Summary: I love it only problem is with the honeycomb system in that apps do not fully close until you perform a reboot/shut down. It's a great size and everything else is amazing. Even a fast startup (that's a miracle in itself). Loud sound. Detailed graphics.
Summary: I love this tablet. Why spending so much money on others when I can have this performance for less? Pros: -Front camera for video chat. -Micro sd slot, I just copied my stuff (avi, jpg, etc) and this tablet can read it all. -Size! For me 7' is just great. 10' is too big for carrying everywhere. It fits on any cargo pants pocket. -Honeycom... first android made for tablets. -I can have all my kindle books on it too!! -Play apps... no restrictions from the vendor.
Summary: This is my first Tablet of any kind and I would say I am an experienced Pc, Netbook, Windows 7 Smartphone user but have never used Android before. This Tablet uses 3.2 Honeycomb and I picked up its ease of use in about 10 minutes. Firmware update completed in minutes with no problems. I can say I have nothing to gripe about regarding this tablet. Size is obviously personal preference but I am entirely happy with the 7 inch display, which is bright and clear.
Summary: Easy to set up. no problems encounted with updating firmware. Fitted a 32G sd micro SD card with ease and graphics are brilliant playing back videos. m Much more stable than 250G hard drive version a good mid range tablet.
Summary: I have used four android devices including the Archos 70. This upgraded version is very nice. Pretty responsive, better screen and, for me, the deal maker: usb charging. Yes you dont need to cart around a separate charger. Having used an ipad and an Android phone I would say that this 7 inch device is just the right size for a tablet. Big enough to see stuff but still nice to hold and very portable.