Before I go into an in depth review of this tablet, I first must mention the experience I had with the vendor. I first purchased this tablet from *************** on November 23rd, 2010. I was sent an Email on the 24th that the tablet was already processed and was being shipped. Unfortunately, I found out later it was actually shipped on November 30th. During many conversations with NowSupplier, it was found out that the tablet was either held up in customs in China. I was alerted of this at the end of December. In early January I talked to the manager with NowSupplier and expressed my concern over the package being so slow. The manager re-called the package and re-shipped it out via Air Express Mail (ironically from another port; not from Shenzhen, but rather Guangzhou) The re-shipped package left China on January 12th, and got to San Diego on the 18th. The manager of NowSupplier said they are working on ways to dramatically increase their shipping speed and procedures. He assured me that shipping will not be delayed like that again. Update As of January 22nd, 2011 I have updated this thread. It appears there are some inconsistencies with the information the vendor has supplied. I have learned the processor speed and android operating system version is a lie. This is actually a 600Mhz tablet running Android 2.1 not 2.2. It appears the manufacturer faked the OS Therefore... this is a fake Froyo tablet. Lastly, this tablet comes with a .3MP camera NOT a 1.3MP as advertised. ______________________________________________ Along with shipping delays, I strongly recommend that this vendor also fix their poor customer service through their website. I also recommend that the vendor fix any ms-representations of tablet specifications including typos. I also ordered an Android 2.0 (cheap) tablet... that came with Android 1.6! Sorry for the coughing.. still getting over a cold! This video will be edited to reflect the 800Mhz and Android 2.2 lies.. The actual tablet What I ordered for $168 was an 8" aPad iRobot RK2818 Rocketchip 600Mhz tablet running Android 2.1. The tablet comes with a 600Mhz processor and 256MB of RAM. It has an 8" resistive, although good resistive, single-touch screen. The weight of the tablet is comparable to my Augen Gentouch78 2nd edition, which is around 500grams. This tablet comes with a .3MP front facing camera, that is not good at all. If you are looking for a tablet with a nice camera, don't buy this one. Hence the name aPad, this tablet is very similar to the iPad. It even comes with the home button on the button. The beveled shape of this clone, also looks like the iPad. This aPad comes with a 3.5mm headphone jack, SD card slot, power cord, mini USB, and two bottom speakers. The speakers are actually quite loud, which is nice to hear. The downside of this tablet is it comes with a very short power (USB) cord. I would say the power cord is less than a foot. I must admit that the physical feeling of this tablet is quite good. It's put together well, and is sturdy. The backing feels like an aluminum backing, instead of the cheap plastic some tablets come with. Out of my 4 tablets now, this aPad has the best resistive screen. Obviously not as good as a capacitive screen, but it's better than both my Augen Gentouch78 and Pandigital Novel. I was going to brag about how good the accelerator works, but for some odd reason it has stopped working. I have rebooted the tablet several times, and it's just not rotating anymore. That is a big disappointment, and I’m not sure what is going on. Stay tuned on this... Here are some of the positive features in regards to this aPad: #1 Market - Official Google Marketplace is installed and works great right out of the box... minus having to add your Gmail account. #2 Good resistive screen - One of the better resistive screens that I have used. I was pleasantly surprised. #3 Amended: This was advertised as Android 2.2, it's actually 2.1.... #4 I like the physical buttons, plus the bottom home screen. It makes it quite easy to navigate. #5 Loud speakers - The speakers can get quite loud, which is nice. #6 USB Devices - You are able to hook up an external USB mouse and/or keyboard (I haven't tested this yet) Some of the features that it is lacking: #1 Has a bad camera - I seriously doubt this is even a 1.3MP camera... it's that bad #2 The accelerator stopped working... not sure why. (January 20th, 2011... has been fixed) #3 I've had the tablet for 3 days, and it has froze 6 times now (Requires a reset to get working again). #4 No flash, it's not the tablets fault... but would of been nice to beef the RAM up to 512MB. #5 This tablet is actually Android 2.1, not 2.2 #6 The processor is actually 600Mhz NOT 800Mhz. Big Question... would I recommend this tablet? Answer: Yes.. if you know it's a 600Mhz processor, running a faked version of Android 2.2.. therefore it's actually 2.1 I would recommend this tablet as a low-entry tablet, if you want to spend (now) $156. It's fairly fast, has Google Marketplace access, runs Android 2.1, has loud speakers, 3.5mm headphones, good resistive screen, and is physical decent. Due to several false accusations in regards to this tablet, I would not purchase from the vendor again. To many errors, and false information.