Summary: Very impressed with the build quality of the Le Pan tab. Beautiful screen, and much better build than many other tablets, and all tablets in this price range. Runs most apps well, screen swipes not as fast as tablets running duel cores, but who cares. HBO go runs fine. Quite happy overall with the tab. BUT, the tablet, while downloading from Amazon, started to force close everything. Reset tablet and it still was happening.
Summary: Well, I was really excited about this tablet when I found it online. All the reviews looked good and so I decided to buy me one. Here is from my point of view the good and the bad: Pros: - very nice touch screen with good contrast and brightness - intuitive user interface - good touchscreen response - excellent mechanical built and nice design - nice set of apps factory installed [browser, email, gallery =, etc.
Summary: The store meet it's requirements and the device was delivered on time. Worked the first time out of box. The device delivered on it's promises, to be fair it's a good product, good image quality, and fast. I used it during my recent travel overseas and with free wifi (almost anywhere), you had instant access to maps, email, and phone (Google voice or Skype).
Summary: I have had the Le Pan tablet for 3 days and I know that is kind of quick to make a judgement but I had to make a review. I am actually contemplating returning the unit, it has a bright spot of light about 1/4" wide on the screen in the left center of screen like the tft screen is worn away there, so starting off with a defect. I come pre-biassed because I bought a Asus EEE Transformer Honeycomb tablet and ordered the base laptop for it.