I have tried 3 times to do a review and none of them got published. I find it difficult to rate. For the price paid, it is good value.
I have streamed video and TV including use of HDMI.
Most of the key apps I would use do work (office, calendar, email and other business-y type stuff). Music and ebooks are fine.
Screen is about what I expected.
OSB OTG is great. I have connected all sorts of stuff (keyboards, drives etc)
3G dongle works as does connecting through my phone's wifi hotspot
I don't miss bluetooth.
I don't miss GPS.
Storage capability is great.
It is light and easy to hold.
I use it a lot!
The only irritating thing, and it can be really irritating is the lack of power. The device frequently slows. You see quite a lot of application not responding, wait or force close messages. I suspect ICS is pushing the cpu it to its limits.
If you need an inexpensive tablet now it is a good one (the original 8GB one is available for £70!). However, the new batch of multi-core cheap tablets that are due to hit the market over the new few weeks/months could be a game changer. I expect the Google one to be announced at the end of this month. It will be interesting to see what spec and how low a price Google/ASUS can push these out at. Also how will NatPC and the other Chinese manufacturers respond?