Summary: after about 10 months the tablet wouldn't turn on again. Sent it in before the warrenty expired. We couldit back and as soon as the tablet lost its charge it wouldn't turn on again. I called the company and told them what happened.
Summary: This is a great tablet for the price. I got it for my mom as a birthday gift and she loves it. Except for the fact that it broke down on her within a month of using it. I had to ship it to Lenovo, and they fixed it right up for no charge (apparently, the battery somehow became disconnected, and...
Summary: Is a little out of date. Works well but the processor is slower than those on an iPad or equivalent. Has on great feature: although wifi only, it has gps. You can use downloadable maps and use just like an y other gps.
Summary: Just wanted to tell you I'm on my second Lenovo tablet in 14 months. It is easy to use, light weight, easy to take anywhere, great graphics and such. What they don't tell you is it is will freeze up on you.
Summary: It's an okay tablet. Not great, however. It's a bit sticky and slow at times. The tablet is unusable in sunlight. I took it to the park, and it was a bright sunny day, and I couldn't see anything on the screen...AT ALL.
Summary: Cant beat the $149 price. But ... 1. Too many non- deletable programs running for the limited RAM. You have to root this thing to make it perform decently. 2. No magnetic compass. If you are buying it for the gps feature (like me), you should know this limitation. 3.
Summary: I've had this for a couple of weeks. I was at the store, had a Kindle Fire (not-HD) in my hand. About to pay for it, and I saw this overlooked cheaper tablet and started looking at the specs... Wait a second. You mean the Kindle Fire doesn't have a camera? And this has 2, and is cheaper?