The video image quality is very, very good, in my opinion, (color rendition is especially rich and vibrant) and the sound quality is adequate, especially considering the size of the tablet and the size of the speakers (it sounds like a small table radio). The sound volume, in most cases, is adequate to fill a small room. I have not heard any distortion or breakup with the sound level set to maximum.
Excellent product, high quality, low price. The camera has very good resolution, Despite having a single core processor, responds appropriately to all commands.The audio is acceptable, does not have much volume or graphic equalizer. Lenovo web site there are dozens of applications and games totaly free to download. This is a very well made tablet,… Read More »
I originally had the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 2, which is the newer tablet compared to this one. However I found it was a bit too slow, unresponsive, and had that Android lag a bit too much. I had heard good things about this one so returned the GT 2 and bought this instead. I have been very pleased with the product.
Tablet looked great and seemed fine at first until you start using it….Doesnt seem to know what way is up so it flips upside down alot,locked up twice and had to press the reset,the recharging point is very very small and takes forever to charge up fully..Also you really have to press down to get the apps to work and to top it all off the charger broke when one of the out prongs fell out and remained wedged in my outlet on the wall
With the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet, you get access to the full web–not a scaled down mobile version. That means you get all the rich websites, games, and videos, the way they are intended to be enjoyed. The PlayBook offers support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and Adobe Mobile AIR as well as HTML5 and Webkit browser technology.