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Good battery life
Cons: Poor viewing angles
Touchscreen is a little unresponsive
Short wifi range
Options to autocorrect but almost everything comes up as a misspelled word
3.5mm audio jack skips (could be defective?)
Small internal capacity (advertised 4GB, software tells me I have 1GB/1.9GB free)
Other Thoughts: The con list may look a little long but it's still a nice tablet for the price. Comes with very little software pre-installed - this could be a plus or a minus depending on who you are. I didn't like the fact that it didn't come preloaded with Google Talk, and the stock APK didn't install properly (ended up using a third party app that works just fine). Didn't seem to include a stock dictionary or anything like that either, which makes the autocorrect feature kind of pointless, though most contractions are there at least.
Wifi range seems very short; I can't get a signal from my kitchen (about 20 feet away, but through two walls). This doesn't affect me because I use it mostly relaxing in bed and the wireless router is in the same room, but it could affect you.
When trying to listen to music on external speakers or headphones, the audio skips for a split second about every 30 seconds or so. Not sure if it's a defective jack or if it's the unit causing it from something else.
All in all, it's a nice little thing for the price. It's a little awkward to try to type on held horizontally, but if I hold it vertically it's just the right size to type on with my thumbs. I bought it primarily to use it for chatting on IM's and IRC and it fulfills that function nicely. I'm happy with my purchase, though the little things lose it one egg.