Excerpt: The Coby Kyros is probably the cheapest tablet I’ve seen. Coby isn’t a famous brand compared to Samsung, Apple, and Asus. However, it is nice and cheap. After using it for a while, I can tell you that the specifications are not too bad. However, this tablet offers one major drawback, which I will explain more later on. This tablet has a 10.1 inch capacitive screen. This means that it supports multi-touch and multi-gestures. It is an Android tablet.
Summary: After buying this tablet for my father, we were never able to get the software library to work. Several messages were posted on the the Coby website with many others experiencing the same problem. I would return to the website often for updates but never did any of the proposed fixes work.
Summary: Just a bad tablet, I got it for Christmas LAST year and it shuts off everytime you use it (95% of the time), you need to download android from your pc and transfer it over on a micro sd card which is complete s***, and it is very slow with a bad camera.
Summary: I got the unit so I could watch movies. It would play movies fine but the screen had a really poor viewing angle. If you weren't looking almost directly at it the screen would start to dim and blur, like a really old laptop. The unit felt cheap. I got it for 150 bucks. Didn't expect too much. After installing android market a big part of the apps are missing. The OS is very dated but is as advertised.
Summary: At first i was a little skeptical about purchasing this tablet because of the reviews. But some of my friends told me that for the price, its really hard to find anything else like this. Even though it does run on the Android 2.2 OS, that doesn't make it an excuse for you to not buy it. I bought this used for 130$ and chose the 2nd day air, (because longer shipping time means more room for error and damage).