"Great product for the price (much cheaper than iPad)"
23 November 2012
Pros: Cheap (paid 170 at Sams Club in 2011), Connects to Google Play app store (not some 3rd party app store), Access email (gmail, aol, etc), YouTube videos, Pandora (music), Flash-based games, Books, Connect remotely upload your own books and reader app.
Cons: Difficulty with wi-fi wireless network connectivity, Charging port is prone to breaking. User must not manually update Adobe Flash.
Cons: Started having problems with Charge Port after just 4 months. Started to feel loose and then would not connect properly. Eventually stopped connecting and could no longer charge. Screen turned gray and just stopped working. AFTER 4 MONTHS.
Pros: The tablet was a nice size, and was priced to fit my budget
Cons: My tablet started getting hot while it was charging when it was about four months old. And soon the battery would no longer hold a charge. Then it would no longer turn on, even if it was plugged in. The warranty service is a joke.
Pros: USB port, SD Expansion slot to 32 Gb. No carrier/service obligation. COST ! ! ! CostCo price: $189.99. We'd give it a perfect five-star rating if it had a back facing camera, more memory, wider view angle display -- Then it's an iPod and cost $600.
Cons: No back facing camera. Evidently no service/repair options.
Pros: I bought this tablet new for well under $200 dollars, and even with the 32 gig micro SD card, bluetooth keyboard and HDMI cable that I bought for it to fulfill what I envisioned for it (primary computing device) it is still 1/4 the cost of the iPad.
Cons: The Vtab does almost everything that I want it to do. At this point, 80% of what I would do on my personal laptop, I can do on my Vtab... and it only took hours and hour of scouring forums and falling into hacky work-arounds to make it happen:-(