Decent tablet but no valid windows activation key.
Diana Fenstermacher, Amazon
31 October 2014
Summary: For the tablet its a pretty good deal despite the fact that it doesn't have a valid windows activation key. I thought this was just a fluke at first but have gotten two tablets like this so far and I also now see other reviews saying the same thing. Not sure if I'm going to return it or just try and buy a key for cheap somewhere. Either way, the product should be advertised as not having a valid key so people know what they're buying.
Summary: I like the fact that it is very fast and that it has that pen. I also like the fact that you can download apps from everywhere but the problem I had with it was that the battery doesn't last for more than 2 hours from lightly using it. It also gets too hot as soon as I start using it and sometimes it just presses on buttons on its own. I returned it. Overall I think it's a nice tablet and that only mine was defective.
Summary: This system is starting to trip out on me after 4 months of use. Double clicking on screen, selecting icons upon hovering--all this happening with little effort navigating on the screen. Yellowing strip appearing on right side of screen... also, keyboard was so expensive and its already wearing out---lame. I only like that it starts up fast but its already tripping up. i want my money back.
Excerpt: I purchased this in late April 2013, and returned it the same day. I was hoping that this would be a good tablet for my electronic health record software which I connect through using Internet Explorer's RDP to a main server. Unfortunately the SLOWNESS was a high negative for this tablet. I have much higher connection speeds using my iPad connected through RDP and running a local machine. I was disappointed that it didn't work out, since it has a nice feel to it.
Summary: *****5star: I have been waiting to replace my trusty netbook for a touch tablet THAT DID NOT run on Android (hate the fact that android OS takes my credit card numbers and stores them indefinitely without adequate security in the event of theft of the physical device!). I wanted the same MS/Windows I run in my home office, so I could update and change documents when I was meeting with clients. I wanted to read books with a touch screen.