I'm only going to go through my reasons to avoid the tablet; my main reason is that it violates 3 cardinal rules.
I'm not going to get into a detailed hardware description (); this tablet is not worth my time. But I will say that this tablet truly feels like cheap junk, which is a first. Even cheaper, junkier tablets usually look better at first glance, but the Net's Go is straightforward about its shortcomings.
I came across the Kaser Net's Go while searching the Wal-mart website for another tablet. The product listing was unimpressive, and the image of the tablet was unappealing. When I finally got my hands on it I realized that the device actually looks worse than the picture, which was hard to believe.
As I said before, I got this for the keyboard and it didn't work. While troubleshooting the problem with Google I found numerous reports of poor or nonexistent service from Kaser. I have to admit that I didn't even try to contact kaser after I found the 4th complaint; it seemed like a waste of my time. But I did find the. The keyboard was not mentioned, unfortunately, nor did I find any tips on how to get it working.
Even if the Net's Go had not had any other problems, it would have entered my junk list as soon as I turned it on. It's using a non-standard home screen, and that's a no-no in my book. The home screen also has ads. I will not tolerate surprise ads after I've paid for a product. Fuck. That.
The 3rd cardinal rule broken by this POS is that it kept trying to force me to create an account and log-in. That is such a stupid design. There's no reason for them to copy Apple's mistake; this thing should run right out of the box.
There are better and cheaper tablets on the market. Get one of them, not the Kaser Net's Go.