Summary: Power plug is inherently weak. It runs well enough, touch screen is responsive. I LOVE the way it is shaped (Edges and lines) but even the slightest movement while it is plugged in to charge can loosen the DC input jack.
Very good for keeping up on tasks and social networking.
8 May 2012
Summary: Very great tablet for the value. Screen size is adequate and resolution is good for games and movies/videos. Processor is above decent for it's type, memory is adequate, and very touch controls are very responsive.
Summary: This is a great tablet for the kids! It is slow loading up, but just as quick as other far more expensive tablets once it's 'woken' up. Touch screen is responsive and clear. Sound and video are good; kids say the game quality is just as good as on my Android phone or our iPhones & iPad.
Summary: I'm new to the tablet/Android world, but am an old hat at UNIX/Linux. Eventually, I want to try writing apps for it. Couldn't get to Android Market (without work-around), but COULD download apps from Amazon without trouble. Also, the camera (mine at least) isn't the greatest - a little fuzzy.
Summary: Running Android Gingerbread 2.3, and it seems very stable so far. Tablet isn't supported by the Google App Marketplace yet, so you'll have to use a backdoor method of installing marketplace apps (I've successfully installed a few by copying .apk files over on flash drive.
Summary: Have had this tablet for little under a month and it is a good piece of kit. Graphics are good, responsive to touch, has a USB port which can be used as a modem port ( even better to use to plug In a external hard drive and walk around with a extra terabyte or two ; ) Would reccomend to anyone...