"For people on a budget..."4.5 starson by jjuane
Pros: Affordable, wide screen, looks and feel awesome to hold, apps aplenty, microSD up to 32GB, long battery life, an even longer battery life when attached to keyboard dock, it's also a big GPS.
Cons: Short charging cord & iffy adapter, the cost of the keyboard dock, video and picture is grainy.
Summary: I'm a college student, so looking for an affordable tablet was a must. I didn't care for 3G, so it didn't matter to me. I needed a tablet that was able to carry my "books" instead of lugging a 50 pound backpack. Buying this was a breath of fresh air; not only did I find an app that I could use for my classes, it made my back feel at ease. Back to the tablet itself -- the look of the tablet is very unique, to me it was stylish and very different from all the tablets I've played with. The battery life is awesome, I can use the tablet the whole day without charging (until I go to bed). I have yet to get the dock (although I've now seen it at some stores for $99), and when I do I can't wait to use the USB and have an even longer battery life.
One thing to notice is the usb cable cord and the ac adapter. Two words for it: IT SUCKS. Not only is it quite short, you can easily bend it the wrong way, causing it to not charge the tablet. After almost half a year of using the tablet, it finally broke down, and I sent it in to get it replaced. When it was returned I got a slightly longer cable and a new ac adapter. You can use a USB extension cord, make sure it's USB 3.0, otherwise, it won't work at all.
It's worth the money, but with the new TF coming out, I suggest you hold off for that one since it's a lot skinnier, lighter, and has better specs than this one. :)