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This review is from: Cambridge Sciences StarPAD 4, 7-inch Tablet PC Quad Core CPU, 1GB RAM, Android 4.4.4 (WiFi) (Personal Computers)
I was initially pleased with what you get for £129, the expandable memory, the HD output,car charger, standard micro USB and feel and quality. However I ended up returning it because the touch screen developed an irritating fault, most likely it was calibration but 'dimples' also appeared, making typing erratic. The worst thing was the sound card making output [through a reasonable sound system] tinny and poor. A little more expense would correct it. The android system is a phone one so has lots of dysfunctional features.
It is slightly academic now that the Nexus 7 is available from a number of outlets for as low as £159. Admittedly you don't get an expanded sd slot [? a mystery why not?] or HD output, but the screen is much better, the OS is brand new, dedicated to the tablet and upgradable.
Effectively at the right price [£80] it is fun but if you can afford it spend the extra and get a Nexus. As Amazon could not replace it and returned my money you can guess I bought a new Nexus 7 32g for £199.