Summary: Got one of these as a factory furbished model for $60. Most tablets in that price range are junk, refurbished or no. There's a few that are slightly more expensive and are quite decent performers, e.g. the ASUS MeMo Pad and Acer Iconia 7.
Summary: I bought this product to travel with opposed to lugging a laptop around and I love you. I use it at tradeshow/conferences as well. I can save my presentations, play music, take notes, and still keep abreast of things via e-mail. It's perfect for commuting or a day away from the office.
Summary: Great battery life! The device is a little laggy when using it - like some times you swipe and a second later the screen will change, for the price I'm not complaining. Android 4.0.3 can't handle spell checking, it can handle it but there aren't any words in its spell check dictionary, and that is...
Summary: This was a replacement for the same tablet that I killed by basically abusing it on my various disaster relief operations. It works just as well as the last one, but there is one odd thing. There is a constant notification for me to insert an SD card for external storage.
Ismael Al-Omari "Obstacles are what you see when you set your eye off the goal!", Amazon
8 July 2013
Summary: Good tablet in general although a little slow compared with Samsung Galaxy Tab2 (7 inch). Could have had more RAM. The best thing is the speakers... super loud and clear (stereo)! Beats any other tablet in the market for this feature.
Summary: Not the greatest specs, but I haven't found anything better in this price range. I looked around quite a bit, and had opportunities to spend time with several other 7" tablets. I would say that at the price, there is nothing even close. Sure, the $170 to $200 tablets are clearly better.
Summary: I was looking for a tablet that was not difficult to use. I am glad that I chose this one as my first tablet experience. I have had it for about a month, and so far I am pleased with it. Customer Tech Support has been very good.
Summary: The 512MB of ram isn't enough because like every other electronic device on the planet, it suffers from bloatware. Thats is why you need what I said in the title, an auto task killer. Other than that its a great start for a tab-curious person. It has everything you'll look for in a basic tablet.