There are some things I would change but it's with the development. Browser for android should be able to view certain pages with flash and pop ups better, for example... I would personally, add more ports in case one goes out and use a usb port that could add a wifi antenna or wired networking, because people don't just get tablets for on the go use, while on a train or in the back seat of a car. Some people would like to curl up with their lightweight tablet that they can easily move with them when they change positions and watch a movie streamed a good high speed wired or enhanced connection, rather than hold a laptop or leave the laptop out on a surface and have to shut it all down and disconnect it while half asleep after watching a late movie. The wifi is not bad, but in my metal camper, the house wifi is somewhat blocked. With a laptop, I can use an antenna, not so with the tablet and I'm exploring options. I like having options. If my laptop wifi stops working for some crazy adapter or windows related reason and I urgently need to get online, I can stick a plug in it and might have some luck. Not so with this tablet. Some options are limited, but for a sleek streamline lightweight tablet, it's lovely and nifty to use. It's working just fine and is well made. I think developers need to just expand upon tablet capabilities in general and that is a wip.
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