Excerpt: I bought this tablet at Sears when they were on sale for $350 + tax. I like it so far. First impression: the tablet has a nice build quality. It has sensitive capacitive touch screen. Viewing angle is very small. Stereo sound is very good but a little lacking. Battery life is a megatron - it seriously lasts a long time! And that is with me playing and tinkering with it 24/7. (Angry Birds, anyone?
2012 this is outdated big time. NO NETFLIX NO MARKET
28 April 2012
Summary: Super dissapointment, only good if you buy brand new and know what you are doing or want to spend obout 24hrs learning how to ROOT an android, back it up, flash the drive, and expect crashes, dont buy it. I returned mine and purchased another brand that comes with Android 4.0 ICE CREAM SANDWICH and thats the latest and greatest right now, so really, look for the size you want, and make sure it has android 4.0 and buy it from a place offering a return policy because this...
Pros: BIG SCREEN GOOD QUALITY, not nearly as fast as my Galaxy but not slow either. You Tube works, and its just like the old android phones.
Cons: Heavy, thick, OLD Operating System, this android is like the second one they ever made, super old and upgradding OS was not possible on the referbished models i purchased. NO NETFLIX, no gmail, no MARKET no GOOGLE PLAY yikes and you cant add them.
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. The Tap n' Tap user interface is a disaster. I say again, a disaster. Slow, inelegant, and insufficient. There is good news. First, the price is right.