Summary: This was the first tablet I bought, and while I found it a little tricky at first to operate, and i had to download the user manual from on line (a lot of companies make you do that these days to save money), I was eventually able to figure it out.
Summary: I bought this tablet a while back when Woot had it on sale for $ 279.99. The viewing angle, although not ideal, has not bothered me, nor has the stock skin. I updated the firmware, and with that being said, my only complaints are that it is sluggish at times and I do get the occassional "hang" every...
Summary: I've been keeping my eye on the gTablet for months, watching the price to go down to a level where I felt comfortable making the investment. After spending a few weeks with my gTablet, I'm 100% sure I made the right choice.
Summary: This is a great device. It has become my favorite bedtime gadget. Actually I have ended sleeping later due to my ViewSonic tablet. With my 'g tablet' I can read, hear online music, trade stocks, play games. I miss a few Windows facilities, but overall is a great device.
Summary: The G-Tab out of the box is not bad for a cheaper tablet. It mentioned flash was installed, but for most sites it didn't work. I've had it for three months now, and didn't really get much use out of it because it's truly just been a slimmed down laptop.
You can buy an iPad, or three of these. NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART
29 June 2011
Summary: tl;dr: If you can get over the viewing angles like I have, and if you're even slightly tech-savvy or know someone who is, then this is by far the cheapest way to properly experience the joys of tablet computing for the first time.
Best Price/Functionality ratio as good unit to use at this moment
Tech Savvy "Tech Savvy", Amazon
4 June 2011
Summary: Pros: a) Core CPU is the best on the market. b) Rom can be updated easily if you are willing to learn (Thanks to XDA) c) Memory can be expanded easily with (cheap) micro SD slot (so you don't have to pay the $99 increment from 16G to 32G) d) Optional (and cheap) case with keyboard (via USB) makes...
Summary: There are many android based tablets appearing on the market. Many are being viewed as alternatives to the more expensive iPad. After reading these reviews, reading about the software options ("rooting the system') I took the plunge and purchased the G-pad. Here are my observations so far. 1.
Summary: Although this tablet has some letdowns, I would still recommend it to anyone on a budget who is willing to tinker with the unit for the ultimate tablet experience. Let me start the review with the negatives and with the average star rating of 2.5 stars.