"Great tablet with a sub-$300 pricetag"4.5 starson by devonnichols
Pros: Great looking screen/visuals displaying at native 1200x800
Excellent Operating System specs
32gb memory (expandable to 64gb)
Bluetooth / WiFi / Micro-sd / Micro-HDMI (1080p output)
Wireless print capabilities to home network printer
Cons: * Slightly heavier than other tablets on the market (most of the weight though is not in overall frame size but on components inside)
Summary: Overall this tablet at a sub-$300 pricetag is a pure winner on many fronts. For those buyers wanting to wade slowly into the "tablet-waters", this is an excellent first choice. You get to find out what features about a tablet you most love while not spending $400-750 for something similar only to find out the same answers. For those Apple-centric folks, this tablet will have goods and bads. Some music from iTunes will need a few tricks played on it to import it successfully into your Ideapad K1. Also, the apps market is not nearly as extensive or secure as Apple's. However, this device has a sharp look to it externally, is strong enough to download web content quickly, versatile enough to send high-def images to an external video monitor (I.e. 1080p television or computer screen monitor), and for sub-$300 I doubt you can find another tablet to match the K1's "fun factor."