I don't understand why anyone would buy an Ipad over this tablet. I have done alot of research & have owned & still do have an Ipad but it just sits in the drawer now. Unless you like being confined to itunes for all purchases & no expandibility or flash. This is the way better tablet. & there is no need to pay extra for the 32 gig when you can just add a 16 gig sd card for $12. Also it is a bit higher price on here. bought mine at H H greg for $289.00
Seamless docking experience
The new iPad is still the best all-round tablet you can buy, and is backed up by a fantastic eco-system of apps, magazines, music, games and content. It's the more pleasing and polished option, and if your main aim is to keep cost down and entertainment high, the TF300 still falls short.
Individual needs and budget will determine if the Asus Transformer Pad TF300 is right for you, but we applaud Asus for marrying value and performance, and the TF300 comes highly recommended.
Well-built, still thin and light
With its Transformer Pad 300 - or TF300 to give it its model name - Asus has done it again. For under £400 you get a convertible 10in tablet with an IPS screen, Tegra 3 quad-core power, oodles of connectivity and battery life, and a keyboard dock that transforms (if you'll pardon the pun) it into a genuine productivity tool and basic netbook equivalent.
No problem with opening apps quickly and coping well with multi-tasking
The Transformer Pad 300 offers an attractive package for a reasonable price. £399 will get you 32GB of storage and the keyboard dock thrown in too. The excellent selection of ports, decent screen, competent performance and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich round-off a solid effort from Asus.
Pretty good product
My first tablet was a Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. However, that was stolen from me on the bus, so I needed a quick replacement.
I've taken to calling this a "half tablet." It was (less than) half the cost of the GT2, has half the processor cores, half the RAM, and half the flash memory. But all in all, it's not half bad.
microSD card, Acer Ring, Good value
The Acer Iconia A210 is one of the best budget 10-inch tablets available. If it wasn't for the very average battery life, we'd be having a major fling with the A210 because it has both flexibility and an Acer-made polish to its user interface that we really enjoyed using.
Too thick and heavy to hold for long
The Acer Iconia Tab A210 is an affordable 10-inch tablet, carrying a price of $350. It has one key advantage that will appeal not just to geeks, but all users - a full-sized USB 2.0 port that allows you to hook up a flash drive, a keyboard or a mouse. Practical and versatile.
Still, technology moves at a very quick pace.
The Acer Iconia Tab A210 is a partly-successful attempt at a low-cost Android tablet. It avoids the most serious pitfalls of early lower-cost Android tablets, but its pricing isn't aggressive enough to compete with the stars of the quickly developing budget market. The screen isn't great, the design won't get many excited and battery life is poor.
Love this tablet
After some extensive research I decided to go with the Toshiba excite 7.7. Wanted something a little bigger than 7in. Found this to win out over the 7.7galaxy which was pricey and the iPad mini. The excite was over priced but was able to score a decent deal on amazon about 330.00. Got it using gift cards so only spent 90 of my own money.
The size is perfect. The screen disply is awesome. Runs smoothe.
Solid construction, Vibrant AutoBrite AMOLED display
No longer regarded as a newcomer in the Android tablet scene, Toshiba is doing a great job in building up its reputation with its new line of Excite tablets. Just like its names, there's a lot of excitement surrounding the diminutive Toshiba Excite 7.7, as it boasts top-notch hardware in a compact body. From its rigorous performing quad-core processor to its stunning "AutoBrite" AMOLED display, there are a lot of things that reels us into this tablet.
Gorgeous display, classy build materials, fast quad core with ICS
The tablet lists for $499 (16 gig). That's a high price for a 7" class tablet, and in fact it's the same price as the Toshiba Excite 10. I know many of you expect smaller tablets to be less expensive, and Toshiba's pricing is surprising. That said, it's currently the best 7" class tablet on the market. The 0.3", 13 ounce tablet is thin, light and stylish. But it's not just good looks: the 1.3GHz Tegra 3 quad core is every bit as fast as 10" Android tablets.
Super thin and super lightweight
Toshiba hasn't skimped on the Excite 7.7. It is a fantastic tablet that hits the mark in almost every way. The battery life isn't the best, but everything else about this tablet is great, especially its screen and build. It's one of the lightest and best-feeling tablets we've used.
Superior battery life and a much nicer display
I think the Toshiba Excite 7.7 is probably going to wind up being lost in the shuffle, and that's a shame because it's worthy of attention. Toshiba learned a lot from the Thrive and they're clearly willing to experiment a bit with the technology if the AMOLED display is any indication. That display alone may be worth the price of admission; either way, the Excite 7.7 is at least worth considering.
Don't Buy It! Won't Last!
Initially, the tablet worked great, and all of a sudden the cord started feeling hot after 1 hour of usage. Finally, 4 months after purchase,it died! Won't power up at all! Another piece of junk! I complained to customer service. Once the seller found out, I was blocked from navigating their items. I receive an error message whenever I clicked on an item. They're ignoring my emails. Be smart....spend your money on something else!
Best for the money
Can't believe the prices I see on the internet. You don't have to pay $249 for this tablet. Out of the box it is looking great. Front and rear cameras aren't the best but more than adequate for Skype. It's a little big at 10.1" but that gives you a great movie screen and for Skype of course. Web speeds are about the same as on my laptop. I've been on my email, Facebook, Yahoo, etc. Real easy to figure out all the buttons. Quite intuitive.
I am very pleased with the Coby Kyros Tablet. A little worried the same thing will happen as the first one I purchased( huge black mark appeared on the screen and got bigger everytime I touched the screen, then the hole picture got very blurry and fuzzy then the screan would black out every 30 secs for about 5 secs kind of like a blink and touch senses wouldn't wrk).
Good music and video playback
This tablet is very much worth its price though it has but a few flaws with it. Saying it can replace a cheap laptop is a mild understatement. It can replace even some higher-end tablets which do not offer, for example, a microSD card slot. So for those who are looking for a budget-friendly and amazingly efficient tablet, this is definitely the one for you.
Great Tablet For The Price
First off...for people expecting an Ipad or Galaxy Tab...you're not going to get it for the price. What you will get is a nicely packaged mid-level tablet. It's light weight and smaller size make it great for carrying around. Despite the smaller 7" screen size, it has very good graphics for games, movies and books. The touch screen can be a little quirky in response, but it's functionality doesn't suffer in the least.
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