"Great Value"on by TDenham
Pros It has a great looking screen. Lots of feature, HDMI out, Remote control, Micro-SDHC. And the price has really come down. I bought one for my wife and had to have one myself. If you're looking for an inexpensive tablet, this is the way to go. The old revi
Cons More internal memory would be nice.
Pros Universal Remote features
stereo sound regardless of how you hold it
nice form factor to use as an e-reader
Cons Graphical transitions are a little clunky.
RAM is not a full Gigabyte as in most tablets (and phones for that matter.)
Summary I had been in the market for a well priced Android tablet that covers the basics of what an e-reader should be, and that adds in the functionality of the Android market with the apps that are available. I find that this tablet holds up very well to moderate, dedicated use with the addition of the IR blaster and universal remote app. With Netflix recently added, it has expanded in use as a personal entertainment system hub that is capable of so much more.
An excellent product for the money!
"worth the money"on by arnieak
Pros works well in all aspects
Cons the one complaint is the auto sync in the calander . My tablet syncs fine from tablet to P.C , however the consistency is lacking from P.C to tablet . Sometimes it sync immediately and other times a delay of a day and worst of all I HAVE ONE ITEM THAT HA
Summary A great item if the Calendar sync from P.C to tablet would be consistent
Pros IR Remote
Cons not a tablet OS (yet)
Video capabilities not completely accessible
Summary Bought this for my daughter's birthday. Didn't want to get a more expensive tablet, and really happy with the capabilities of this one.
The UI is very different that standard Android, but actually it works well for a streamlined system without having to deal with the widget/live wallpaper overhead. I have already made use of the IR Remote features, and my daughter has had a lot of fun with the apps available.
CPU isn't top notch (as would be expected given the discount price), and a couple of the more intensive apps like Autodesk Sketchpad are too slow to use.
Overall, Very happy for what I got for my $285 investment.
Pros Speakers sound great for a tablet, stereo sound in portrait and landscape, universal remote app, HDMI out, microSD and GPS.
Cons No back camera, not the fastest, no honeycomb.
Summary So far I have to say that I am pretty impressed with this tablet. I have had an android phone for many years now and have been eyeing the android tablets since they started coming out. This tablet does everything I have wanted to do, playing music, surfing the internet(with flash), playing movies, working on documents, reading e-books and playing Angry Birds without any problems. The coolest thing I have used it for so far was loading up a NES emulator connecting my wiimote to it with bluetooth and playing old school Nintendo games on my TV through HDMI out. I would probably pay up to $100 for a device that could do just that alone. The screen looks pretty good and I haven't noticed any websites looking different on it. I installed a home screen replacement called Open Home on it and it brings the multiple desktops with full widget support, which I prefer. There is some lag switching between apps or when pressing buttons sometimes, but I haven's noticed any slowdown while playing games and media playback is flawless.