- Oct 3, 2007
I totally agree with that at least for me and my fumble fingers . my first tablet the start button acted up over time it became harder and harder to wake up the tablet finally I decided to pull it apart to see if I could fix it well that didn't work out so good I cracked the corner of the glass then I couldn't get the thing back together ended upo just buying another cheap one. I am thinking of getting a replacement because this tablet now is showing distorted colours across the screen ( I have dropped it a few times ) it still worked but its hard for these older eyes to read though any web pages that have pictures because those lines sometimes cross over the written part which makes it hard tro read the print.Every lower priced tablet is a throwaway item on failure. Unless you've got an expensive tablet and it's just a glass replacement, 95% of the time you're not going to be able to fix it and get it back together nicely.