Summary: Purchased mine from HSN because it came preloaded with some expensive apps. I've now owned it for 6 months and it still functions fine. But after 4 months the upper left corner split open and expanded apart at the seam in the plastic. It was never dropped or mishandled, it did this on its own.
Summary: I've had this tablet for just over a month now, and these are my two cents. The Pros: For an entry level, under $200 tablet, it isn't terrible. It arrived with just a few bloatware apps, mostly android OS stuff and a few games.
Summary: I bought this for my 6 year old daughter. She's very smart. I'm a tech so, I'm all about electronics. My daughter loved the tablet Santa brought her. Its great for her to watch her movies, go online to her educational websites. I preconfigured it for her to make it easier on her.
Summary: I received the T408. The tablet is nice. Nice screen. Fairly easy to use. The power supply is garbage. Instead of a welded/glued strain relief on the micro USB end, it had a 2 piece shell. It started to come apart within 2 days. After 4 days, it was off completely and one of the connections broke.
Summary: In truth, I'm not sure why this device exists. It is obviously a direct competitor for the Kindle Fire without some of the Kindle Fire's features. The OS is a version of Android 2.3. It doesn't seem to be complete.