Summary: Ok, I bought this from Kmart when it was on sale for $159.99, and I've been looking for a tablet with ICS. I looked up reviews on this tablet and many said it was slow, no google play, and the appslib store has little apps. WELL, I disagree with all those except the last one!!!! This tablet is pretty FAST, faster then my ipod touch 4th gen. I mean its not lighting speed, but takes about 2 seconds to load a google search/ web page change.
Summary: I am very satisfied with this product. I don't require a lot of bells and whistles just a simple device for browsing the internet and displaying pictures. The Arnova works great for that. One improvement it could have is a decent camera. The one it has is useless and it's on the front so you can't see what your taking a picture of until after you shoot it. I've had it for a couple months now. So far so good.
Summary: I want to be thorough on this review because I realize I'm the first one. I took a leap of faith buying this with no review, something I won't typically do. I've had this now for a few weeks. My original idea was I wanted a tablet that I could put my guitar music on and have it at a good enough size that I could still read it from a little distance, plus maybe have the ability to view entertainment or surf the web while on vacation or traveling --- all without paying an...
Purchased Arnova 10g3 10.1 prior to Christmas 2012
14 January 2013
Summary: I had read some reviews of the product that made me wary, especially the lack of an android "store". I began to do research into other peoples problems in this area, with a lot of people risking the products stability by "flashing" the device. My device came with Android store installed and is fully functioning (to present), the screen is clear, sound is good and it was purchased for a bargin price in comparison to other similar products.
Summary: i bought my 10d g3 tablet from hmv after deciding to get a tablet for work. i only wanted a tablet for browsing reference images whilst i work and looking at facebook/hotmail/google etc. i knew i wouldnt be using it that much, only in work for the reference so i couldnt justify paying the popular tablet prices and i'm not a sheep so the ipad is not for me.
Summary: I'd been considering buying a tablet for a while - I use a laptop on a nightly basis but figured it would be good to get something that was easy to carry round and that gave me access to things like Facebook and Email with little hassle. Initially my thoughts immediately went to iPad - however the more I thought about it I couldn't really justify the price tag given that I had a laptop that I could still use - if anything getting a tablet wasn't a necessity.
Summary: I bought one of these for £150 from Maplin in June 2012, because I liked the idea of tablet computers, but didn't feel like risking £450 on something that I might end up not using very often. Here are my first impressions. The case feels reasonably solid. Screen: clear and sharp, but it has a very narrow optimum viewing angle. This is especially evident with video. It takes about 30 seconds to start from fully off, but wakes up from sleep in one or two.