Conclusion: If you were expecting a symbiosis of mobile phone and netbook due to the Android and Nvidia Tegra hardware, you'll be bitterly disappointed. No touchscreen, no telephony, no Bluetooth, no outdoor suitable display and an extremely limited App availability in the Camangi market demand a lot of willingness compromise from the user. The test model without UMTS tops this in our case. Thus, it can at best be used as a mobile media player.
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 .
Excerpt: There's no denying that over the last couple of years we've witnessed a shift in the tech landscape. There's been the rise of the iPhone, the birth of the netbook, introduction of Android and, most recently, the coming of the tablet.
Pros: Weight and tiny form factor, Battery life, Screen, Keyboard, Nvidia Tegra
Cons: Unintuitive use of Android, Missing Market app store, Some might not like the waspish look, No multigesture touchpad, Missing Flash
Excerpt: Toshiba's latest netbook uses Android instead of Windows and has an Nvidia processor instead of an Intel Atom. Yet, despite its low weight, long battery life and HD video playback, we have mixed feelings about it. Read our exhaustive review to find out why.