Junk. I didn't know anyone made 0.3 MP cameras. Poor battery life.
Misdescribed by EBuyer as having Bluetooth, which I really needed, in fact, the only reason I'd bought it. It doesn't have Bluetooth.
I sent it back and got an e-mail saying they'd refunded my credit card. I noticed that they didn't mention how much they'd refunded. I rang the card issuer, rather than wait a few weeks for a statement, and they haven't refunded their shipping charges. Someone had thought out the cunning plan of keeping the postage costs and confirming the refunds with a misleading e-mail.
Note to self; in future, anything priced just below the £100 threshold (£99 when I bought it) of Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act 1974 (which requires the card issuer to refund you for defective goods) should ring mental alarm bells.
Kindle fire, or even go the extra mile of the Kindle fire HD, don't go for the Nook, they're less founded and quite new on the market therefore any anomaly's in their production haven't been noticed yet or what their capable of. Be on the safe side go for the Kindle.
i got the Mrs a kindle fire and to begin with i thought it was great, then i noticed there are hardly any apps available. so when i came to by one i got a hp slate 7 works great and all apps in the google play store work on it, also my son has a cnm 7 inch tablet which is good take a look at them before you settle for anything else
Wife and our 2 daughters all have galaxy tab 2 7.0 and they all love them. Fantastic bits of kit. Amazon have tailored the Android OS of Kindle fire to suit themselves which loosely translates into making them some follow on revenue.