It was good while it worked, but I wouldn't recommend it
Collin Henderson, Amazon
6 May 2014
Summary: I liked this tablet. It easily accessed Wi-Fi, was great for playing music, I could play some videos on it, and the resolution was pretty good. I downloaded a few apps on it, but only a few. The Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0 OS) was very easy to pick up and user friendly. Unfortunately, it died on me in October, and the warranty was no good anymore. :( I was on the verge of getting Netflix so I could stream on my tablet.
Summary: I totally agree, this tablet is a piece of CRAP. So far I've only had it for about 6 months to a year and I've already had to replace the charger/cord. Half the time there's no internet connection, storage space sucks and it's very slow but, like they say "You get what You pay for".
If you have the unfortunateness of already owning this, use it with kids
Marania "Ebook Lover!", Amazon
9 February 2014
Summary: Do not use message/text on this and expect to get your messages sent or be received. I let my two year old son watch Netflix on this. it freezes constantly, which has taught him a bit of patience. otherwise, pretty useless. It even freezes with preloaded/downloaded videos.
Summary: i got this internet tablet at a really good price. As the saying goes "you get what you pay for", thats exactly what I got. The tablet I have is slow, it keeps stalling out and freezing up. Not a good purchase in the least bit. Terrible decision on my part. Will never do that again. smh.
Summary: Biggest piece of crap I've ever bought. Got the 1st one in Nov 2012 and 1 week later had to take it back to get another one cause it wouldnt turn on. Second one I never should have got because it don't like to load anything or it won't connect to wifi or it locks up! Junk!!
If you just want to test you young children out on Tablet
27 January 2013
Summary: Most of the time the Wifi is not working on this tablet. It is not the greatest but good enough for those over protective parents (myself & husband) that don't want to get an expensive Kindle Fire or Apple tablet for their kid. For fear of them losing it, it getting stolen, the child dropping/breaking it, or worst your child talking to a 40 year old man posing as a 12 year old kid. All that fear aside, it's ok to buy as a starter.