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I have been a Creative Labs fan since I bought my first Zen MP3 player, and I believe they are at it again. Despite my preference for Creative products, I am not afraid to give them a bad review. Fortunately, there is no need for one now.
Overall the tablet is responsive to the touch (both fingers and included stylus) and I have had very few issues with any applications which I installed. I really enjoy the flexibility of the tablet.
It is great for browsing the web (despite the lack of Flash support), watching videos which are transferred to the device, composing emails, and many other things.
Most would say the Ziio fails in the lack of apps available, however; with a Google search and a little persistence I have found quite a few apps including YouTube, Facebook, eBaY, and even Angry Birds.
The installed Android is only version 2.1 so it is a bit archaic in that sense but Creative has stated that a 2.2 update is in the works and will be released soon. This is where the tablet failed to get the
While an update to 2.2 and (hopefully) access to the Android market