Summary: This may be the worst high-end tablet ever created; solid build but the OS is wretched! The only way this tablet would be worth buying is by using Ubuntu Linux to root the device. Screen dimensions are slightly less then advertised as being a comparison to the IPad; but this is not a good buy!
Summary: I thought a low/mid-end Android tablet for ~$250 would be enough for my needs. It had exactly what I needed on paper. 4:3 aspect ratio. Light and thin. 9.7" screen with 2048 X 1536 resolution.
Great tablet for a fraction of the price of an apple
2 July 2013
Summary: Overall, a very nice tablet. Solid build. Beautiful screen and gorgeous colors on the display. Would swear you are holding an IPad in your hands. Firmware update has helped with issues on WiFi connectivity. Browser still has a few bugs with forced closes on occasion.
Summary: Update to my previous review... I'm not sure if I have a defective model but just a few weeks after I did the review below I started having multiple problems. I have owned this tablet just over 2 months and every app I go into, I get a pop up after just 30 seconds or so telling me the app is not...
Summary: Pros: Nice, large ipad-like screen size Android 4.1.1 Good quality video and graphics Smooth scrolling from screen to screen Fast execution on internet browser Cons: Needs frequent clearing of memory cache using built in System Monitor App, as continued use slows down tablet UPDATE on seller: I...
Summary: The tablet is nice and looks really good. The resolution is great. There are a few things I don't like. One is that I use some apps in my phone but when I wanted to get the same apps for this tablet I couldn't find some of them for the tablet.