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Pros: Could easily be used to hold up the short leg of a table or as part of an offshore reef system to support sea life.
When lit the screen could provide enough lighting to allow safe exit of a building at night or during a power failure, providing that the exit takes less than one hour, which is the battery life of this unit.
Alternately it could be used to anger and confuse someone whom you are not fond of,if that is your wish.
Cons: Not suitable for use...any use.
Get used to "unfortunately * has stopped" because you are going to be seeing a heck of a lot of that every time you try to do anything.
Even after updating the firmware this thing doesn't fail to disappoint, which is the only thing it doesn't fail to do.
Other Thoughts: Mine will be the subject of a slow motion film featuring a high speed projectile that will be launched directly at it.
Alternately the "tablet" itself may be launched at high speed in the general direction of the "manufacturer".
I have had nothing but regret with this purchase.
Pros: Small, runs Jelly bean Android, has a card slot.
Cons: Poor battery life, poor implementation of Jelly bean on dated AllWinner SOC low RAM (512mb)
Frequently crashes the simplest app
Other Thoughts: If I had it to do over again I'm not sure I'd go for it, but it should be fun enough until it dies.READ FULL REVIEW
Don't see additional power drain
Cons: Replacing the internal card with this one in the Dell Inspiron Duo means the loss of internal Bluetooth capability.
It's not a "Con" for me, but easily could be for someone else, so please be advised of this when considering this card as an upgrade!
Other Thoughts: I purchased this to replace the anemic Atheros AR5B195 card that shipped with my Dell Inspiron Duo.
I only use Bluetooth when docked in the Audio Station dock, so I have a USB BT dongle plugged in there that has worked fine for my BT mouse.
Performance is outstanding by comparison.