This tablet is running Android 4.1 on a dual-core CPU with 1GB of RAM, a front-facing VGA webcam, and Wifi. Storage is limited to a paltry 4GB, but this tablet does have a microSD card slot.
So far this isn't that bad of a tablet and you might think it's worth buying. But after reading the first impressions over at Freaktab I certainly won't be getting it.
According to CaptED, this tablet doesn't ship with Google Play. That surprised me because I assumed that most if mot all new budget tablets would have that app store, but apparently this one didn't pass Google's certification.
Okay, that's not much of a limitation given that you can install the Amazon Appstore or use a hack to install an older version of Android Market, but that might not be worth the effort for this tablet. Battery life was a disappointing 2 hours, and the general quality of the screen was described as low with a narrow viewing angle.
With all the issues, I think this tablet is probably one that is worth avoiding.
I think that the recently released Coby Kyros MID7065 is a better value (as well as easier to get). That is also a dual-core tablet, only it has a higher resolutions screen, better battery life, and it comes with Google Play - all for under $90 at Amazon.com.
The MID 7065 also has better early reviews than the Polaroid tablet, making it a better choice all around.