Summary: Sprint does not give much support for this tablet. Sprint does not sell it any more. They had great prices a year and a half ago when I bought mine. I have one and I really like it. It does not like to be dropped. I ended up buying another one for 149 that was a floor model.
Summary: I bought it over a year ago and it is still going string. i used to play games and even skype. There are at three issues with this product though. One, it is tied to sprint, and every time this tablet is turned on it tries to connect to Sprint's cell towers.
Summary: Shipping on time. When I first got the product It was really nice now it is starting to fall apart. I had to take it to sprint because my power button got pushed in. I bought a pen to go with it.! It didnt work it's still pretty nice just minor things are starting to happen.
Summary: To sum up this tablet, the PROS ARE: 7-inch tablet: This Droid tablet is great, especially for being small. If you're on the go, and need something relatively tiny, but not too tiny, than this tablet is perfect. It has a great interface, which is visually stunning.
Summary: not bad tablet for $297.47 from monster utopia but heres the deal the upper cover for micro sim is not properly alligned so its not snugly fit higher than the right side but for monster utopia on the product details it is brand new dont trust the rating when it comes to electronis stuff, the tablet...
Extremely powerful device does what I need and more.
12 April 2012
Summary: I bought my HTC Evo View several months ago and it has worked out well for me. I have not activated it on the Sprint network so I only use it with WiFi. It strikes me as very durable and well made. For not much more money, it blows away the Kindle Fire and B&N Nook IMHO.