Hello everyone, this is my first post here and I decided to ask because for the last 2 months I am doing my research on Android tablets and the more I research the more I get confused to do the lack of trust on Internet shops and particularly eBay. First of all: 1) There are different types available (epad, apad, mid, etc.) My 1st question is: you find those tablets on an Internet shop at about £140 and then you find the same model name (maybe with slidely different specs) on eBay for £60 from Hong-Kong. So, are there genuine and fakes or are they all the same. If I buy an ePad from eBay, it will be the same ePad that I buy from another Internet shop that sells it more expensive? From one hand I know that they are all China made but from the other hand I know that maybe a good China made product with good reputation could be copied easily and advertised as the same product at half the price but not even half the quality. Yes, I have read posts that recommend to buy from trustworthy sellers in order to have better support but price is more important for me at this point. So, the most help I need from the more experienced users is on this topic. 2) Android smartphones come with v2.2 but tablets are found with 1.6 or 2.1, etc. Isn't the OS the same or is there different OS for smartphone and tablet? Are those available at some place and anyone could download and install different verisions for testing or you have to buy it with the required OS only? 3) For me, the 7" tablet is a bit small but I've seen that it has more features than the 10". For example, almost all 7" tablets (mostly on ebay) come with webcam, GPS, proximity sensor and accelerometer. Most 10" don't. Is there any comment on this? any particular reason or recommendation for avoiding one of the 2?