Loved it. Learning curve was steep in the beginning ...
Jennifer Willett, Amazon
5 September 2015
Summary: Loved it. Learning curve was steep in the beginning as it was my first tablet. The bad news is the screen cracked 3 months after I purchased it. I put it under a car seat. It can't be repaired. So I have to buy a new tablet. May be worth it to pay more for one that can be repaired.
Summary: For a little over $100 when I got it, this is an incredible value. Pros: - Fast. - Can switch between a bunch of apps relatively quickly. - GREAT resolution. - Feels sturdy. Cons: - Speaker can be too low at times. Even at max volume. - NO MicroSD slot. - No custom ROMs available.
Summary: So close to a five star: For my uses, it is vital for a device to be standard Android. I use some software that has not been ported to iOS or Kindle, so iPads and Fire HDXs won't work, I've tried both, whereas the Kobo runs them just fine.
I have always been satisfied with them and Weill continue to be faithful to ...
27 December 2014
Summary: This isn't the first KOBO that I've had. I have always been satisfied with them and Weill continue to be faithful to them. I like the easde of being able to buy books on any app. This was a good find for an excellent price.
Summary: The slight red tinge to the screen is only noticeable if you compare it to an iPad. Text quality is excellent and unlike Apple products you can easily drag and drop video files onto this device. MX Player allowed me to zoom video to eliminate black bars and works very well.
Summary: Very poor overall quality. The display screen has rough unpolished edge. The bezel edge is not smooth. No rear camera. No microSD slot. Very few language support. Poor back cover material and design. Poor and limited manual selection screen (only two screens available for use).