Summary: This is about the worse tablet you can buy. Their service is a joke. When I asked for help with mine not working correctly the answer was that it does not have enough memory to run windows and that there was not anything that could be done. To use it in Android mode. Not very satisified.
Summary: I purchased one of these units. It did not feel very sturdy or well made. Sure it was less expensive than a Zoom but I thought it would be fairly decent. After just a month, the unit no longer takes a charge and the power connector was loose. I'm VERY VERY careful with my electronic devices.
Summary: I purchased this tablet back in Nov 2011. When I got the unit my first duty was to make sure the product was fully updated and while I was doing that I was surprised that I got a warning about the hardrive being full.
Summary: I LOVE my Azpen X1. I do agree with reviewers that the storage capacity of the windows boot is small (ok, its almost nonexistent!) but with a little SD card, and the fact that you can use thumb drives, external hard rives, cd drives, or anything else that works with a USB (which is pretty much...
Summary: Over all a good buy, but needs upgrades. I am impressed with the potential that the unit had. Large screen and a very good battery. Good screen color and easy to use. Had issues with the size of the SSD drive. 16GB was not large enough to allow windows 7 and android to really work properly.
Summary: The win 7 feature is not available because win 7 requires XXgb and this tablet has less than 16gb. After taking it to the computer repair shop I was told that it needs to go to AZPEN for repair.
Summary: I use this as a way to navigate large schematics for power distribution. The Android side is an x86 port but if you Google Android x86 you can find many different flavors that work and allow use of the Android market.
Summary: This thing is a total piece of junk. Neither the Windows OS nor the Android OS is useful for even the most basic tasks. Here's my story. I ordered this tablet directly from Azpen. I ordered the X1P, but they shipped me the lower model, the X1.
Summary: The reason I chose a dual booting tablet, was that I like several of the Android apps that I have on my phone, by far my favorite app is the slide it keyboard, for swype typing. When I got the tablet, I found that the version of Android that is installed on this tablet, is NOT able to go into the...