Summary: Mobile phone in netbook size. ...or is it a netbook with mobile phone technology? Toshiba calls its AC100 a "mobile internet device" and equips it with Nvidia's ARM processor, Tegra 250, and Google's Android 2.1 operating system. We checked where this combination will place itself among netbooks and smartphones.
Pros: Very light, Robust, Long battery life., Silent, No perceptible heat development, Apt supplies, Good keyboard, HDMI, Video rendering absoutely smooth up to 720p, The low weight and the high "don't leave home without it" factor.
Cons: Mass memory of only 8 GB, No access on Android market, Camangi market equipped only very scantily with about 100 Apps., Reflective, contrast poor display with poor brightness, No Bluetooth, No touch display, No UMTS in test model, No telephone function, As good as no upgrade options, A better display, perhaps with touch functionality, UMTS and telephony. See Samsung Galaxy Tab .
Summary: PocketSurfer & PocketSurfer2 REVIEW PocketSurfer â€œForget rabid geeky conversations about 3G and HSDPA. Datawind has just dropped its new PocketSurfer2, and if you want the â€˜net while youâ€™re down the pub or on the train, then youâ€™re going to need one of these bad boys...........