Summary: I should have heeded the advice of others before buying a resistive touchscreen, but since I am cheap I did not. Resistive touchscreen was hard to handle and made everything cumbersome. There is pretty much no online community for this unit so aftermarket ROMs, hacks are non-existent. Avoid at all costs.
Summary: I wanted a very inexpensive tablet so I could use it to listen to music and talk shows at work. This one was $35 and for that price it has done exactly what I want.But if I were to pay more this would be a very poor choice. It will not accept the sim card so its use is very limited.Coby went out of business a while ago so there is no tech support, had I done my homework before hand I might not have purchased it even at that price.
Summary: Just what I wanted, wished it was 12 inches. Digitizer worked perfect, which is why I ordered it. If there was a full size tablet like this one I would order it too. Great buy. But only for those that like digitizer / stylus tablets.
Summary: I really love this product! I purchased it to use it instead of my big labtop computer. Not only is this light weight but it fits in my purse. Though the previous reviews said it was hard to type on and use, I find it was nothing the sort.
Summary: I bought this tablet to replace a Coby Kyros MID7012 that I had for 2 years and it shorted out while charging (unexpected storm!). I like the size and the weight of this MID 7033 tablet - feels nice. Still figuring out the way the buttons work - it has fewer buttons than my old one, which should be simpler, but is somewhat confusing. I am overall very happy with this. I will look for one with a camera next time. Love my Coby! I'd buy another in a heartbeat!