fullness of its features. The system is Android 4.4 without any overlay system. On the plus side, we can include support for OTG, so there will be terrible dopięcie additional akcesoriów.Podobnie, like other tablets in its class camera does not impress. 5 megapixels is not enough to make pretty pictures and record videos with acceptable quality. Capacious battery (8000 mAh) charged tablet, but it can compensate for the expected long performance on a single charge. The manufacturer has equipped set in kabelek through which we connect accessories via USB, and the charger with universal micro USB tip. We did also the first performance tests [Test slug = "android-antutu" product_id = "20,902.19916"] As you can see, despite the slightly lower CPU speed compared to the ASUS Transformer Pad TF103C, Kruger & Matz EAGLE 975 falls quite well, which shows that it can be a serious rival for other devices in this price segment. Is it really going to be? Without being hurraoptymizm myself am very curious to see how the EAGLE 975 will work in practice. The first impression I got positive – I appreciate the elegant design also liked the fluidity with which I moved between browser tabs or subsequent desktop screens. Is good results in AnTuTu translate into good performance in games and in everyday use? That we'll find out for you soon – in the meantime I encourage you to ask questions: I will try to answer any in the comments or in an exhaustive review.