I learned this year that ZaReason is making a tablet, the ZaTab ZT2. What caught my attention was that this tablet is easily hackable, unlike others.
I thought this device could teach me about an OS that I've barely touched: Android...and if in the process I learned how to load ROMs or making my own to load them to this tablet, that would be great.
Thus, I bought it.
So far, my experience has been fine. As I'm not into tablets, I don't know exactly how good or bad this one may be. I think it does not have anything different from other tablets besides its root access (which I haven't been able to figure out.)
Today, after an app installing/uninstalling frenzy, I got the infamous Android bug "the process 'android.process.acore' stopped." I thought I had managed to brick the device and thus set a new computer-breaking record, but (after trying other solutions without success) I found my way to restoring its factory settings. It is working fine now.
That's as far as I have gone with this tablet. Now I'm getting to learn about Android.
|ZaTab ZT2 (photo from zareason.com)|