2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
I purchased this to use as an access point in my basement. It took about 30 minutes of configuration to get it up and running, but I would rather do that instead of buying something that is specifically used for extending a network since this can be repurposed in the future if needed. I feel that the signal could be stronger, but it serves its purpose. The admin page is very easy to use.
2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
This is the best 7" tablet on the market at the moment, bar none. It had its flaws at release, but Google addressed those pretty quickly through software updates. I have had multiple tablets and this one out performs all of them and is the best bang for the buck.
The screen is very crisp and bright. Compared to the 2012 version, the screen is much brighter and much more usable outside. This does mean that the battery will drain faster at full brightness though since the screen is the biggest drain for any electronic device.
This out performs my Nexus 4 phone, but only slightly and it is leaps and bounds ahead of the 2012 version. The… Read more
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
This is my 4th Android tablet and I am far happier with this tablet than others in the past. I have plenty of experience with tablets and I think the flaws of this tablet are very minimal in comparison to what it does well.
+ quad core - super fast
+ amazing screen
+ super fast GPS lock on, even when not on WiFi (6 seconds!)
+ great battery life
+ Amazingly light weight
+ USB hosting
+ Gets frequent updates
+ feels very solid
- no micro SD. Get the 32GB
- no HDMI output
- no rear camera
- not guerrilla glass: prone to cracking if dropped
It has NFC, which has amazing potential, but I… Read more