Sires "I like mysteries (particularly British ones, historical fiction and nonfiction, science fiction and fantasy.", Amazon
19 December 2012
Summary: This was my second Android Tablet. I bought it in April 2011. After about a week I found myself looking for information about rooting it and going for a custom ROM. I started at XDA Developers where I tried several. Later I branched out and currently I'm running SmoOth_BeAn.
Summary: I bought the ViewSonic gTablet for my mom for a Mother's Day  present earlier this year. At $299, it seemed to be a good deal. At first, she liked it, but then inexplicable force closes occurred.
Great internal hardware, rest of device needs lots of work
Amazon Customer, Amazon
24 April 2011
Summary: I got this tablet as an android newbie trying to see what it was like--I was drawn in since it had a real tegra 2 dual core setup, so at least it would have decent hardware. I was slightly wrong. While the tegra 2 chip is plenty fast, the rest of the device is not nearly as impressive.
Summary: As mentioned in other reviews, this thing is not an iPad, or even a xoom when it comes to quality, but there is a lot of stuff to like under the hood and if your willing to tinker with it you can get a pretty sweet tablet. I picked mine up when it was on woot a few weeks ago.
Not for the faint of heart - but a good investment
Paul Granneman "Super Nerd", Amazon
22 February 2011
Summary: I have been using my G-Tablet now for about a week. Out of the box it was horrible to use. The screen looked bad and the interface was not responsive. It requested an update and I installed that. After that happened things started working better.
Summary: I own a G Tablet. I like my G Tablet. Let me tell you why no-one is raving about the G Tablet. The electronics exceed the iPad at time of writing. The form factor is nothing to write home about. The viewing angles on the screen are sub-par, which is surprising given the device's provenance.