Summary: This is my second foray into tablets, and I'm statisfied but not thrilled. I read A TON of pages of reviews of tablets from the extremely cheap to the extremely costly. I went back and forth trying to decide between knock off brand and name brand. The Lenovo seemed to have overall good reviews, I had previously purchased a Nextbook. I love the Android system so I knew for sure I wanted that. In a nutshell I liked the Nextbook better.
Summary: Nice lightweight portable Tablet. Works good. Nice screen resolution. But dual cameras megapixel resolutions are not that Great. Little problem conecting with Skype. Many kool Apps. Lenovo is always a great brand.
Summary: This tablet has all the features that I need for what I do in my business. It does not have the updated android but it works for me. Email and pictures are the big use for me. If you want games you might want the later version of ice cream sandwich or the new Google that is just out.
Summary: I really have enjoyed my tablet. It has a lot of apps available to use. I have downloaded 5 or 6 movies by purchasing an additional SD card for external memory. It has word processing software with it and you can link your printer by using a free app from google. My wi-fi went in and out initially but I downloaded wifi static to keep the signal steady. This is a great buy! The video capabality is not the greatest but it serves its purpose.
Summary: Background: We have multiple PC's, an iPad 2, iPhone 4s, etc. My main reason for getting this tablet was to have something that I could customize for my own usage around the house and something larger than the iPhone for entertainment while traveling. Sharing the iPad doesn't work well since it doesn't have multiple user settings. Read books and store manuals on first and foremost. These are PDF's for all my electronics, my vehicles, and my power equipment.