Tablet Express Allwinner A20 Reviews
Product Type: Tablet Express Tablet PCs / eBook Readers
Description:Brand: Tablet Express / Diagonal Size: 9 in / Wireless Connectivity: Wi-Fi / Clock Speed: 1.5 GHz
Newest Review: ... I really don't understand how anyone can complain. It has a 7 inch screen, plenty big enough, in my opinion. For some extra ... more
Customer Tablet Express Allwinner A20 Reviews (2)
by - written on 07/11/13 (Very useful, 191 readings)
As my children get older, buying them birthday and Christmas presents seems to be getting harder and harder, and I recently looked into buying my eldest a nice e-reader that didn't cost a small fortune. I stumbled across the Allwinner tablet accidentally, but after a little reading of some mixed reviews, I decided to take a risk. I ordered well in advance of her birthday as some reviews warned of broken screens upon delivery, or not being able to connect to WiFi. I paid around the £42 mark for a bright pink tablet. In all fairness, stick this next to a £150 tablet, and it does look cheap, but to give it credit, it does look good, its slim, it is light. I read ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/13, updated on 01/11/13 (Very useful, 145 readings)
I would not normally review an item I owned for such a short time. However, I do feel we have discovered some information which is highly relevant to potential customers, and might save someone else the near disaster we had. Much of this will apply to other tablets with relatively unknown names, so if you are considering a budget tablet the Christmas, please read on. But this tablet is not all bad - if won't be needing wifi - this tablet might be worth considering. I wasn't really planning on buying new tablets for Christmas this year, however when we saw the specs on these, and with a price of only £64.99 each it really sounded too good to be true. Sadly it ... Read the complete review
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