Summary: Avoid--same problem as many others. Used it 4/5 times in 18 months.Will not turn on--Kobo customer [don't] care are a total waste of time and [a great deal] of effort. Out of warranty they simply do not want to know even though clearly a common problem.
Summary: Found this Tablet in the UK for 90GBP for the 64GB version bought it for my daughter. It is very tough can withstand drops and is perfect for the price. It can do everything my Nexus 7 can and has double the memory 64GB and I paid half the price for it.
Summary: While it works it is OK. While it is under guarantee it is OK. Mine broke after 18 months and you cant get spares for it. I have replaced it with another make and would recommend you try a different brand.
Summary: Bought this to update my Kobo Glo. Good as a tablet but rubbish as an e-reader. Very sensitive to the touch. Font kept changing for no reason. Have to actually select an aspect as this keeps alternating from landscape to portrait.
Summary: Great little tablet, however the charging port will quickly fail and spare parts are not available. Kobo customer service is very poor so you'll be sick with a broken tablet. Highly recommend you look elsewhere.
Summary: Got this as a replacement for my Kindle Paperwhite. I still have Kindle, but wanted something that will let me use other apps - like Scribd. I was assuming I will sell it or return if I won’t like it, but I was nicely surprised. It has great, clear screen, which is easy to look at.
Summary: Initially seems like a very good tablet but has fatal flaws. The devise is made of (rather than coated in) a soft plastic that suggests a rugged tablet. But there's a reason why most electronics are made of materials significantly stronger than playdoh.