Summary: I still can't figure why so many people spend upward of $400 for units that do not perform significantly better than this one?! Paid $120, added 32gb for another $20 and ended up with a fast dual core 40gb machine that so far does everything I want it to do and it does it fast and predictably. Load it with full resolution 16mb pictures, HD 1080 videos and it all works great. Do not have to reduce or compress the media at all!!! Wireless is excellent, so is the BlueTooth.
Summary: really good, I've bought APPLE: OVER PRICED. GOOGLE'S NEXUS,: OVER-RATED, NOT USER FRIENDLY. I returned both of them. Bought one "COBY 7" 4.0 GB INTERNET 16:9 CAPACITIVE MULTU-TOUCH" (be sure of which one you're buying theirs many out there. look 4 1-GB RAM) I bought 3 more to give @ CHRISTMAS TIME in the PHILIPPINES) Price about $100.+ case $12= $112/115. real good unite + extra storage up too 32 GB.
Summary: I'm very pleased with this item. battery is long time last, all kinds of games, apps and widgets work great, colors are bright, voice is clear. it's very easy to use. and nice to carry with you.
Coby 7 inch Android 8 GB Internet Tablet 16:9 Captive Mulit Touch Screen
26 August 2013
Summary: Awesome tablet. Just what I was expecting and was described in the Ad. Great Price for such a wonderful tablet. Loads the OS very quickly and setup is a snap. Connected to my wireless system seamlessly. If you are looking for a great tablet at a superb price check this one out.
Summary: This is from a first-time tablet owner. | ==>> Upgraded from the original 4-Star rating to 5-Star rating on 7/16/2013 | ** PROS ** - Processor and WIFI are both very quick. - Screen is very responsive with no delay. - Screen is quite sharp and bright. - Good sound quality. - Amazon Instant Video streams hiccup-free as long as the reception is good. - Lots of good pre-installed apps. | ** CONS ** - Cannot install newest version of Flash Player.
Summary: I've owned two other tablets in the past two years. An off-brand one with an All-Winner A10 board in it, and a Uniden tablet (Same tablet as the Polaroid PMID705) The generic tablet was okay but as I shortly found out, its near impossible to get parts for. I paid 120 bucks for it and after a week it got broken (The charger tip got shoved up inside and busted the powerjack). It felt cheap anyway. The Uniden tablet was nice.
Summary: There are a couple of lengthy reviews here that I totally agree with so I won't repeat much. The Coby 7 (MID7065-8) has proven a great choice. I was interested in the smaller form factor and an Android update after using a 10 inch Android tablet for a couple of years. The screen quality is great and the dual core processor is snappy. Unlike earlier versions of this tablet, this one is has Google Play access.