Comparitively Inexpensive, Excellent Audio Quality, Allows Lossless Streaming of Audio over Bluetooth
Excellent sound quality, HDMI output, Battery life.
Inexpensive. Good media apps. HDMI output to TV. Easy connection to wireless speakers.
XFi and aptX audio for superior sound quality, Lots of free applications currently available, microsSDHC slot to add up to a 32GB card, Supports FLAC audio format (bettersounding than CD!).
Terrible Resistive Touchscreen, Lowres Dull Display, Only FrontFacing Camera, Subpar Browsing Experience, No Localization Efforts
Resistive screen with low resolution and washedup colors, No Arabic
Hard-to-use, low-quality display. Runs a version of Android not optimized for tablets.
Short battery life and slow charging over USB, No support for DRMprotected content, Frequent glitches, hiccups and error messages.
By PCWorld India on July 21, 2011
The Creative Ziio is an Android 2.2 powered tablet with a 7-inch display & X-Fi sound enhancements....51
By ITP.net on July 12, 2011
The Ziio 7” is hard to recommend despite its low price owing to a few critical issues that retard overall usability....80
By ThinkDigit on July 11, 2011
Despite it being affordably priced at Rs. 18,000, we would recommend buying the OlivePad VT-100 over the Ziio, as it sports a better 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display, the same Android 2.2 OS, similar hardware, but at a lower price of Rs....60
By Tech2 on June 13, 2011
Creative’s first attempt at a tablet is a major let down. And to top it off they have priced it at a crazy Rs.17,999. If it was priced somewhere around 10K, it would make a decent buy considering it plays full HD movies, WiFi and runs Android. If...40
By Tbreak.com on April 21, 2011
Its a bit hard reviewing the Creative ZiiO- especially after you’ve played with the iPad for almost a year. This resistive-screen Android 2.x based tablet feels outdated by simply reading the specs. But we’ve seen many times before that...70
By PC Advisor on April 20, 2011
The price is about right for this 7in tablet but you really notice the features and hardware credentials that are sacrificed. Even so, we think the Creative Ziio is a good introduction to tablet computing and one of the better entry-level tablets...70
By InsideHW on April 09, 2011
Many companies, otherwise traditional manufacturers of PC components, presented new, atypical product series last year, in an attempt to widen their impact onto the market segments that they’d previously been unheard of. Creative was one of the...-
By itreviews.com on April 06, 2011
The Creative ZiiO 7in has an attractive price, but it isn't a very good advertisement for Android tablets. You can bypass the on-board app store, but you shouldn't really have to do that to get good quality apps? And the slow processor...40
By PC Mag on April 04, 2011
The $250 Creative ZiiO 7" Entertainment Tablet is a designed for media lovers, and though the price is right, the execution isn't. Buy it...40
By Big Picture Big Sound on March 21, 2011
Without YouTube or Flash or support or any DRM-protected audio/video media, I am tempted to ask whether or not ZiiO should even be called an "Entertainment Tablet." Then again, most of my disappointment here is diffused by the undeniably attractive...63