Hello. I'm a new forum user. I have recently purchased an android powered ZTE X500 prepaid phone and Double Power (DOPO) MD-702 7" android 2.3 tablet. I also own a Samsung Galaxy Player 5.0. I love the Samsung Galaxy Player. I have no need or want to do anything other than run stock applications on it. I'm happy with it... although it is expensive and I would not recommend one because of the price. I have yet to receive the ZTE X500 or DOPO MD-702. I have very low expectations of both. I bought them as toys to tinker with. The ZTE X500 has a 320x480 3.5" capacitive screen, 600MHz processor, wireless b/g, Bluetooth, a 3.2MP camera, runs Android 2.3.4 and is under $50 brand new and without contract. I thought it would be a good device to root and play around with. Being a phone to begin with, I thought that it would make a good VOIP WiFi phone that would also have (thanks to the fact that it's a cell phone) 911 service. If it can run a few android apps then that's even better. The questions I have and will try to answer are can it be rooted and cleaned of bloatware, is the screen big enough and responsive enough to use, can the 600MHz processor keep up with popular/useful apps, and does it make a good VOIP WiFi phone. The Double Power (DOPO) MD-702 has a 800x400 7" capacitive screen, 1GHz processor, runs Android 2.3 and is under $140 including tax and shipping. I have low expectations from this tablet and plan to share my experience with using it as soon as I am able. The selling points were the 1GHz processor, capacitive screen and low price. I'm hoping that it will be able to load and run popular kid games while not being so expensive that I'm afraid to let my kids use it unattended. I know very well that you get what you pay for and I am merely hoping for a functional tablet that doesn't die in its first month of use. If anyone has any experience with the ZTE X500 or DOPO MD-702 then I'd love to hear about them... like common pitfalls, problems and procedures to remedy said problems. Otherwise I'll report back over the coming weeks and let you know what I find out about them as I use them.