At this point in time, I'd strongly suggest you stay away from pocket and handheld 'scopes. I recently bought a DSO 203 aka DSO Quad, and I'm sending it back. Buggy, false claims of the analog bandwidth, etc.There are plenty of smaller bench scopes that are very portable with decent specs. Hantek, Rigol, etc. Better to save a bit more than waste your money on junk.
The trick is to upgrade the firmware and use a 3rd party.. that fixed the issues you speak of.
false claims of the analog bandwidth, etc.
Everyone selling this scope claims 72MHz bandwidth.
Some claim that when using one channel, the ADCs double up and capture at 144Msps, so that claim of 72MHz doesn't seem outside the realm of possibility.
The Wiki has nothing on the actual bandwidth.
So if you are done insulting me, I'd like to politely ask you which firmware you use, and where would I find it? I've not returned this scope yet. I'd love to be able to use it.