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. The first one froze after 3 months and it was exchanged and I was told it must have been a rare lemon. Well yesterday my second one froze twice. must let the battery empty and recharge and it worked for a few minutes and froze again.
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. Factory start program is glitchy after a full shut down. Load the "go" sw from the Google play store and it works fine. 4. Bluetooth keyboard protocol is weird and not compatible with most BT devices.
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? I know there are cheaper tablets out there.
Summary: Since day one, I've had problems with this device. I am a computer savvy and I can fix any type of performance on any electronic device, and this device is just bad in general, sleek design, but bad processor.
Summary: I wanted to buy this tablet, but before that I wanted to get some info from people who use it. Has anybody tried playing 720P and 1080P videos on it ? How was the experience ? How does the tab perform while playing HD videos ? any lags in frames or any voice-video syncing issues ? Also, how is the display while reading ebooks ? I am buying a 7 inch tab and I have short listed this tablet along with Asus Memo 172V and Huawei Mediapad 7 lite.