Summary: This tablet is good for the money. I purchased two: one for 60 and the other for 84. The more expensive one had been rooted with Jelly Bean os. I crashed a lot and I was forced to return it due some other issues as well. the other one has been performing quite well. I need to upgraded the os to get the most benefit out of it. However, I can not ask much for 60 dollars right?
Summary: i bought this item for my son because he is hospital bound. he likes the pictures quality very much the only bad thing about it is the sd card does not stay in the slot, if you are not careful it pops out no matter how you try to make it click in, he has to use paper and tape to hold the card in place, also there is no feature to copy/paste/delete movies. it must be plugged into a desktop to remove files.
Summary: I have used Pandigital tablets and HP Touchpads. This one lies between the two leaning more towards the HP. It works very well like the HP but it looks and feels like the Pandigitals. The HP and Ipad are sleek, more square, light and a pleasure to hold and look at. The Pandigitals are clunky, heavy, sharp edges and toylike in appearance. The ViewSonic is more like this than HP or Ipad like.
Summary: This is a good value for the price ($190 used). The G-tab must be rooted to get anything worthwhile out of it. I use it to read documents on the go and web browsing. The screen is responsive to touch, and viewing angles dont seem as bad as some reviews have stated. The only drawback is that I cannot get Flash media to play on the tablet. Other than that I really like this tablet.
A few changes to the rom and you can make this a dream tablet.
27 January 2012
Summary: Very impressive hardware for the price. Works remarkably as far as speed. Was not impressed with the out-of-the-box OS. The included version of Android 2.2 Froyo is a modified version that is not your every day version of Android. If you are looking for something that works closely to the version of Android you'll find on a smartphone, you'll have to root this and flash a new rom such as CyanogenMod rom, etc.
If you are looking for a reasonably priced tablet this is it.
3 January 2012
Summary: First thing is this is not an I Pad. It is a nice tablet but right of the box it has some problems but if you up grade the rom it is a great machine. Got this for my daughter for Christmas and it does everything she has asked it to do. She goes on internet, facebook, reads email, and plays games with no problems.
Summary: The best tablet for the money. I purchase a used Gtablet for $175. This is not a cheap clone. The Good: Quality hardware (Tegra 2 Procesor, 512 RAM, 16GB, 10.1in, ports (USB, MACRO USB, 3.5mm, micro sd, and using a dock the HDMI). Very important is the support for the developers, there are many custom ROMs to upgrade your tablet and a full Honeycomb is around the corner, but there are many Froyo and Ginger that work excellents.
install vegan-tab and the tablet will be better, faster.
7 October 2011
Summary: Pros: Great Value for money once you install Vegan-tab ROM. vegan-Tab runs fast, stable. nvidia Tegra processor. Excellent battery life (almost 10 hours) Cons: Screen viewing angle. speaker could be better.
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. At the hardware level, the gTablet is pretty much on par with other popular tablets. The exception being the screen. The gTablet's LCD isn't great, which isn't surprising given the price point.