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Cons: *Can't transfer games from internal storage to SD card.
*Does limit screen brightness to about 80% or 85% under load.
*Even while plugged in, battery will deplete when using the tablet.
*Sound is a bit muffled at a low volume but gets clearer as you turn the sound up.
Other Thoughts: *Even though I can't transfer apps from the internal storage to the SD card, it is still useful for putting music and video on which is what would take up the majority of the space for me anyway so not necessarily a deal breaker.
*It is a bit annoying that at a low volume, it seems to muffle the sound. Again, not a deal breaker as I can plug the tablet into speakers or utilize the Bluetooth to hook up to speakers as well.
*Bluetooth tends to have lag between the screen and what comes out of the speakers. I do not believe that this is the fault of the tablet though, as I've had several Bluetooth devices and all suffer from the same latency. This seems to be more of an issue with the Bluetooth technology more than anything.
*Placement of the headphone jack seems a bit annoying (would prefer it to be in the middle as apposed to on the side where my hand is).
*Even though it does restrict the brightness when playing games and the like, I normally have the brightness down to about 30%-40% to get longer battery life (approx. 4-5hrs of actual gaming time).
*Even though it does have 2GB of memory, about 1.2GB is already used up by the OS and the extra bloat. I did buy this for the "Bloat" as I like the ability to control my TV and my Cable box with this one device. I only wish it would control my Receiver as well. I have not yet had a chance to try the syncing between my cell phone and my tablet.
*Overall I would still recommend this tablet as it has played every game I own so far. Even the ones that have graphics options can be set to high.