Summary: pretty good tablet if your looking for something simple. No google app store but amazon works just fine. also there is a case/keyboard for 8.50 that works just fine with this tablet plug n play!
Summary: I initially purchased a Vtech Innotab for my young son's birthday, but it stopped working and wouldn't turn on after about 30 minutes of total use, so I returned it. It cost about $80, but the games were in the $25 range, making it overall a pricey toy. We also have an iPad 1, and a Kindle Fire.
Summary: The Goods: 1. why spend $$$ for a tablet just to use basic web surfing, watching movies, and reading e-books? 2. Link to Amazon Apps is pretty efficient to download apps for your basic needs. 3. MicroSD a big plus. The Complaints: 1. Auto rotating screen is very sensitive. 2.
Summary: I don't know where people are saying there's no android market. Go to amazon, install amazon appstore. Now, you have exactly whats on the kindle fire. Except, the kindle has only 8g of memory. This has 4, plus expandable 32.
Summary: I have done quite a lot of research in to purchasing my first tablet. The minimum requirements I sought after have all been fulfilled by this version of the Coby line including: - 7" Capacitive Touchscreen - Android 2.3 or greater - 4GB of internal memory or greater - Available MicroSD card upgrade...
Summary: ive had my kyros for about 4 weeks and like it. first off this is no high end tablet so if you want all the bells and whistles look to pay over $300 atleast. i got mine on sale for $130 which i think was a great price for what i do with it .
Summary: Initially, I'd purchased a Kyros 7005 tablet used on Ebay but it turned out to have some issues that the seller failed to mention (like the batteries not charging, the unit was locked and the combo was lost, etc.) So I ended up returning it.