Hi. I just purchased D2Pad-727 7" tablet, Google Certified with Play Store integrated. The previous models, the 711 and 721, didn't have this certification. As for performance, it's pretty slick for a sub-hundred dollar tablet. Here are the specs: D2-727_BK 855791004214 BLACK Google Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) 1.2 GHz, Single Core 1 GB DDR III 4 GB NAND Flash Capacitive Multi-touch LCD Screen 7" (16 : 9), 800 X 480 802.11 b / g / n Rechargeable Lithium Battery / 3000 mAh (Up to 4 Hours) Yes MPG / JPG / PNG / AVC / MPEG-4 etc 0.3 MP Front camera Internal Stereo Speaker Micro USB Standard 3.5mm Headphone Jack DC In 1 x Micro SD card slot (Support up to 32 GB) Micro USB Cable Adapter, 5V / 2A User Manual / Quick Start Guide 191 x 115 x 11.3 mm (7.51 x 4.52 x 0.44 inch) 316 g (0.71 lb) It isn't rooted, but for the price (I paid $99 at ShopNBC), I'm fine with that. It works flawlessly with the Assistant app (Siri wanna-be); does YouTube and does the maps and all. And voice commands are a cinch. I also have the 721 model, which works surprisingly well, but the lack of Google certification is a turn-off for me. If you want a good sub-hundred dollar tablet, the newest 727 model is my suggestion. I can't wait for this thing to be hacked for rooting.