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I got my Pixi 7 today. Two items that I'm slightly disappointed with is the screen and the wifi. The screen's viewing angles aren't great, but when looking straight on, it's not bad. The resolution is also not great, but I knew that when I ordered it. I'm a little disappointed that the wifi is only 2.4ghz, but it's not a complete deal breaker for me.

 

I was pleasantly surprised at the speed of the tablet. It is very smooth and quick for a budget tablet.

 

A couple other things. Sprint charged me $12 to ship it, but now there's a $12 credit on my account, so I guess that was a wash. I should get my bill soon but I'm still expecting to have to pay the $36 activation, which $36 isn't bad in exchange for the free year of service.

 

I did set the tablet up to only use 960MB per billing cycle so I shouldn't have any overages.

 

Sent from my Note 4

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Well, I went to get my free Pixi tonight, and when they pulled up my account, the system said I could get the LG G Pad F7.0 for free with the year of free service, so I got it instead.

 

 

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