Pros: QNX Neutrino - most likely the best OS out there geared toward devices such as the tablets. Multi-tasking - this alone is one of the most powerful features. This is the only device out there with this feature, all the others use pseudo-multi-tasking No
Cons: The wake button - recessed too much, hard to reach. With usage you will get more used with, so is not really that bad. Few applications available, however the much anticipated Android bridge will come soon.
"Great device just eagerly waiting to fill the app gap"
3 June 2011
Pros: solid hardware, size, weight, performance, video resolution, cameras, touch/swipe interface, OS, web browsing experience, sound quality, easy file system access via WiFi and mapped drive via USB, subtle and accessible notification area, bluetooth based Br
Cons: Key elements of the base software and certainly the selection of professional grade apps is not nearly there. There is no cursor control available on the keyboard or via touch interface to select a specific point in text you want to edit (web browser, ema
"Playbook almost, but not yet, ready for prime-time"
31 May 2011
Pros: After using a 3 year old laptop, I feel like this is screaming and lightning fast. Transitioning between applications is seamless, wish I could reorder them. The flick to close is neat, but more a touch screen. Unlike most smartphones, this keyboard is
Cons: One major downside I have found is that I miss the precision of moving the cursor using a keyboard or mouse. If I misspell something, or need to add something, it can be extremely difficult to move the cursor by touch to a precise location without zoomin