I purchased one in the states and it's been a great device. It is my first tablet, so I wasn't sure what to expect after the mixed reviews around the web. It performs and does not feel cheap. Occasionally, I will find an app that's not compatible with jellybean, but I still have access to the net, so it's not a problem. The flash issue can be solved using the puffin browser. I rarely take pictures or record video, and this machine is good enough. As long as I can communicate with the world, read, and work on school projects, I'm not fussed. I find the things that people complain about to be strange sometimes. Yeah, it's not an iPad mini. I don't see the point of owning one other than to say I have an iPad mini, and $329+ is quite steep for bragging rights.
Affordable entertainer. HP's seven inch Slate 7 tablet brags to be an able companion for all multimedia situations and is partly available for far below EUR 150 despite this versatility claim. We took the manufacturer at his word and tested the Slate 7's capabilities in our test course.