Here's a copy of a Reply I just posted, to a new Forum user who just purchased a Le Pan 1 tablet. I have one myself, purchased 10 months ago, and at the time the price was Fair. NOT any longer. At the current Asking Prices, the LP1 is a BAD purchase choice. Don't fall in the trap, or let a friend be suckered in - the Price is WRONG. I am starting this thread as a Public Information Campaign, and maybe we can get Le Pan to get real and stop trolling for uninformed buyers, who purchase the TC970 unaware of its features and the competition''s offers. Got a suggestion for a BETTER purchase in the same $179 price range? Post it here, add to the discussion. Have an opinion? Let us hear it. =--------------------------------------------------------------= [quote='miaulana' ] I have received my Le pan TC970 from amazon a few days before.... Except screen is freezing a bit often. Thank you in advance! [/quote] I saw your post yesterday, don't have any suggestions about the FB situation, but do have one that I think important. If you just purchased the LP 1 from Amazon, I would suggest returning it ASAP, while you can. You mentioned some freezing issues, which do happen on occasion in the LP1s. BUT - most importantly, if you just purchased it you paid a price that is too high for what you got. There are better options, in the same or close price range. - if you don't mind the slightly smaller 7" screen, the Google Nexus 7 has a model starting at $199. This Monday they will launch the new line, and the 200 dollar version will be upgraded to 16 GB of on board storage. The Nexus 7 is built by Asus, has a dual core processor, and is a flagship tablet. - The RIM Playbook 32 GB is also 7", and selling for even lower, $150 here in Canada. Probably similar prices in USA retailers. I am hugely tempted to get one myself, even if the Playbook is not as popular or a pure Android tablet, it's a high quality product. And Android apps are now being ported for it. - if you want a 9.7" model, you could upgrade to the Le Pan S model, $229, and has a dual core processor, exact same screen panel you have now. Same brand, so same problems with very slow software updates, quality inferior to the Nexus 7 or Playbook mentioned above. Definitely get rid of the LP 1 while you can - it's not worth the price you paid, I think. For $129 (which it was listed at Amazon.com for a while), it was a sweet deal. For $179, current asking price at Amazon.ca and at Amazon.com --->> don't buy it.