Far as I can tell, the following 7 " glasses free tablets are the same as the WiFi Megafeis I have here. I conclude this having examined the very similar hardware specs and that they seem to share the same silver earpiece at the front (if the images can be trusted). Note that some distributors (such as Marvel Digital) also offer a version with an additional internal sim slot for 3G voice and data. Otherwise its the same tablet as the WiFi only unit.
An Allwinner A20, a dual core Coretex A7 at 1.2GHz, 1GB DDR3 SDRAM memory and a Mali-400 MP graphics chip. This means very little to me. All I really care about is the resulting functionality. Ideally it would be using part of the graphics chip for more energy efficient hardware video decoding rather than a battery draining software codec with just the main processor. So how well can it playback 1080p SBS half width 3D video files without dropped frames. Fortunately with the included 3DV Player, it manages just fine. The reference file is downloaded from YouTube via TubeMate. A 1080p SBS half width 3D video in MP4 format at MB lasting 1min so MB/S. How about playback of 3D video that you may have recorded yourself? Can it playback W3's uniquely formatted 3D video recordings. Note that if it can't, this counts as only a minor fault since to date, neither can any other 3D screened tablet.
How about the more standard video formats output when recording from a Panasonic 3D1, a Sony Bloggie 3D, both at 1080p SBS half width MP4. And how about 3D video from a sharp SH12-c, an LG Thrill, AKA the Optimus 3D phones, and the HTC Evo 3D all at 720p SBS half width MP4.
Need a table to show the fps, bitrate, file format and resolutions.
The 5 point capacitive touchscreen was proven to work with the pre-installed Fruit Ninja.
The screen, In 2D mode there is nothing to tell it apart from any other "normal" 2D tablet. It looks fine to me. Visibility, colors, contrast and brightness are quite consistent when I tilt the screen at a wide range of angles. One tell tail sign that this is a glasses free screen is the noticeable 2mm or so air space between the glass front and the surface LCD display itself. I personally like that many modern 2D smartphone displays glue the LCD, the touch panel layer and glass front into a single combined unit. However this tablet's screen is not built like that. To be fair, it is of a similar construction to all the other switchable parallax barrier screens I have encountered so far (including the Truly and Marvel Digital 10" 1920x1200 3D tablets). Perhaps such an assembly is required for current switchable parallax barriers to work their 3D magic... Who knows? Let me have your insights if you have any.