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Pros: Performance is good. The touch screen is responsive and battery life is good. WiFi performance is excellent. It has a micro SD slot, HDMI output, micro USB slot. Full featured at this price point.
Cons: Running android 4.2. The back cover is a little creaky/squeaky. There aren't that many cases for this model/brand.
Other Thoughts: Overall, this is hard to beat. I did a ton of research trying to get the best bang for the buck. This is basically a Nexus 7 knock-off and the specs are fairly identical. I don't have a lot of experience with Android so I'm not sure what more current versions have to offer but I'm happy with how 4.2 works. It plays video smoothly, both online and off of an SD card. It has enough power to do illustration work (Artflow), photo editing (Pixlr), write music (Caustic), and more. The screen is bright and responsive. I played with a galaxy tab 7 and some other competing models many times the price and this seemed to keep up just fine. I get a pretty full day of surfing and productivity out of a charge. I'm very pleased with my purchase.READ FULL REVIEW
Other Thoughts: Needed a couple extra SATA power leads in my new build and this worked like a charm.READ FULL REVIEW
Other Thoughts: Got this just to stay away from integrated graphics on my board. Low profile made install in a small Micro ATX tower a non-concern. I guess I got lucky because my cooling fan is very quiet, unlike some users have stated. Looks great with my Samsung SyncMaster 22" via DVI connection. I'm not a gamer so I'll never push it to its limits, I'm sure.READ FULL REVIEW