"XDA Dev Forum has the info to update this Tablet."5.0 starson by bellz252
Pros: Dual Core nVidia Tegra 2 CPU, 512MB RAM, 16GB built-in memory, MicroSD slot, miniUSB & USB ports, webcam, 10.1" capacitive touchscreen, 802.11 g/b/n wireless, and Android 2.2. Thumb drives and usb keyboards work great. $100 cheaper than iPad.
Cons: 1.3MP webcam isn't high quality. No included case. Included OS does suck and needs to be rooted to fully use the hardware.
Summary: I bought a Quantaray 7" tablet from Wolf Camera and took it back a few days later. Awful resistive touchscreen is not worth it. I then found this GTablet at Staples (for twice the price), and it's worth every penny. One hundred bucks cheaper than the iPad, with better specs and features. Ignore the Apple fanboys and newbies who can't/won't go the extra mile to root their tablet. If you want it to truly shine, you need to do some research (http://forum.xda-developers.com/) and turn this tablet into the powerhouse it should've been. I've put tnt lite ROM on their, along with flash, android marketplace and a wide assortment of apps. If you're into benchmarks, my GTablet scores 2511 in the Quadrant Benchmark. Spend the time to customize your GTablet and you won't be disappointed. If you don't enjoy tinkering with the OS, go buy an iPad.