I've just bought a cheap tablet with a multi touch capacitive touch screen, and a decent enough speed. It's not half as bad as I would have thought considering it's price.
It's called the " 7" iDAMO Android Tablet A13 ", and if you're interested, you can check the full specifications here. 7" iDAMO Android Tablet A13 with Case Keyboard Stylus Screen Protector BUNDLE | eBay
My problem is that because the device is so niche, google-play does not recognize it as being capable enough to play battleships, or other android applications, even though I know it CAN. When I log in to google-play and attempt to install an app from the PC, the site just tells me "unknown A13MID[?]" instead of letting me install it like it should.
Can I somehow turn this off, or spoof that my phone is of a different brand? At the moment, my tablet is limited by "standards" rather than build quality, and that's a really frustrating feeling. I'd like to make my own decisions on whether an app runs well enough or not.