A quick review… Okay, I’ve had the tablet a week now and am extremely pleased with it. I paid £159.99 from here. They charged me £11.99 to ship to Cyprus by FEDEX and it arrived in three days. I’m told this was a bit of a cock up at their end and the shipping cost should have been £30. Perhaps a point to negotiate on. I also bought a Neoprene sleeve case (£1.88) and a HDMI Mini cable (£5.99). All shipped at the same time and well packed. The device comes with a Chinese charger and local adapter. Unfortunately, I didn’t make it clear that we use the UK system over here so it was shipped with a ‘Continental’ 2-pin adapter. Luckily I had a multi-adapter in the house so it was no problem. One thing of note is that the device is powered by two 3.7V (I think) batteries and the charger is 12V @ 2A. You cannot charge this device via USB. Separately, I have bought a SanDisk MicroSDHC 32GB Memory Card for £13.84 + shipping (£19) although I see the price of this is now £17.49. The general specification of the tablet is as follows: - Model Window N101 version 2 Operating System 4.1.1 Display 10.1 inch IPS Capacitive screen Resolution 1280 x 752 px CPU Cortex-A9 dual-core 1.6GHz GPU Mali 400 RAM 1GB DDR3 ROM 32GB Camera Dual cameras, front & back 2.0Mp You can get the full spec on the DidoBuy site or elsewhere. I was asked if I wanted the metal or the plastic back – both are the same price. I chose the plastic as I had heard that WiFi performance was better with it. So, to the device. The display is absolutely stunning. The device is extremely fast and responsive. The battery seems to last a long time – I haven’t done a definitive test yet but I’m not constantly looking towards the charger – I’d guess at least five hours continual use and all day using it on and off. The sound is good – it only has a single speaker at the rear of the device but it is loud and clear. In fact it can be a little too loud for people sitting in front of you. Sounds through the 3½” output is absolutely stunning – even when using the cheap (branded) earphones that come with it. So, so far I have copied a load of movies, music and pictures to the Micro SD card and transferred them to the device. I’ve also connected it to my PC via USB and transferred the same. I can also stream files from my NAS to it… Everything so far has worked perfectly. I’ve downloaded a few apps from the store including Firefox which synchronised quite happily with my desktop copy. I’ve got a cheap (EnGenius) router in the kitchen. I can get a good signal from it throughout the house including the bedrooms upstairs and my office in the basement – which is quite good considering the amount of concrete and rebar between the two. Overall, I am really happy with it – a great purchase. Happy to answer any additional questions regarding it.