I had a Ziio before and wore it out. Loved the sound, loved the picture. One downfall, I like an actual manual with the product
christine carswell, Amazon
30 June 2014
Summary: I like an actual manual with the product instead of looking it up online. Also, the charging cord seperated where it connects between the plug to the tablet and the wires so had some difficulty getting another one. Overall so far it's great and I have actually bought one for each of my kids.
Summary: I purchased the ZiiO tablet for my husband. When it arrived we charged it and it worked fine for 1 (one) day. After the first day we could not connect to the internet (we were connected to the wifi) the only page you could connect to was the Ziio creative page. Could not get to google.com could not download anything not even from ZiiStore. Total waste of money.
Summary: I have 2 of these. I know, it's old, but it's classic, strong, comfortable, I just bought a 2nd brand new out of the box ZiiO. It says it's 8GB 2.1 android, but I received 16 GB, Android 2.2, no biggie. It not the latest version of Android and out of production and all that. Works very well as ROKU WiFi remote with the ROKU app. Amazon App Store has a lot of other apps.
Summary: This is a terrible and unusable poor excuse for a tablet! It's use of 2.2 Android is so outdated it almost archeological! The capacitive screen is beyond pathetic and the resolution is unwatchable leaving me dizzy! This was a badly designed tablet that missed an opportunity to be a market leader and comparable to the original iPad! Now that Creative have closed all support for these tablets they are nothing more than paperweights!
Summary: well, if you were looking for a great screen and moderate functionality, this is your Tablet! Thru the genius of contracts and corporate fee structures for name usage and copyrights, you will not see an up-date'able version of this product. It is a shame, as the screen is fantastic, the battery life is outstanding and it tough as a box of stray kittens--that's really tough, by the way.
well it was one of those awful tablets from the beggining of the tablet era
Fernando C. Cardoso, Amazon
6 May 2013
Summary: to think about it now that it is a 2 years product is an exercise more about our production system than about the gadget. i got it in the fresh moments of the tablet "revolution" and even then it was awful. those guys found a way to sell bad hardware in an apparently fair format and creative was a know name in the middle of the copycat market (i was surprise the brand i remembered from the soundblaster and multimidia kits was still alive).
Summary: I convinced my daughter that this would be a better way to spend her $160 than a refurbished iPod, which was what she really wanted. She worked so hard for her money, that I wanted her to get the most for it. Right away, this tablet was not as responsive as she expected. It needed to be turned off then back on fairly often due to apps that would freeze. Then the power switch stopped working about four months after purchase.
Summary: I only got to use it for about a week, music was extremely easy to load and play. Sound quality was great. But, it fell off my bed to the carpeted floor and the screen broke. Not economically repairable. If you do buy one make sure you get the case also.