Entry-level price, Strong performance
The Pandigital SuperNova tablet is light, smooth, and comfortable to hold. It includes a Micro-HDMI slot and two cameras.
Affordable, Responsive capacitive touchscreen, Decent performance
Hacker-friendly, Outputs well to TVs, Lots of features for the price.
No support for Android Market, Only 4GB RAM, Cheap-feeling plastic construction
The tablet's screen is dim and low-resolution with narrow viewing angles. There's no native access to the Android Market and the build quality feels plasticky and toylike.
Limited app selection, Unattractive design, Cheap build quality
Cheap build, Abysmal screen, No Google services.
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
The SuperNova made by Pandigital missed the train of excellent gadgets. But, if all you want is a midrange tablet, then try your luck with this model. But we won't promise a great touchscreen and a superb...-
By Computer Shopper on November 16, 2011
This low-cost tablet performs well, but it runs an outdated version of Android and doesn't support the Android Market. Considering where features and pricing are going with competing tablets, this one may have a limited shelf life....60
By cnet on November 02, 2011
Though priced to compete, the Pandigital Supernova lacks the performance and features to seal the...53
By LaptopMag on October 21, 2011
Pandigital has launched its new flagship product, the Pandigital SuperNova, as a competitor of the . Expanding on the positives of the 7-inch slate, the $229 SuperNova offers an 8-inch capacitive display, longer battery life, and improved cameras....40
By PC Mag on October 18, 2011
The Pandigital SuperNova will be a fine tablet for Android geeks to hack, but average buyers should look for a tablet with a better screen....40