|This Android-powered 7" Tablet/eReader offers a 7" hi-resolution screen (800x480) help you enjoy your favorite audio, video, photos and e-books. The optimized touch panel is more responsive than other touch panels. Pre-loaded are Kindle, Kobo, and Nook applications for your convenience, so you can more easily download and enjoy reading ebooks. 24 bit color processing provides finer image quality. This tablet has a slim cabinet, accent color metal strip on back cover, a more glossy finish than comparable level tablets, and a rechargeable battery for continuous use and enjoyment.|
Nice Entry Level Tablet2/2/2013
Limited power but fun to play with. Great little starter to learn if you really want a tablet.
DON'T BUY THIS!!!!3/6/2012
This is a piece of junk. We had nothing but problems with this device, it locked up and we returned this over 6 weeks ago.
Love it at first sight, and still5/11/2011
Just received this gadget. And I love it at first sight. It has a slim and sleek design and coated by a black glossy finish. Though easy to got it connected to my home network, I spent a little bit more time than usual to get myself familiar with its user interface. But after you get used to it, you feel good at it. The touching screen works just perfect by the way!
Junk! Junk! Junk! Buyers Beware!5/8/2011
If you know nothing about electronics then this item is for you it is a great novelty item but as far as function its Junk. Where to begin? The speaker on medium volume is mute. All the way up on high it soungs like someone whispering from a 3 story balcony, when your on the ground floor. You know their saying something but cant quite make out what their saying. 9 out of 10 aps I installed would not work. Battery lasts about 45 mins top on an all night charge. Lets see umm, camera was sluggish if it worked at all and pictures were shoddy at best when I could get it working. Touchscreen was very non-responsive and 4 or 5 out of 10 times I pressed anything nothing would happen. I really tried I spent 5 days playing with this thing and its JUNK! I own an LG Optimus Android phone and let me tell you night and day here folks. If you want to waste your hard earned money go ahead. If you know anything about these devices and want to use it for anything other than a paperweight then dont even bother.
Not the greatest even at a low $$$5/8/2011
My unit booted fine but would not keep a charge. 45-60 mins even with the WIFI turned off. Unit itself has issues - some common Android apps will not work correctly - wrong screen size, too slow, just would crash. Unit would crash to its "desktop" regularly. On avi playback, the unit would pixelate the video and sometimes "stutter" image. Sound from unit is tinny & not very loud. Overall if you want it as an ok MP3 player (only has 2gb memory -but used microSD) go for it, otherwise run if you want it as a tablet. Also note Sungale website on unit says Android 2.2 but they do not have a firmware upgrade from 2.1 avail nor according to tech help are they going to.
I've Just Gotten Started5/5/2011
I just received my tablet today and have only had a little while to play with it, but so far I'm loving it. I like the size and how easy it is to use. I've never used a touch screen device before, but it is very intuitive. I'm particularly excited to find that Kindle and Nook - and several other e-readers - are already installed. I've already connected it with my Amazon account and downloaded some Kindle books, and reading them on this tablet is going to be so nice. Why choose one reader when you can have them all on this one device? I think it's going to be the perfect thing for browsing the internet, playing games, checking email, and reading books - in a size perfect for travel or taking anywhere.