Summary: so my son got a kurio 10s last year and it worked for a while than it stopped charging, we contacted kurio and went through 3 weeks of bullship finally almost when the warranty was up we where told to send the kurio in, about a month later we get a new kurio in the mail.
Summary: I got this to be able to Skype with my grandkids. I was able to install Skype but could not get it to connect. So thought I would install Oovoo instead, but can't download it. Even though it's an Android device, you cannot access your Google Play Store account from this device.
Summary: This looks like a perfect tablet for a kid on the surface. However, I found it to be a pain. I spent too much time when he first got the tablet trying to figure out why things would not work. Then we had issues where apps would not load.
Summary: Tablet wouldn't hold a charge from the time I opened the box, and after 2 months it wouldn't even power up past the startup screen. I tried and tried to get technical support to help me, but the only option available is emailing them and they never respond.
Don't waste your money or time even thinking about buying this!
4 August 2014
Summary: Don't waste your money! My mother in law bought this tablet for the grand kids as a Christmas present. She is letting us borrow it for an upcoming road trip and will repackage it before Christmas comes around. At first, the tablet seems really great!
Summary: i will never buy something that a person is selling that says this in the description : Screen Size: 7" Operating System: Android 4.2 Processor Type: Not Available Processor Model: Not Available Processor Speed: Not Available simply because they are to damn lazy to look up the specs to their own...
Summary: For a tablet that is marketed as one designed for kids, it is ridiculously easy to erase the apps. My two year old simply had to swipe the apps off the page. I was able to recover some of them as they showed up in a "recently used apps" page.