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It's pretty much the same for all of the devices I assume...they are very cheap, are able to perform light internet surfing, you can watch movies and listen to music on the device (aPad or better), and pretty easy to use once setup properly. The downside is that if you purchase your device from China your "warranty" service ends up being incredibly expensive due to shipping charges, it's highly unlikely that the firmware will ever be updated by the company that made the device, you run the risk of getting a fake since every sweatshop in HK makes these things now, they do not have the build quality that Japanese/American devices have as proven by the AC adapters included with the Eken M001s, the battery life on these Chinese tablets is pathetic, and so on and so forth.For the most part it's going to be a crapshoot, but if you can afford it then I would say take the chance...might end up with a decent product.
 

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Deaimian;10585 said:
Hey was jus wandering what the "Pros and Cons" are for the aPad? What do you looooooove about it ? and what do you think is lacking or missing on it?
Pro: It's cheap, web surfing is pretty good with skyfire. Touch screen is fairly responsive. Handles video pretty well, although not all DIVX works for some reason. Just a neat little toy which is perfect for the daily commute.Cons: Battery is good for 4-5hrs continuous, so not great for long trips. Could be a little faster. The wi-fi seems a little weak.
 
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