Summary: Ok, So I've had this tablet since 2011, and the tablet world has changed greatly since then; but even for 2011; this tablet was way behind the times. So the fact that this piece of crap is still being sold is beyond me. It is utter and absolute crap; and that's putting it nicely.
Summary: Great fast tablet. If you're looking for an affordable option for a tablet, this one is as good as a Kindle Fire or I-pad, in my opinion. I've tried them all. Great bargain for your money. Has expandable memory, as well.
Coby Kyros 8-Inch Android 2.2 4 GB Internet Touchscreen
23 September 2013
Summary: Its a useless product. I hated it, i can't even use it very well. its not worth the price and the quality was pathetic. It's slow and very annoying to hold. It's hard to use by the way its build. the buttons don't even function right. Now all It's doing is just collecting dust in my closet.
Summary: I am really disappointed in my purchase of this tablet. I did a lot of research and all the reviews told me this was the best deal. It is not. It runs incredably slow and does not have a good android system. I would much rather have spent a bit more and purchased a mini ipod or a nexus.
Summary: I bought this in June 2011, and promptly tinkered with it to get a few things other than the default Addlib/Getjar app. Here's some tidbits: Graphics: The screen, while not the best, performs well with many of the games and apps on the market, even video. For the price, it is really good.
Summary: As my title suggests, the 8024 is fine at getting on the Internet. It's also not a bad book reader. But, the most important thing about an Android is having access to apps. Appslib does not work on the Kyros.