I'm talking about turning it on when it is in standby/sleep mode. In this state, if I hold down the power button for a few seconds, it'll ask me if I want to shut it down. And very much so in regards to the price. There are cheaper Android tablets, but most of them, if not all, run old versions of the OS on hardware much worse than the Bay Trail 8" tablets. They'll probably never be updated either - aside from the ability to load a custom ROM. I did consider simply upgrading to the 2013 Nexus 7, but it would be somewhere around $80 more expensive than the VivoTab Note 8 (and hey, I wanted to try Windows 8 on a tablet for a change). The just-announced Nexus 9 is tempting, though . About the screen; I was mostly talking in terms of the display sitting much further back and not very close to the actual glass like you see with some higher quality devices these days. And just general build quality - but I suppose it is to be expected from a device at this low price. All in all, pretty good.