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30 reviews for Lectrus Android Tablet 10 inch, Android 10.0, 2GB+32GB, Quad-Core Tablets 10.1″, Google GMS Certified, IPS HD Display, Dual Camera & Speaker, WiFi, FM, Bluetooth, USB Type C, 6000mAh, Black

  1. You can call me Mike

    I have had none of the crashing issues others have described. I run chrome, location services on, slingbox, netflix, kindle, some office stuff, radio programs, pandora, the NFL app. Nothing has any problems. I like that this is a full android platform with access to all the Play Store stuff my other platform locked me out of. It runs fast and switches easily between apps. It doesn’t really take longer to charge than my other tablet, although both take a while. Since I plug it in overnight, so this isn’t a problem. I heartily recommend this tablet.Edit April 2015: I am more and more dissatisfied with this tablet. The charger can’t keep up with the battery use so I can’t use it for long periods. Even with no use and shut down, a fully charged battery discharges if I leave it off the charger for a day and a night. It has always deleted the mail on my server even though I have always set that mail option to “No”. It automatically shuts down when I leave it long on the charger. So, it’s basically never available for me to just pick up and use. It always has to restart and then apply all the updates since it last ran. It’s nice once it’s up and running but annoying when it’s not.Edit 2 December 2016: I’ve given up on this and bought something else. The last time I used it, it was on the charger for a few days, and I used it unplugged for 9 minutes before getting the message that battery was down to 1%. At least it didn’t shut off immediately and plugging it in allowed me to continue browsing a few minutes. But 9 minutes?? No way. That makes this tablet completely unusable. I won’t buy another Google device.Edit July 2016: I’m actively looking for a replacement. It discharges and shuts down after a couple hours of reading a downloaded ebook.

  2. You can call me Mike

    I have had none of the crashing issues others have described. I run chrome, location services on, slingbox, netflix, kindle, some office stuff, radio programs, pandora, the NFL app. Nothing has any problems. I like that this is a full android platform with access to all the Play Store stuff my other platform locked me out of. It runs fast and switches easily between apps. It doesn’t really take longer to charge than my other tablet, although both take a while. Since I plug it in overnight, so this isn’t a problem. I heartily recommend this tablet.Edit April 2015: I am more and more dissatisfied with this tablet. The charger can’t keep up with the battery use so I can’t use it for long periods. Even with no use and shut down, a fully charged battery discharges if I leave it off the charger for a day and a night. It has always deleted the mail on my server even though I have always set that mail option to “No”. It automatically shuts down when I leave it long on the charger. So, it’s basically never available for me to just pick up and use. It always has to restart and then apply all the updates since it last ran. It’s nice once it’s up and running but annoying when it’s not.Edit 2 December 2016: I’ve given up on this and bought something else. The last time I used it, it was on the charger for a few days, and I used it unplugged for 9 minutes before getting the message that battery was down to 1%. At least it didn’t shut off immediately and plugging it in allowed me to continue browsing a few minutes. But 9 minutes?? No way. That makes this tablet completely unusable. I won’t buy another Google device.Edit July 2016: I’m actively looking for a replacement. It discharges and shuts down after a couple hours of reading a downloaded ebook.

  3. Arlo Leach

    I bought this to use alongside the iPad 3 I’ve had for a while, so here’s a quick comparison of those two products:- Performance of the Nexus seems good, perhaps the best available on the Android platform based on the comparison shopping I did. However, scrolling is frequently choppy, so the iPad performance seems better.- The look and feel of the Nexus is quite nice. I love the grippy, rubberized material and the rounded shape. It makes the iPad look “square,” literally and figuratively. But when I actually use the devices, I much prefer the 4:3 aspect ratio of the iPad screen. It’s more practical for reading books, reading email or browsing the web and only slightly narrower for wide-screen movies.- The forward-facing speakers on the Nexus are a great idea, but they don’t actually sound that good to me — too tinny. The iPad speaker gives a fuller sound.- The iPad requires an iTunes account for some features, but the Nexus apparently requires a Google account just to turn the device on. I haven’t researched this and there might be a way to disconnect — I don’t like essentially being “logged in” to Google for everything I do.Bottom line, if you want an Android tablet, I think this is an excellent choice, but if you’re open to either platform, I’d recommend an iPad.

  4. Arlo Leach

    I bought this to use alongside the iPad 3 I’ve had for a while, so here’s a quick comparison of those two products:- Performance of the Nexus seems good, perhaps the best available on the Android platform based on the comparison shopping I did. However, scrolling is frequently choppy, so the iPad performance seems better.- The look and feel of the Nexus is quite nice. I love the grippy, rubberized material and the rounded shape. It makes the iPad look “square,” literally and figuratively. But when I actually use the devices, I much prefer the 4:3 aspect ratio of the iPad screen. It’s more practical for reading books, reading email or browsing the web and only slightly narrower for wide-screen movies.- The forward-facing speakers on the Nexus are a great idea, but they don’t actually sound that good to me — too tinny. The iPad speaker gives a fuller sound.- The iPad requires an iTunes account for some features, but the Nexus apparently requires a Google account just to turn the device on. I haven’t researched this and there might be a way to disconnect — I don’t like essentially being “logged in” to Google for everything I do.Bottom line, if you want an Android tablet, I think this is an excellent choice, but if you’re open to either platform, I’d recommend an iPad.

  5. JoeTAZ

    I ordered a Nexus 10 to replace a three year old iPad 2 that I thought was dead (turned out it wasn’t). I have a Samsung S3 phone and Chrome is my default browser on my Windows desktop so it made sense to use an Android tablet.Like anything, there are pro’s and con’s:Pro’sIt was easy to set up. As soon as I signed into my gmail account it automatically synced with my other devices and it copied over my bookmarks. Nice!The screen resolution is amazing. Much better than my iPad.For me at least, it’s easier to use than the iPad but I find the iPad to be frustrating at times especially when it comes to file management.I was able to print! Doesn’t sound like a big deal does it? Well, I have an older Canon printer and as hard as I tried I never could find an app that would allow me to print from the iPad to the Canon. I’d have to send myself an email and then open the email on my desktop and print from there. Not a big deal, but come on! I blame Apple’s arrogance for that one.Con’sI find it much easier to read the iPad. The Nexus always (ok, almost always) has a black bar on the top and bottom of the screen so it’s smaller than it should be.My desktop (Win 7) Chrome has a favorites bar and a home button. Not on the Nexus. I could live with that but the bookmarking on the Nexus is cumbersome. Like I said, my desktop bookmarks were copied over but there’s now a series of bookmark folders that I have to navigate through to find what I want. If I change the layout of the bookmarks on the Nexus they get changed on my desktop.Apps, mostly games, for Android haven’t caught up to the iPad. Yes, there are some fine games out there but most of the free games that I found were re-sized versions of the phone game. Why have that terrific resolution if you’re not going to use it?The Nexus seemed sluggish compared to the iPad but I thought maybe it was just me. After I got the iPad up and running again I did multiple speed tests on both devices. The iPad was 15-20% faster every time I tested it.My biggest con is the battery and maybe it’s just mine. It takes forever to fully charge this thing. It really is an overnight process. It also drains faster than my iPad. Another thing you’ll notice is that if you use it while you’re charging it, the charge can’t keep up with you. And I’m not talking about streaming video, I had this problem playing solitaire.The final straw for me was the battery. I had the unit in standby for 24 hours after a full charge. It was completely dead when I went to use it again. This may be a problem with the Nexus I received but that on top of the other negatives resulted in me returning the tablet. I’d still like an Android tablet and I’ll keep searching. But, this isn’t the one.

  6. JoeTAZ

    I ordered a Nexus 10 to replace a three year old iPad 2 that I thought was dead (turned out it wasn’t). I have a Samsung S3 phone and Chrome is my default browser on my Windows desktop so it made sense to use an Android tablet.Like anything, there are pro’s and con’s:Pro’sIt was easy to set up. As soon as I signed into my gmail account it automatically synced with my other devices and it copied over my bookmarks. Nice!The screen resolution is amazing. Much better than my iPad.For me at least, it’s easier to use than the iPad but I find the iPad to be frustrating at times especially when it comes to file management.I was able to print! Doesn’t sound like a big deal does it? Well, I have an older Canon printer and as hard as I tried I never could find an app that would allow me to print from the iPad to the Canon. I’d have to send myself an email and then open the email on my desktop and print from there. Not a big deal, but come on! I blame Apple’s arrogance for that one.Con’sI find it much easier to read the iPad. The Nexus always (ok, almost always) has a black bar on the top and bottom of the screen so it’s smaller than it should be.My desktop (Win 7) Chrome has a favorites bar and a home button. Not on the Nexus. I could live with that but the bookmarking on the Nexus is cumbersome. Like I said, my desktop bookmarks were copied over but there’s now a series of bookmark folders that I have to navigate through to find what I want. If I change the layout of the bookmarks on the Nexus they get changed on my desktop.Apps, mostly games, for Android haven’t caught up to the iPad. Yes, there are some fine games out there but most of the free games that I found were re-sized versions of the phone game. Why have that terrific resolution if you’re not going to use it?The Nexus seemed sluggish compared to the iPad but I thought maybe it was just me. After I got the iPad up and running again I did multiple speed tests on both devices. The iPad was 15-20% faster every time I tested it.My biggest con is the battery and maybe it’s just mine. It takes forever to fully charge this thing. It really is an overnight process. It also drains faster than my iPad. Another thing you’ll notice is that if you use it while you’re charging it, the charge can’t keep up with you. And I’m not talking about streaming video, I had this problem playing solitaire.The final straw for me was the battery. I had the unit in standby for 24 hours after a full charge. It was completely dead when I went to use it again. This may be a problem with the Nexus I received but that on top of the other negatives resulted in me returning the tablet. I’d still like an Android tablet and I’ll keep searching. But, this isn’t the one.

  7. Pamela T.

    Twice now I have ordered a BRAND NEW Google Nexus 10 and gotten one that has been opened (the security tpe that signifies that the product is new and that says “Do not accept this product if this is broken” has been cut, and the second time, they had even put a white sticker over that label and the sticker was ALSO cut). I called Amazon’s customer support, and I was told the second time that Amazon probably cuts them open to check that everything is in the box. That’s ridiculous. I’ve never heard of a retailer opening brand new items to make sure the unopened box has verything in it. I personally think that this is just a line of bull (I’ve bought a lot of electronics from Amazon that arrived unopened), but I was told that there is no way to find out whether sellers are just selling opened products as new or Amazon is cutting them open for some stupid reason. So, long story short, this is probably a wonderful device (I’m going to go buy one directly from Google – I’l pay a bit more, but it will be NEW and UNOPENED), but don’t buy it form Amazon. Their customer service is either totally wrong (and the sellers are responcible) or they are total idiots on this one (because opening the box an expensive electronic device comes in automatically reduces the worth/resale value of the item, and, in some cases, could void the warranty). Either way, save yourself a headache and buy an UNOPENED one from a reputable seller. LFMF

  8. Pamela T.

    Twice now I have ordered a BRAND NEW Google Nexus 10 and gotten one that has been opened (the security tpe that signifies that the product is new and that says “Do not accept this product if this is broken” has been cut, and the second time, they had even put a white sticker over that label and the sticker was ALSO cut). I called Amazon’s customer support, and I was told the second time that Amazon probably cuts them open to check that everything is in the box. That’s ridiculous. I’ve never heard of a retailer opening brand new items to make sure the unopened box has verything in it. I personally think that this is just a line of bull (I’ve bought a lot of electronics from Amazon that arrived unopened), but I was told that there is no way to find out whether sellers are just selling opened products as new or Amazon is cutting them open for some stupid reason. So, long story short, this is probably a wonderful device (I’m going to go buy one directly from Google – I’l pay a bit more, but it will be NEW and UNOPENED), but don’t buy it form Amazon. Their customer service is either totally wrong (and the sellers are responcible) or they are total idiots on this one (because opening the box an expensive electronic device comes in automatically reduces the worth/resale value of the item, and, in some cases, could void the warranty). Either way, save yourself a headache and buy an UNOPENED one from a reputable seller. LFMF

  9. Old McFrugal

    This is my first tablet pc. I see that the price has gone up quite a bit since I bought it. I find the tablet very useful when I want to quickly check something because it is so much faster than waiting for my laptop to boot up, something I do several times per day. Several Android updates have already arrived, one of which caused my extensive bookmarks pages to disappear which had me frustrated until I found a Nexus-users blog where others had the same experience and explained that the Sync function needed to be turned on. Once I did that the bookmarks reappeared, the other updated functions are working fine too. The battery life seems to be shorter than advertised, I use the tablet mainly for financial reports and other reading material which don’t include audio, and I don’t watch movies, yet the battery is down near the empty level after about 3 hours. So I simply keep it charging a couple of times per day which is no problem. The camera optics are really good and I take a lot of pictures with it, I bought a $10 case and attached an old camera strap so I can hang it on my shoulder when walking around sites I want to photograph on trips. The only problem is that it won’t let me email data-intensive things like videos as the files are large. This tablet has higher screen resolution than most others which makes for very nice graphics on the screen. It’s a 5 star unit.

  10. Old McFrugal

    This is my first tablet pc. I see that the price has gone up quite a bit since I bought it. I find the tablet very useful when I want to quickly check something because it is so much faster than waiting for my laptop to boot up, something I do several times per day. Several Android updates have already arrived, one of which caused my extensive bookmarks pages to disappear which had me frustrated until I found a Nexus-users blog where others had the same experience and explained that the Sync function needed to be turned on. Once I did that the bookmarks reappeared, the other updated functions are working fine too. The battery life seems to be shorter than advertised, I use the tablet mainly for financial reports and other reading material which don’t include audio, and I don’t watch movies, yet the battery is down near the empty level after about 3 hours. So I simply keep it charging a couple of times per day which is no problem. The camera optics are really good and I take a lot of pictures with it, I bought a $10 case and attached an old camera strap so I can hang it on my shoulder when walking around sites I want to photograph on trips. The only problem is that it won’t let me email data-intensive things like videos as the files are large. This tablet has higher screen resolution than most others which makes for very nice graphics on the screen. It’s a 5 star unit.

  11. RicheTheBuddha

    As of this writing (September 2017) It’s my understanding this tablet has been on the market for around five years. I got mine refurbished for under $150.It’s a fine tablet, but keep in mind you are going to be spending hours and hours and HOURS doing all the Android updates. Apparently, You can only update from one release of Android to the next, and five freaking years of updates sure do add up.It has to be done, though, if you want to run all the popular apps like Hulu.All that said, for the low price I paid there was nothing wrong that merited knocking off a star.

  12. RicheTheBuddha

    As of this writing (September 2017) It’s my understanding this tablet has been on the market for around five years. I got mine refurbished for under $150.It’s a fine tablet, but keep in mind you are going to be spending hours and hours and HOURS doing all the Android updates. Apparently, You can only update from one release of Android to the next, and five freaking years of updates sure do add up.It has to be done, though, if you want to run all the popular apps like Hulu.All that said, for the low price I paid there was nothing wrong that merited knocking off a star.

  13. B. Young

    Coming from a Pixelbook, even after just 1 day of using the Pixelbook Go, I am finding that I prefer so many things about it, particularly the excellent keyboard, speakers, and battery life. The trackpad is also very good. The screen seems very good to me with plenty of brightness and good resolution for internet browsing, documents, photos, spreadsheets, and the like. I like that the Go is a bit smaller and lighter than the Pixelbook. It feels very solid to me, more so than the Pixelbook. It’s a keeper for me. I have the cheapest version with the M3 processor and it seems perfectly fine for general use. I haven’t run into any slowdowns yet, but I also don’t do any gaming or video editing, just general internet use.

  14. Knightman

    Let’s be honest, a laptop is a laptop, at the end of the day not much to them except screen, looks and how it all is put together. I have a windows pc for gaming, but when I want an easy to use all arounder I love using chromebooks. I have a pixel slate but wanted a regular laptop for school work to take with me anywhere I am going to go. Rather than go over another typical laptop review I mean there is really nothing I can add except tell you why I choose it over the competition.What I want in a laptop: looks, good battery life, good keyboard, nice display, thin/light, reliable, good price and decent performance.The go versus:Asus 425/433/434: these are probably the biggest competition in price, looks and performance, The issue with the 434 is the lack of reliability with numerous reports for users. At 3.2 lbs it is kinda heavy, and the 433 has a cheap keyboard deckHp/Dell 14 inch: I put these both together because they are similar and they both are very heavy approaching closer to 4 lbs. To give you an idea my 15.6 gaming laptop weighs 4.8 lbs. The dell is not very attractive to me and more bland. The HP is attractive but still heavy, not a bad choice, but not the best option IMO.Acer Spin 13: very premium, but more of an industrial design, also heavy, great performance though. UHD display.Pixelbook: probably the best alternative, and checks a lot of boxes but I find the large bezels very dated. Still expensive if you want to buy it new.Samsung plus V2: another good alternative with a metal lid. Under 3 lbs and not bad looking. The bottom portion is plastic and it does feel like it. Plain 1080p panel.The pixelbook go has a good 1080p panel which you don’t find often in chromebooks unfortunately. Outside of the pixelbook the go is the only other one under 2.5 lbs. It is also thin. Slim side bezels. Great speakers and keyboard. The go checks all my boxes for a laptop perfect for this my masters program.When I first heard the go announced I was upset in the pricing, but then I compared it to the competition. At regular price almost all the competition sells at $599. The base pixelbook go that I bought is $649. The go is $50 dollars more but compared to the rivals it has a leg up on build quality and looks with many of them. Now most of the other laptops I mention they have been on sale for significantly lower than msrp so you might want to consider that. There also is no fold-able display like many of the others, which for me has less meaning for the way I use the device.What google did was refine the basic laptop and wrapped it in a pretty bow, which is the same thing that surface laptop, macbook air have done.

  15. Justin

    Brilliant laptop! The build quality is top notch and everything from the keyboard and track pad to the full HD screen is a very pleasant and premium experience. I got the base model and I think for most people that’s all you need unless you need more storage. Chrome OS is lightweight already, so the laptop has absolutely zero performance issues with it’s configuration. The battery is stellar, I’m getting nearly 12 hours before having to charge, and it has fast-charging capabilities when you do have to. The only limitations are Chrome OS, which isn’t a problem for me since I’m only using things like google docs and sheets for school. If you need programs for heavy photo or video editing or if you’re planning to play anything more intense than an android game than this laptop isn’t for you. But if you need a beautiful, fast and simple OS that allows you to answer emails, write a few documents and watch some Netflix with ease than look no further than this machine.

  16. Tyrone

    Performance = 9 / 10 – fast Snapdragon cpu but only only 6gb ramDisplay = 8.7 / 10 – 120ghz is great but screen is washed compared to s10/s20Batttery = 8.8 / 10 – all day batteryDesign = 8.7 / 10 – flat screen but bezels could be smallerCamera = 9 /10 – great main cameras – selfie camera is MEH and pics can be blurry on moving objectsFeatures = 9/10 – three years of software updates..5g…a lot of color options .. ip68 .. wireless charging .. dex

  17. Jake

    When I purchased this it was listed as 8gb of ram but the model I received is 6gb. That makes me feel lured into something I wasn’t expecting.The phone is a solid overall phone with premium performance for the price due to sacrificing the build quality by making the back plastic and the screen gorilla glass 3 instead of 6.Doesn’t matter to me as I wanted an unused device (battery) with a top notch processor for the smallest price point.I’m still slightly upset about not getting 8gb as was listed when I purchased which is why I didn’t rate 5/5.

  18. Jacob E

    Coming from a pixel 2 I expected more.Front camera is slow and very blurry in low-lightvibration intensity is pathetic, I keep missing calls.it’s obnoxiously largefingerprint scanner is inconsistent at best, even without any screen protection (if anyone had one in stock)Samsung’s version of android is garbage, I actually downgraded from Android 11 to 10battery life is better than my ancient phone.wifi6 is fast, about 300Mbps testedWifi6 Stats:Channel 40 (11ax)Signal 94% (-53 dBm)Rx Rate 960 MbpsTx Rate 648 MbpsPower Save Enabled5G is decent (LTE+ indicated at 100Mbps down, 4Mbps up, AT&T in Raleigh, NC)If you you like Samsung’s spin on android and large screens this is a great phone for you.

  19. Ronald Goldstein

    Tablet arrived very timely. It was simple to unbox and setup took 5 minutes. All my apps auto downloaded through Google and ran seamlessly.This product is used for zoom art classes. The screen clarity was very good. It seemed to run/work faster than the previous tablet which was 2 years old..So far, it seems like a good product..

  20. Richardson T

    I got 2 of these for my nephews as a gift for A/B honor roll . They were excited to graduate from a kids kindleThe tablet is overall a very good tablet , with that being said if you need something that’s going to last you 6+ hours this is not itIt charges from 0% to 100% in about 5 hours , very slow chargingIt last about 5-6 hours playing or streaming nonstop ..But for kids who need limited screen time it’s a good overall tablet .

  21. Ronny Acosta

    Your browser does not support HTML5 video.  I bought this tablet for work rather than using a more expensive, name brand one. However, this seems to be blowing that one out of the water. I’m used to working with Android tablets, which this does mention in the description that it’s an Android and I seem to like this one a lot better. Not only does it work a lot faster than my other one or other ones I’ve owned in the past but when it comes to doing anything work related, its a lot more efficient. I was able to upload pictures and books that I need daily on to it without having to fight through issues of getting them to load like my last one. With the pictures, I’m able to save and draw on them with no problems. I use an old stylus on this tablet which seems to be a lot more legible when compared with my other one. The camera on this allows me to take pictures and even do video conference calls. I ordered a generic screen protector and case that I’m hoping fits this but other than those things, this tablet really does blow the name brands out of the water. For what I need it for and how I use it, this tablet works so much better. When it comes to the battery life, I can use this for hours and still have a good amount of battery life. Before, it seemed like I was having to keep my other tablets constantly plugged in or carry a power bank with me at all times. With this one, none of that. After my day is over, I will put it on the charger and by the next day, fully charged and ready to use it.The picture quality of pictures comes out similar to my phone which are really good, the sound quality of the speakers is better than my phone and can get too loud if turned up all of the way, wifi connects easily as long as I remember the passwords but those can be saved with this tablet, and even with all the crap that I have on this, I still have memory left. This even allows me to insert a memory card if I want to add extra memory or upload or download things. I’m easily able to connect bluetooth devices when I need to, mainly my earbuds for meetings or for videos. Overall, this tablet has really been my go to when it comes for anything. Outside of work, I have found myself using this to watch movies or even listening to music while I’m working on it or if it’s nearby. For the cost, I am so surprised about the quality of it. Definitely a great buy.

  22. Chris C

    Bought this inexpensive Android tablet to use around the house to use as an extra screen for streaming or playing games downloaded from the Google Play store. Social media, email and the like. It has been perfect for this use. Streaming apps play great, screen looks clear and good, wi-fi connection seems strong and stable even far away from my router at the other end of the house.It responds and loads apps quickly when I use my hand or the stylus. The included Bluetooth keyboard has been great for using the Facebook messenger app with, i prefer it so much compared to using the touch keyboard on my phone. I also like that it came with a case that allows it to stand up on a desk or table. This tablet would positively cost more if it were one of the brand names, and its better than those in a way, because it doesn’t have all of the bloated, unwanted apps that usually come pre-installed on a Samsung or other brand name tablet.Battery life seems great initially. It was even mostly charged right out of the box. The size is good, just right for me to use while sitting up in bed or throw into my backpack. Mainly, I am happy to have solved my problem of wanting a bigger, more convenient screen to use around the house for the apps I have on my phone without spending hundreds more than I did on the LNMBBS to get a brand name device, and one of those wouldn’t have come with all of the accessories this tablet did. I would definitely buy this tablet again.

  23. Mad Dog

    Was looking for a laptop for my wife. She is in a wheelchair and most laptops are too large. I saw this on Amazon and thought looked like the right size with options. When it came in my wife liked it but wasn’t sure. the learning curve on the unit was similar to a cell phone. After 2 days she was good enough on the tablet to use it for video conference with her doctor. It looked very well made and ran straight out of box. She liked the screen pen and the keyboard. That was great. However the mouse had a problem and couldn’t even get it to work on my computer. Wam Bam customer service was on the job and offered to send me a replacement mouse if I needed one. This is one great tablet and is well made. May even get one for me.

  24. BarbieLee

    I needed an affordable tablet To keep my niece and nephew occupied while they come to visit on weekends. Children’s Games, YouTube, that sort of stuff. I didn’t need anything Extravagant or with a high price tag since it will be getting a lot of abuse by the little ones.. . I shopped around for quite a while.. and finally decided to go with this tablet because, it was the best price for 10 inch screen I could find.Upon unboxing,( beautifully packaged by the way) I was pleasantly surprised! The tablet itself has a solid, look and feel to it, it is very well made!Also, very happy with the play Store options, many great apps to download..It’s also really snappy while using the web, Very fast and efficient, it’s faster thank my new iPhone.. it also plays YouTube just fine, no lagging experienced whatsoever..The picture quality, well that’s was I am mostly impressed with! It’s crisp, clear vivid and beautiful! I have not experienced any issues with battery life, I’m actually pretty impressed with it in fact.one good charge lasts me a whole 3 days!I am Very happy it came with its own screen protectors as well. Touch responses are impressive, better than any other tablet that I’ve owned.This tablet surprisingly, totally surpassed my expectations! Highly recommended!

  25. Diego S.

    I’ve had plenty of tablets before, including the Amazon Fire 10, but of all the tablets ive had this one blows every single one out of the water.It has a very luxury feel and look to it, particularly the back of the tablet with a shiny gunmetal look to it. They type C connector makes it pretty future proof as a lot of cheaper tablets come with micro usbs now, which means you dont have to lug around different charging cables. Its quite snappy, plenty of RAM for power users like me and even more storage which makes it limitless with an SD card slot. I tested my 512gb card and it works flawlessly. The dual sim card function works really good too, so if you have an additional card or want to use this tablet as you go abroad, its a good replacement for a laptop or even a basic desk pc. Probably the best part about this tablet is the Android 10 os, which if you already have an Android phone like me, its a breeze to navigate and organize. My biggest gripe with the Amazon tablets is its propiatery OS and AD filled menu, it just gets old really fast.All the accessories that come with it, with the specs, size and price of it, nothing comes even close. The keyboard is super lightweight and has enough functionality for on the go. The mouse is also a nice addition, so you can really use this tablet as a laptop on the go. The case adds a bit of protection and lets you adjust it to stand it up on your desk or lap. It also comes with a few accessories and dongles to let you use any other type A USBs you might have. All things considered, this is one of the best bang for your buck tablets ive had in a LONG time.

  26. kamani

    I had another tablet that I was using at the gym to watch movies while I worked out on the elliptical machine, the screen was small and it was slow, this is a definite upgrade, better screen quality, battery life and faster, able to use it when I don’t feel like using the laptop. Way quicker than I thought it was gonna be, feels solid in the hand, well worth the price!

  27. Ann

    Perfect size tablet for entire family. Especially my 3 years old kid loves it, compact and easy to hold. Screen clarity is good to watch videos and play games.Tablet looks made of great quality material, happy with the purchase.

  28. Bronze247

    Everything about this tablet is good if you’re interested in the bare minimum, it does everything that is expected.The only downside for me is the input lag, as I need a larger screen than my phone to draw on I bought this tablet without thinking about the most important thing for anyone who draws, input lag.Input lag is the time from you touching the screen to the time it responds, and it’s painfully slow on this tablet.It takes around a second or sometimes multiple inputs to register.It’s a shame because I really like everything else about it.

  29. Ian

    I really wanted to like this tablet, but it is just too slow and buggy. The face recognition rarely works. It is very slow to unlock or switch between apps. It feels as slow as my almost 10 year old Google Nexus 7 tablet at times. Also, it does not have a GPS built in. All of these factors make it useless for the intended purpose, to control an astronomical telescope.

  30. JuanPablo Jofre

    It has a great look, and that’s where everything great ends.I use this tablet for reading books (kindle app) and to watch movies (netflix, amazon prime, Disney +, movies anywhere, vudu).Loading any of the apps it’s painful.To unlock the screen I have to separate the digits with Mississippies… if not, it wont take the digit.Watching movies works OK, for as long you don’t stop the presentation; stopping the movie and restarting it takes some extra time.However, the worst comes from trying to read books in kindle; everything is really slow, changing a page 1 Mississippi, highlighting text 2 or 3 Mississippies, looking for a word definition in the dictionary… well why would you do that.I would NOT recommend this tablet to anyone under any circumstance.

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