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Pros: - Very light weight
- Vibrant color display
- High display resolution
- Good wireless speed
- Great color case selection
Cons: - 16GB internal memory is small especially when using lots of widgets
- Freezes when memory is tight
- Moving some apps to ext SD card prevents display of associated widget
- Requires apps to manage limited memory.
Other Thoughts: Some of the bloatware is good. Check out Papergarden. Without doubt, the best tablet to date date.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Do not purchase this if you have a Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note II and do not plan on physically hacking your phone.
Cons: This receiver is incompatible with the Verizon Samsung Galaxy Note II. The phone does not have the pins visible for this receiver to interface with. Unfortunately, Verizon did not enable wireless charging for the Note II and the user will have to make modifications to the phone.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Cannot judge product fairly.
Cons: Wireless charging for the Verizon version of the Samsung Galaxy Note II is disabled and therefore this receiver is unable to function properly with the phone. There are hacks available on YouTube, but if you are like me, I have serious problems soldering on a $600 phone. Unfortunately I cannot return the receiver or the charging pads for a refund.READ FULL REVIEW