Reviews and Problems with Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet T301
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Be glad if all you paid was $53
Renee Connors "Renee Connors", Amazon
26 April 2015
Summary: Be glad if all you paid was $53. I paid full price at Best Buy, $199, thinking I was getting this great product. The salesperson knew nothing about it, should have been my first indicator. I asked if I could get movies, music, etc. "ah sure." Red flag number two.
Summary: i liked it. I bought two but they break easily and not to mention they require an SD card so thats more money you have to spend. Then when I put one in it, it would click me out of everything as soon as i touched it. never worked and never got used.
Summary: I got this for $40 but didn't use it long. I rooted it immediately and installed a proper google marketplace on it but couldn't run half the apps on the market. even for light use such as facebook and email was a chore. Also, it doesn't play games that well.
Summary: This little tablet has a number of weaknesses. I know it's inexpensive, and as a reader it is OK (just OK). But it's also an Android tablet and should be able to run plain vanilla applications. You should know by now that this gizmo won't run angry birds at all.
Summary: I purchased 2 of these ( for my 7 and 6 year olds). I own a Ipad2 and a Galaxy Tab, but i won't be comparing them to these because I wasn't expecting a budget iPad/galaxy tab. I did want devices that I could access the amazon market and be able to load children's books from outside sources,allow...
Summary: I bought this tablet for $100 for a black Friday deal and I dont think it is worth even that much. I returned it 5 days later. It started out fine but the second you install any games and apps it becomes so slow that is it barley usable.
Summary: I own two other tablets and thought I would buy 2 Velocity Cruz T301's for my two grandsons ages 6 and 9. The T301 is great as an ereader but not so hot for the popular apps, don't even think of installing Angry Birds it won't install any version of Angry Birds.
Summary: The Velocity Micro Cruz T301, with Android 3.1, is still not ready for prime time. That's unfortunate because it has awesome potential. The Cruz itself is sleek, well designed (aesthetically), and solidly built.
Summary: This product is very limited when it comes to the Android operating system. I purchased this product based on a previous FALSE review which Amazon has since removed. I would not recommend this product unless you are looking for pure book reader with some Android applications.
Summary: EDIT: After having this tablet for over a year now, I'm reducing the star rating from 4 to 2. After buying and reviewing this tablet originally, I bought a Samsung Transform phone, which runs Android 2.2.2. After having a direct comparison, this tablet started showing its flaws.