Very nice basic tablet for an excellent price.
SCREEN: sharp, bright 1280x800 IPS screen, looks good at any angle (much better than a 1024x600 screen you'd see on a 7" tablet). Excellent picture, especially when watching 1080p video.
CPU: MediaTek (best in the business) 1.3Ghz Quad Core Processor.
SPEED: Decent enough for everyday tasks. I'm not a gamer, so haven't tested it with any graphics-intensive games, but for getting around the android system, speed seems fine.
BATTERY: Excellent. Lasts a long time, especially when compared to other inexpensive tablets. Has a 4500ma battery.
WEIGHT: Heavier than a smaller 7" tablet, for sure, though not terribly bad (probably it's the bigger, better battery that adds the weight. Worth it, in my book).
SUPPORT: pretty much zero. The manufacturer's webpage is completely blank under "support", and today (Monday) no one answered their toll-free number. Don't expect any support, in other words.
SPEAKER: In the back, not HiFi, but louder than I would've thought, and certainly good enough for me.
MIC: Built-in. Didn't do any video chats yet, but did do a quick Voice Recorder test. Sound was soft on playback, but you could make it out, and maybe it was just my volume settings. Some low-end tablets actually don't even have a built-in mic.
ANDROID: 7.0 Nougat (a nice, new version of Android)
WIFI: Works good!
MEMORY: 8GB unfortunately, leaving about 5GB for the user. That's very little, I know, though you can put an SD card in to increase it. Note that on Android Nougat you can decide whether you want that SD card to be treated as "portable" memory (more for stuff like video files) or additional "Internal" memory, but if you choose Internal, you can't drag-and-drop files from, say, a windows machine to the additional SD card memory directly on this unit, you'll have to first put it to the unit's built-in 5GB available memory, then transfer it over. A bit of a hassle, but if you want to use a lot of APPS, that's probably the way to go. If you just want it for things like photos and video files, definitely do it as PORTABLE memory, as doing it that way, you can drag-and-drop files from other machines directly to the SD card. The back of the box says 32GB max SD card, but I may try putting in a 64GB card to see if it will take it anyway (for either "portable" or "internal" memory. Sometimes it works).
The main downsides are the smaller 8GB size and the almost zero lack of support from the company (the included PDF Owners Manual is short and has terrible English). But if you're okay with that, this is actually a really nice basic machine! Please note that it's not going to beat a top-of-the-line model, but the screen looks great (esp when watching 1080p video), it has a very decent 4500ma battery, and the speed is at least or better what you'd expect from a unit a lower-end unit). I'm happy with it.