A step up from an ereader but not the level of samsung or ipad
1 August 2013
Excerpt: I mostly use it as an e-reader which is nice. Its easy to connect between my laptop and the tablet to copy files between the two. However the tablet doesn't come with the full google android market and you have to install it separately. This is the only way to access both the nook and the kindle app. After I made my purchase I realized I cant' do audio books from the library on the 70 you have to have the 50.
Excerpt: This is not a tablet that will make you forget about an iPad, but it certainly is a step in the right direction, especially after you update to Froyo (Android 2.2). There are a great many things to like about it (especially the price) but in order to get the full usability out of it you have to side load the regular Android macketplace.