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#1 scurvychef

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Posted 12 September 2011 - 11:27 PM

This is somewhat of a rant and I apologize if it is not allowed. I just thought I would warn people from buying one if they were considering it.

I have to admit. It is easier to surf the web than my phone and more convenient than a computer. But the wifi is poor: it won't connect to my 5 GHz connection on home router... only the 2.4. The range on it sucks. the keyboard synaptic s are horrible and it often grabs the wrong letter (sometimes a number even if i am not in number mode?!!) The camera is lame. it is 3mp and located on the from of the device so it is only good for webcaming. Not for photos. Hard drive is SMALL. The processor is slow and cant multitask at all without freezing. Adobe flash player crashes. Angry Birds: forget it. Too crazy of graphics I guess. Can't copy and paste in Gmail (a bug they are working on).

The run down: if you think you are saving money buying this 110 POS, you are wasting 110 dollars. Save your money for something useful. A 6 year old compaq presario can do more than this thing.

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