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Pros: Inexpensive. Better screen quality than tablets in same price range. Easy setup.
Cons: It seems all those tablets come from same manufacturer, they just add/remove features to balance price and it shares same casing and interface. If anyone has problem with charging it - I know I did - it doesnt let charge through USB at all (shame) and yes need push adapter all way in (wonder how long that will hold), and need TURN OFF tablet. Its very shaky about charging when on. Sometimes does, then stops. Set to stop charge when some activity happens I guess.. Why no idea - bad design is a good guess. I had it at 30% when it came, plugged in - said not charging... freaked out, turned off, it started pouring in. Koc$*so one was better in that respect even if died off completely under a week.
Other Thoughts: Also went to kids, already ordered 7" brand name for about 120$ more, no need to guess how that will work out.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: It was rather cheap. Also decent free case. It turns on.
Cons: Almost impossible to plug in power - doesnt go in, have to either force it, or be ready to charge through usb (as I am doing now). Screen resolution leaves much to desire, but 800x480 was stated, wish it looked better. There was rather deep 1/8 inch scratch on glass surface right out of box (either manufacturer was careless when packing or tablet was refurbished in some way). For some reason takes half hour to download 12mb file - even if connected to wifi perfectly. Not worth to ship back for me, gave it to kids to play with.
Other Thoughts: My advise to all is to stay away from generic tablets and go for brand names like Sa%%%ng and M%*&&ft and A^%le.
You get proper support and quality. Or you can dive in and have half cooked product that might spoil your future tablet experience :)
This review is from: GIGABYTE GZ-F5HEB Black SECC Steel / ABS ATX Mid Tower Computer Case
Pros: Inexpensive case of decent brand. Despite thin side panels (like all cheap cases do) front is very solid and rather nice looking for under 30$ case. Power button does not feel like it's going push through (and does on other cases under 30$ range occasionaly).
Cons: Pretty sharp inside due to thin metal construction, watch your hands. Side panels made out of tinfoil grade metal - still does job though. Airflow could be better, but then again, this was never meant to be gaming case in first place.READ FULL REVIEW