Summary: well I am giving this tablet a 4 star simiply because I cant download free music because I don't have tubidy. The only way I can get this is if I have google play store. sure I can u emusic app but I would have to pay for the music.
Summary: I already had a Dell Latitude ST tablet (upgraded to Windows 8) that I use for doing real work and school, but after seeing my friend play games on her Galaxy Note 10.1, I decided I wanted to get a tablet for gaming. My budget was less than $150, and I wanted a large screen (not a 7").
Summary: The tablet arrived on time. The packaging was intact and secure. The item itself was wrapped in a plastic bag with small air bags around it. Included: Tablet with Power cord, USB 2.0 to mini. Small seperate mini USB also included. Warranty/Registration paperwork.
Summary: Battery lasts about 10 hours if you turn off the WiFi. Plays music, views photos, strong enough to run Office-compatible apps (Excel, Word, Powerpoint).
Pros: Light-weight, large 4:3, 9.7" color screen (same size as iPad) for reading PDF manuals and ebooks. Comes with good selection of basic apps (email, browser, file manager, camera). Cheaper than a dedicated eReader, more flexible. Who cares about Google play. Just download any version 4.0 compatible...
Cons: Need to install Adobe Reader Mobile for reading PDFs. Must use provided USB "pigtail" adapter for reading flash drives, not a standard USB cable. Standard USB cable is for reading the tablet as a big flash drive.
Summary: Overall I like the tablet, I've had it for over a week now and no major issues with it yet. The inability to have GooglePlay does somewhat make me regret my choice as I was hoping for an ability to do documents on the go (and some of my favorite apps for such are on GooglePlay), but still, Google...