After unfortunately breaking my Google Nexus 7 I needed a replacement Android Tablet, but didn't have the funds to spend another 200 pounds on a Nexus. So the same evening I had a browse at the budget tablets on offer and stumbled across a few as well as this one.
After reading the reviews which were high rated and said 'this tablet was just a good as the expensive ones', I was sold! Perfect at less than 60 pounds.
The only good experience I had purchasing this tablet was how quickly it arrived in just a couple of days. Very happy with that!
However I learnt very quickly why this product so cheap. I have no idea what tablet you people were reviewing, but it certainly couldn't have been this one?!
First after taking the tablet out of the box I saw their was no Senua logo on the back, which was rather aesthetically disappointing. The product felt very cheap and tacky to hold also.
I was horrified to find the tablet wasn't actually set up to use from the start. No introduction to personalise the system and all accounts had to be manually set up. The language was set to Chinese (where it was made perhaps), and I guess after experiencing the lush quality of the Google Nexus this felt very shoddy in comparison.
The touch screen was unresponsive most of the time, and the middle part of the screen didn't actually respond to touch, so even setting the date and time was a nightmare!
I eventually got my Google apps downloaded along with Facebook and Youtube, but the tablet would crash constantly and overall the function of it was very very poor.
Ultimately I sent the product back and had to wait 2 weeks for a refund!
When it comes to buying technology you simply can not cut corners.
If you are somebody who hasn't used a tablet and are thinking of buying one - Save your money and only buy from trusted and well known brands such as Samsung, Asus, Kindle or best of all Apple.