8 replies on Prestigio MultiPad Visconte 3 Review - A Good & Affordable Windows 8.1 Tablet

  1. Adrian Kentleton says:

    It would be helpful when reviewing products if you give a target/street price at the top of the review. Whether a product might be of interest is very price-sensitive!

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      We are planning a redesign for early next year in which we will improve the way reviews are displayed and add information like the price of the device. Thank you for your feedback.

      As for this device, we don’t yet know the exact retail price, except the fact that it will be in the same range with Toshiba Encore 2 – maybe even a bit cheaper than that.

  2. El Zoido says:

    Common user would probably appreciate if you would add some everyday use basics – there are some interesting remarks under your unboxing video. Also, what about the screen sensitivity, is the touch interface reliable? I have encountered a few generic tablets which had really good screens, but the electronics did not register the touch input very well…

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      We did not encounter any issues with the touch input. If we would have had some, we would have mentioned them in our review.

  3. Thomas Khema says:

    Can this new tablet work with a usb-stick or external harddrive? I like to surf with a dongle instead of a inbuild 3g-modem, is that possible?
    In Addition i would like to know is it charged with 5 Volt or more?
    Thanks a lot

    • Ciprian Adrian Rusen says:

      I can answer only the first two questions and the answer is yes. We no longer have the tablet to look at the volts.

  4. jahidur rahman says:

    will it allow to install all type of .exe software?

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