Summary: Overall, a nice tablet. Unfortunately for me, it was not what I was looking for. After owning it for 8 mo., I understand what it is capable of and not capable of. PROS- 1. lightweight- I can almost not feel it in my hands. 2. fast- both while operating and while booting up. 3.
Summary: Great tablet. Besides running on the flexible Android system (compared to the strict Apple OS), this tablet has a long battery life (8hrs, or 16hrs with dock), responsive touchscreen compared to other tablets, the ability to use it as a netbook (with dock) and very stylish back.
As good, if not better, than other Android tablets that cost more
12 September 2011
Summary: As an owner of a 1st gen iPad, but a great fan of Android smartphones, I decided it was time for me to get an Android Tablet. I did some research into the Galaxy Tab, the ViewSonic gTablet, the Motorola Xoom, and the ASUS Transformer.
Summary: In the way of 10" mobile tablets, the Apple iPad and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 dominate the market. While both are truly extraordinary devices capable of doing much more than anyone originally believed, they both cost over $600 for the tablet alone.