Here is a pic of my new Dragon Touch M8 Android tablet installed on my Taranis.
- It has a better processor (quad core) and more memory (1gb ram) to allow DroidPlanner-3/Tower to even run in the first place. I was limited to DP-1 with the iView-760tpc. The M8 is running Android v4.4.2 (KitKat)
- The M8 has a better 8" IPS-tech screen, while the iView-760tpc had only a TFT-tech LCD. It is brighter and higher-resolution.
- The M8 has GPS, Bluetooth, and FM-Radio ... while the iView-760tpc did not.
- The M8 has a better battery (longer run time).
- The M8 has a fully-functional USB-port with OTG support.
- The M8 charges from the micro-USB port which actually turned out to be a good thing. Now, I can more easily use a standard "power-bank battery" at flying-field if needed.
Lots of new features in Droid Planner-3 (Tower).
- Really, too many to describe. You just have to install it and see for yourself.
- RSSI to measure signal strength between 915mhz Telemetry radios.
Looks like it's made by TabletExpress. I successfully re-flashed to Android Lollipop v5.0. Seems to run smoother and have better App Compatibility now. All the devices (including the "special devices" like GPS and FM-Radio) still work. USB-OTG still works. For some reason, haptic feedback seems to have changed a bit (but no big deal).
A completely new thing for me to try on it is OTG-UVC , but I could not seem to get it to work. I tried pretty hard and one dev said this tablet's chipset just can't do it for some reason.