The Huawei S7 tablet Best Buy is carrying is a decent unit, just wasn't for me. It was close, though. Pros: *Decent price at $299, should be about $249 compared to others *Resistive screen was very responsive, enough to not really be annoying at all. Some things were better with a stylus such as hyperlinks. *Built nice, sturdy. *was able to put in my AT&T SIM card and manually set up the APN and have 3G data and make phone calls even though BB's price tag said WiFi only. *speakers are nice and loud. made a hell of a speaker phone!! *I thought the UI was nice enough I didn't install Launcher Pro *typing was good on the resistive screen. Cons: *Battery life of maybe 2 hours. *WiFi would often not reconnect to same network after putting into standby and I'd have to turn WiFi off/on to get it to work again. *can only charge with the AC adapter, USB does not charge it. *I use the WiFi Tether on my Android phone and it *would not* see the wireless network even though dozens of other devices could including Windows laptops, iPads and iPhones. I think six months from now the Android tablet market is going to explode with nice units.