Meiyizu Meiying M11: Wholesale 8 Inch Capacitive Touching Screen Tablet PC MID with Android 2.3/CPU 1.2GHz/HDD 8GB/WiFi/HDMI/USB/Externa 8inch, 800X600 capacitive, 2-point touch, Rockchip RK2918, Android 2.3.1, 512 MB RAM / 8 GB ROM. It's quite new tablet on the market, I couldn't find any user reviews online before I bought it. I decided to give it a try. It's mys first Android tablet so I don't have anything to compare it with (except for Apple iPad, maybe). I bought it through **************. Delivery was OK, fast enough. The box came little creased on one side, but nothing to worry about. The tablet came with a custom "leather" case with Meiying logo on it. It is nice, I can stand my tablet to watch videos or use it as a photo frame. The only problem is that tablet can easily slide out if you carry it, because it's supported only on two sides. There where also cheap headphones (interestingly, they carry Meiying logo on them), wall charger and USB cable, The build quality is overall pretty good. There is a metal plate on the back, other then that it's plastic. Plastic doesn't feel cheap. The only problem with build quality is that there are some gaps between screen and body - dirt will get in there over time. Also, in mine the gap is a little bigger in lower left corner. They already put protective film on the screen, which is nice, but again, it doesn't stick in lower left corner in mine. There is slider/switch that turns screen on and off and also switches to "lock", which really does nothing, except for fixing the slider in that position. The switch itself dangles a bit. First load was about 2 minutes. System seems to be stable so far, everything works. I might write more as I use it, so far I didn't even connect it to Internet - I have no WiFi at work. The speed it good, menus work without any delays or such. I ran couple apps and games, played couple videos - everything worked fast with no glitches. There were some .apk files in internal memory, some are in Chinese. It's nice that they let user choose which ones to install. I like that it has Bluetooth, and it works, I connected to my phone with no problems. The screen is pretty good. I regret that I didn't buy 1024X768 version (M11+), but mine is not bat too. Angles are ok, except for when you tilt tablet away in album mode. Orientation changes only in 3 directions (only one album mode). Touch response is good, but not as good as iPad's, of course. What else? It has 2 cameras, I tried them, they both takes pics and videos, quality is very basic. I will see how cameras work with Skype when I connect to Internet at home. This tablet does not have Android Market, it has some "iAndroid Market". Again, I'll see what it is once I have Internet. I'm afraid this device will not register with Google either, but we'll see. Overall, I am pretty satisfied with the device. I like it's size and weight, and price is not bad either, pretty good value. Well, that's it for now. I may write some more about the device as I use it.