I wanted a reasonably priced tablet with a more than reasonable performance, just for messing with - not to replace the desktop or laptop - but mainly to browse and update my Cocktail Audio etc. 100 sovs is a steal as they are 170 on other sites. Not the quickest tablet in the shop, but not the most expensive either. Its certainly not THAT slow. Its like having a massive version of my HTC Desire HD - no surprise as it has the same processor etc.
Admittedly, my wife and I initially bought two tablets and both had screen faults amongst other things (mine had a faint horizontal line that wasn't too bad, but the wife's had a thick pink live vertically down the screen), so both went back. Play's customer service wasn't as good as I has had previously and took a few calls and messing about with deliveries/collections/delivery to get the replacements, but now they're here, they both work fine. The speakers were better on the replacements too - tho still not great (fine with decent headphones) and both tablets seemed quicker - so some people may have also been playing with faulty units.
If you have a bit of IT knowledge (and can use Google!), you should get past most of the obstacles detailed on other reviews. The first tablet took a reset to get it to work, but the 2nd was ok out of the box. Its easy to find better App Stores than Getjar and 90 per cent of the apps I've installed work fine (more than I expected).
I definitely recommend using a different browser as both pre-installed ones aren't the best available (Skyfire seems to crash as soon as you use it). Plenty of e-type readers and free games to go for - all downloaded quickly, installed no problem and even updated within days. Dolphin HD appears to have a 'gesture' function which I wasn't aware of - so drawing a back arrow on the screen makes the browser go 'back', 'G' for Google, 'f' for Facebook etc. Funky.
I loaded a couple of music gig videos on it and they play absolutely fine. Ideal for traveling etc. I won't bother with music as I intend to use alternative devices for that, but I was surprised it played an album recorded in flac.
No problems whatsoever with wireless set-up and email, but I do know what I'm doing with regard to what ports to set etc. The hardest part was remembering the password I set 4 years ago.
I put an 8Gb micro SDHC card in and all was well, so ordered a 32Gb one mainly for video (an average one is around 15 quid). The unit is fairly well equipped port wise, mini USB lead is handy and the whole thing feels well made and nice and slim (for the money). The camera is average and front facing, but I wouldn't use it anyway.
If you have 600 notes to throw at a tablet, or you can't be without a fruity logo then this isn't for you, but at less than a ton, all in all, its great value for money - even if you only play games on it! And browse the web.......and pick up your email........and use it when traveling.......