Reviews and Problems with Velocity Micro Cruz Tablet T301
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Great Little Tablet
17 May 2012
Summary: First of all, if you are looking for an amazing tablet that can support all of the hottest apps, this is not the tablet for you. This tablet, yes, is on the lower end of the tablet-spectrum, but it is actually pretty great for what it is.
Summary: I have had this product for almost 2 months. It is the first tablet I have ever used and I am still learning how to use this and its functions. Overall, I love it so far. In the product description it says it comes with a 4GB SD card, but mine did not.
Summary: OK, I can't take it any more. I've been regularly consulting Amazon's user reviews of this device since I purchased it as a Christmas gift for my wife six weeks ago. Since that time, I've read countless reviews unmercifully bludgeoning the T301 as completely useless and incapable. Not so, say I.
Summary: Received it with the new Froyo 2.2 OS installed right out of the box, its 2.2.1-rc7 to be exact. The capacitive screen behaves better than I thought, and I am not sure why people have such a huge issue with it, it works great and really is very responsive.
Summary: Hey All, First, this tablet is fine as a general internet access, reader, and simple office services device. What it is not is a media entertainment device, a full service pc or a phone. Me?, I'm a simple network and information systems engineer. What got me here is a lark.
Summary: Bought as a color, touchscreen Kindle. It's that and more!! Hooked up to WiFi fast and flawless. Great capacitive screen. Got live wallpaper. YouTube works great. Email works great. Needed get incoming/outgoing info from Centurylink, though. Must understand what you're buying. I have an iPad.
Summary: First off, out of the box, this tablet isn't the greatest. However, if you have moderate technical skill you can upgrade this device to android 2.2 Froyo and uninstall all the bloat that it has. You can then install all the Google apps including "Android Marketplace" using ADB for android.
Summary: I bought this in February 2011 but wasn't terribly impressed. I was unsure if the touchpad wasn't very sensitive or if the OS was part of the problem. It often required 2 or more taps to activate a button/selection and browsing the web was klunky and slow.