"Great deal! Got mine at Office Depot for $299."4.0 starson by ChristianCabal
Pros: Mainly Price - at $299 (Office Depot sale) its much more affordable than $499 for iPad2, and for $100 more, beats the heck out of the Kindle Fire, having 32Gb memory, and full access to the Android Market, and a nice 10" screen
Cons: - Turn off auto-brightness... makes the tablet unstable and unusable. I could not get it to come out of sleep in a dim room with it on.
- Flimsy plastic back on it.
-Occasionally apps crashing, but not too often, and they start up again quickly.
Summary: I got mine at Office Depot on a sale for $299. I like it a lot. The first problem I had was that after I enabled the auto-brightness feature, it got real unstable. I could not get it to wake up from sleep, especially in a dim room. I didn't associate it with the auto-brightness feature at first, and actually was thinking of taking it back to the store for a return, but found through a google search other were having the same problem. Turned off auto-brightness, and have had no problems at all.
I find its screen very nice and bright. Touch screen is very responsive. Very nice 10" screen for watching movies, reading eBooks, browsing the web. Netflix plays very well on it. Sometimes apps will crash, but it doesn't happen to often, and they can be restarted without much effort. Lots on customization is possible on the user interface. It comes preloaded with a good number of apps.
I with they had better speakers on it. They are kind of weak. Listening to a movie on a room with people talking can be a challenge.
Also the back on is it plastic, rather flimsy... I dont know why Lenovo decided to make it plastic... makes it feel like a cheap, Chinese design.
But for the price I paid, I love it. I has a lot of cool features like GPS, camera. accelerometer, extra storage, etc...