Summary: This is a decent Android tablet. But honestly if I had known two crucial shortcomings, I would have selected another model. This device does NOT support Flash applications/videos. Apparently no "Jellybean" device does. This is part of a misguided effort to force the demise of the widely used Internet framework. If you are OK without Flash support great. There are several sites out there that claim you can do a "backdoor" installation of tools that will let you use Flash.
Summary: This is a useless product. Started to malfunction soon after purchase. I have contacted Amazon and they are assisting with problem resolution. I must compliment Amazon for their 'best-in-the-world' customer service.
Summary: I bought this for my husband for his birthday. Seemed as though everyone else in the house was getting all the latest and greatest technology except for him. So, I read some reviews, did comparisons and ended up with this one. I've used it several times myself and it seems fine. When touching a link to go to another webpage, URL, etc., it's a little quirky.
Summary: Bought it for my kids, and so far seems decent. A bit slow, but of course, what else can I expect for this price. Kids are happy as well. Temple Run 2 and Cut the Rope and Youtube videos work great. Very happy.
Summary: The Acer Iconia B1 is not the best performing tablet in the market, but is the best available in this price range. I had very high expectations for the first "low-budget" tablet from a brand manufacturer. And Acer does not let us down. I bought this tablet.