Conclusion: If you're looking to grab a tablet with a mobile data plan, the ZTE Optik is the least expensive yet, and it doesn't make many sacrifices, with a great, high resolution display and solid performance?but don't expect the best software experience or slickest design.
Pros: Inexpensive. Great screen. Comfortable to hold. Proficient performance.
Cons: Doesn't ship with the latest version of Android. Occasional app crashes and full system resets. Mediocre battery life. 3G, not 4G.
Summary: ZTE and Sprint have created a monumentally cheap tablet in the Optik. But, considering the contract price, it's hard to justify a purchase. The Optik was, at times, frustratingly slow. It's running...
Pros: Solid build quality, Portability (7-inch form factor), Excellent price tag
Cons: Frustratingly slow and laggy, Outdated version of Android, 3G only
Conclusion: The ZTE Optik is cheap enough that it falls into the impulse purchase category, and users who drop $99 on the Optik will definitely get their money’s worth. It is a capable tablet that will perform all the basic tasks without issue, but if you’re expecting more than average from a tablet the Optik is not for you.
Pros: Good build quality, Fast processor with lots of memory, Cheap, both on and off contract
Cons: Sluggish performance at times, No 4G connectivity, Camera performance is lacking
Summary: At just $99, Sprint's ZTE Optik is enticing. But when you take into account the fact that you'll end up paying at least $579 for 3G speeds, it starts to look significantly less appealing. Yes, a $99 Honeycomb tablet may seem like the holy grail for budget-conscious families, but we'd suggest stepping up to the $199 Kindle Fire instead.
Excerpt: If you’re looking for a 7-inch Android tablet with basic Wi-Fi connectivity, you have a wide range of different models to choose from. However, if your aim is to find something with not only Wi-Fi but also 3G cellular connectivity, then the number of choices drops significantly. One of the few true 3G-enabled Android tablets available on the market today is the ZTE Optik . Also going by the name v55, it comes with Android 3.2 Honeycomb pre-installed.
Summary: ZTE Optik è un tablet con sistema operativo Android, display da 7 pollici, risoluzione 1280x800 pixel, processore Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8660 dual core da 1,2 GHz, 1 GB di RAM e 16 GB di memoria interna per lo storage