Conclusion: At its MSRP or higher, the MID8065 is expensive enough to be begging comparison with the Kindle Fire HD, the Google Nexus 7, and others that hover in the $200 to $250 price range. But Coby expects the price to fall more around the $150 mark, and at the price, it delivers more than some other budget...
Pros: Lots of inputs, Reasonable size and weight, Google-certified, with Google apps and Play support
Cons: Display lacks brightness and clarity of competitors, Noticeable screen air gap causes lots of glare, reduced contrast, Graphics performance is subpar for gaming
Summary: The Coby MID8065 offers decent performance, a great price, and a nice alternative to 7 and 10 inch tablets with widescreen displays.
But it’s tough to recommend this particular tablet because of its poor viewing angles and the dust I found under my screen (which could be an isolated incident, but it...
Conclusion: The Coby MID8065 is an affordable Android tablet with an in-between 8-inch screen size and uncommon aspect ratio. It's a decent performer, but if you can spend a little more, there are better options.
Pros: Inexpensive. Mini HDMI and microSD. Google Play app store access.
Cons: Low-quality display. Dated Android 4.0 OS. Disappointing battery life.