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. It just doesn't compete against other tablets, even on the low end.
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? Good features, but poor design and workmanship, not to mention a self-serving warranty. My next tablet will have Gorilla Glass. I would advise caution with this product. I paid $200 to have it for one week.
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. I did so about two months ago, and I've been testing it off and on ever since ...
Summary: I bought this tablet a couple of weeks ago. It was decent while it worked but it kept crashing and crashing for unknown reasons. Thought it was the battery but even after recharging it would go down again. You can't download anything from the android market but if you download apps from another source i.e an android smart phone they will run fine on this tablet apart from Skype which does not work anyway.
Summary: I am looking for a budget Android tablet, the price is good, but software is really not adequate. Skype does not work. None of the Google apps are present, Google map does not work, the tablet fails to provide the current location. Can't handle much of the music, Explorer does not want to play mp3 stored in the SD card, went dead when installed 5gb music into Music folder. ..and many more make you frustrated of using it. Not recommended.
Summary: As a singer who uses backing tracks on stage i've used Creative products for playing my tracks through for years and aways been happy, but not this time !! First the plus points, decent sturdy bit of kit, very responsive touch screen, and easy enough to navigate. The bad points, it crashes quite often on startup, crashes when selecting music more than i'm happy with. and the worst of all, 'Google Play' is the BEST site for lots and lots of apps for androids....
Summary: Thought i would be smart and buy a good looking tablet. However, it is too slow and resistive and freezes or crashes a lot. Also, it only has its own version of google play which is poor. You can download amazon appstore but some apps do not work. Overall, do not buy this product. It would be better to buy a nexus or kindle fire or even sve up for a samsung galaxy tab or ipad.
Pros: Looks good
Cons: Not responsive, slow and no android marketplace