"Best sounding Tablet, but doesn
Best sounding tablet"2.0 starson by rdturner127
Pros: Sound quality is excellent on music and audio playback. Battery life is adequate. It's lightweight and easy to handle. Some of the apps you can access from Creative's site work well.
Cons: The capacitive touch screen is usually responsive, but it sometimes takes several taps to get the home keys to respond. Many Android apps don't work well on this tablet. For instance, with Angry Birds, you can't pinch the image to see the entire landscape
Summary: Nice try, Creative. While this is probably one of the lease expensive tablets on the market, there's a reason. It doesn't even come close to competing with the other Android tablet, let alone and iPad. You can perform some basic programs, such as viewing email and opening attachments. But, beyond listening to music on the devise, the Ziio is not quite ready for prime time. I really wanted it to be since I have a fondness for the sound devices Creative produces. However, as much as I tried to like it and find reasons to keep it, I just couldn't. It just couldn't do enough things well enough for me to justify the $229 I paid for it.