Summary: I bought this tablet for my husband vs spending the big bucks on an iPad. I wanted to make sure he would like a tablet and use one. He loved it! It's a little different going from a Windows computer to an Android system, but it's similar and if you're computer saavy, it's easy to figure out. Set up is easy and we had Wi-fi and email in no time at all. The screen is nice and bright. The sound is clear and speakers are good.
Summary: Do not expect this tablet to function as a notebook. Do not expect to function as an Iphone or Ipad. If you only need to surf the internet then this product will do!. For: - Economic - Long-life battery - Lightweight - Large display for the price - Easy access to Gmail, Youtube, Google (classic) Against: - Operating system flawed - Some applications do not work well such as Google Mobile and file viewers - A little slow but acceptable if you are patient - Medium quality...
Summary: I bought this at a local retailer after reading bad reviews on Amazon of Chinese-made tablets and thus preferring to make a local return if needed. It wasn't, as the tablet works quite well. I have an AOC monitor working well since 2006 so I trust the brand. My intention was to use it as media reader for books and comics, and its 4:3 ratio screen allows for better viewing of comic pages than the usual wide-screen 16:9 tablets.
Summary: This gadget is perfect for the price. I can store all my pictures, listen to music and surf the web and much more. If you are looking for a low priced tablet this is it. Obviously the more expensive ones have more apps but for my purpose this one does the trick.
Summary: I really wanted to like my new AOC Breeze. So far I would rather deal with the smaller screen on my Android phone. Here are my top 10 good and bad points. The Good. 1) Good battery life. 2) Not a lot of bloated pre-installed software 3) Close to stock Android 2.1 4) Bright screen 5) Charges fast. The Bad 1) Slow, locks up and seems to not be able to run all of the programs an updated Android device can.
Summary: The AOC Breeze is the epitome of "you get what you pay for". At this price point, my expectations were pretty low and while the Breeze was OK and did meet most of my expectations, I would not recommend the tablet. A quick rundown of the pros and cons of the AOC Breeze: Pros + The price: So low that it's almost disposable. + Android Market included. Not many inexpensive Android tablets come with Market installed (usually they require rooting and hacking to get Market).
Summary: I love this device, i have been working with a Pal TX for the past 3 years and this is just what i need to upgrade. All main APP work great and with no lag. WIFI is a pritty fast and powerfull (i get more signal with this than my ofice laptop). Its been 2 weeks sense i got this and i am still leaning new stuff about it. It is compact, Light and fast.
Summary: I am new to android technology and apps, and I am still learning how to install and run programs. I have also not used the 3G connection because I don't carry the service. I will come back to review apps, user interface and the android operating system when I have had more experience with it. For now, I will concentrate on the other aspects of this tablet PC.