I got this tablet during the cyber Monday sale and only paid $90 for it. For that price you simply won't find a better tablet
With that said, the tablet has a couple issues
The biggest problem is that the internal memory is tiny. If all you do is use smaller apps it won't matter, but if you want to use large apps like large games on your tablet you will quickly run out of room. Buying extra memory with an SD card doesn't help because android lollipop is weird about which apps can be moved to the card and which can't. Out of maybe 10 apps I've downloaded from the play store, only Netflix could be moved.
Another is the WiFi. There seems to be some confusion over the way the WiFi works on the tablet. It will disconnect when NOT in use, and many people, including myself at first, think this means the wifi adapter is faulty. Instead it's just an annoying pop up that will occur while using the tablet for anything Internet related. It seems most apparent when switching between browser tabs and apps. The connection will close because no apps are using the WiFi, and then when you switch to an app that does use it, you get a little toast message saying the tablet has reconnected. This has NEVER interrupted anything I've used the tablet for, including Netflix and YouTube streaming. It just gets old seeing the message. Again, I've never had it lose connection while something was loading or streaming
The other most noticeable issue for me is that it can be slow with certain things. I am typing this review using the tablet and it's noticeably lagging when taking my input while typing in Chrome. I don't have this issue when using dedicated apps or mobile versions for websites I use, only when using the "full" versions of websites. It's also not as snappy with the UI as it could be. For that you'd need much better and more expensive hardware
And the last thing I want to criticize is a small issue I've noticed when watching Netflix. This might just be an Android or Netflix caused issue and not the tablet's fault, but the playback will sometimes cut back a few frames when watching video and it can be jarring
With all the negatives out if the way, I have to say this little tablet is just awesome even with its flaws. The screen is gorgeous, android is fun to play with, and it just feels well made in general. You can make the UI look great with some custom icons and wallpapers along with a different Launcher. If the price drops below $100 again, I'd highly recommend this tablet to anyone who wants an Android tablet for anything other than gaming (yes we exist). It's great for browsing the web, streaming, reading news or books, and any other "light" use. It won't beat a tablet that costs $300 but did you really think it would?