To be fair it's cheap but to be honest it's nasty. I use it to run mapping such as Google maps & Osmand in the car & it struggles to keep up & the screen is just terrible. Somthing of a let down really.
Thanks for your honesty. I am not sure what I would want to use a tablet for but the price of $159 sounds reasonable to get a start on a tablet to see what one can do. I know I would want it for email and a Google-like search engine. The GPS would be good if I didn't need to be connected to the internet on the road. A word processor would be very useful. I don't know what else I would need while traveling on the road.
Redundant successor? Samsung launched an entry-level tablet on the market that did not really convince us in several fields with its Galaxy Tab 3 7.0. Now, 7 months later, we have our hands on the Lite version - is it a sensible diet or simply nip/tuck madness?