Summary: I am generally a Mac person, but I needed a small Android tablet for a specific purpose. I basically walked into the store and got the cheapest (actually the second cheapest) thing available, which happened to be this. I only paid the equivalent of about USD 100 so I can't really complain, but, well, in this world you really get what you pay for.
Summary: Will not charge. According to (hindsight) the Android forum this is a common problem with this model. Sent in rebate form, which says that once I did that I can not return it. --out fifty bucks. Looking at a Kindle Fire.
Summary: This uses a micro usb charging port. It's ridiculous, that should be reserved for phones only. Two times it has stopped charging and HP was nice enough to take it back. They sent me a refurbished one when the first one quit charging and gave me a 3 month warranty for the second one. One week after the 3 month warranty it quit charging. It was a total waste of money.
Summary: This is an obsolete device, slow with poor build quality. I accidentally did a 1" scratch on the front glass which developed into an full top-to-bottom crack in two days(!). HP support refused to replace the digitiser. I have had 6 tablets so far from Acer and none used such cheap glass -- none cracked and I dropped some on the floor If you care for the T-Mo service buy it and be prepared to buy a T-Mo hotspot for the micro-SIP when your tablet expires.
Summary: This was a complete dud. Pros: It looks nice. Cons: Kind of sluggish The T-Mobile mobile data does not work at all and yes I'm in a place that gets good reception. The WIFI is also very slow. I got taken for a ride on this one. Should have stuck with Kindle Fire HD it was excellent.
TMOBILE NOT FREE! must buy a $50 phone inorder to be eligible for "free" offer.
H. Craven, Amazon
6 June 2014
Summary: I only purchased this to use as a free hotspot. when I :chatted" to set up the connection I was told I would need a $50 phone to be eligible for the "free" offer. I didn't need a tablet - I already have a good 10 inch one.
Summary: Under powered and low resolution screen. A lot of my favorite apps would work on it. (TV guide being one.) I promptly sold it on craigslist at a loss and bought a Galaxt Tab3 and have been happy ever since...although the HPTP has better sound. Save your money and skip this one...unless you get it for 20 bucks or less.
Summary: This was the first tablet I have owned, Got it in December and had trouble with the charger, I sent this product back and received another one, but it took about 6 weeks to settle the problem. Now with the second one I am again having problems with the charger, look like it becomes loose and will not charge the tablet, needless to say I am very upset about it. Would I recommend this product to someone else, NO-Never. Lets hope I can be made happy again. I doubt it.