Summary: Single touch only, slow and most programs won't run on it. Unless you can pick this up for $50 or less you should just pass. you can pick up any number of better tablets for $100 (or even less)
Summary: I'm generally a fan of Creative products--Zen, countless earbuds, etc. This was quite a letdown. Looking for a 7" tablet with music player capabilities lead me to order the ziio. The cheap feel and quality, the limited firmware, lack of support and updates all contributed to me returning the unit.
Summary: Good screen resolution. Poor applications to be installed. Does not accept external keyboard. Cannot connect it to my media server so cannot play music through my home theather which is also connected to the network. Good for kids but it was not what I was epxecting
Summary: This my experience with this tablet. I will write here with no bias. I bought this tablet, because I am a fan of Creative. It feels nice in my hand, The sound is rich and clear with good bass. But I have to return it because it felt to play my video.
Summary: The product seemed very good for the price, it had a nice display, and was useful for watching youtube videos, internet websites, and really good for watching movies in several formats, just copy them to the folder whenever you connected the device.
Summary: I bought a Creative Ziio two weeks ago and loved it. I even recommended it to others. Then, last week, I pressed on the screen and the screen cracked. Creative says the screen is not covered by the warranty. Should it crack under finger pressure?
Summary: I have a long history with Creative products, all the way back to the Creative Nomad (if you can believe!), so I was excited when Creative debuted this tablet, but, as a consumer, I've always been skeptical about any product's advertised strengths ... so I waited a while to pick one of these up.