Excerpt: Last time we left off in the tale of Windows 7 tablets, we'd taken a look at Netbook Navigator's Nav 9 slate, which by review's end had us not only wanting to send it back as soon as humanly possible, but concluding that something better just had to be on the horizon. Well, as luck would have it, just a few days later CTL's 10-inch 2goPad SL10 showed up on our doorstep with some very promising ingredients -- a capacitive touchscreen, accelerometer, front facing camera,...
Pros: Very responsive capacitive touchscreen, Accelerometer, Front facing webcam and lots of ports
Cons: Thicker and heavier than others, Windows 7 skin is lacking and sluggish, Poor battery life
Summary: For $499, the 2goPad is a more compelling Windows slate than the Netbook Navigator Nav 9 or the Archos 9PCTablet, but that's not saying a lot. Sure, its capacitive touchscreen provides better accuracy than those slates' resistive panels, and it video conferences quite well. However, this tablet's short battery life and heavy weight make this a poor device for media consumption. And the pre-loaded EasyBits Quick skin can't hide Windows 7's inherent touch flaws.
Pros: Capacitive touch screen, Large speedy hard drive, Plenty of ports, Good webcam, Built-in accelerometer
Cons: Relatively heavy, Frustrating touch interface, Weak viewing angles, Short battery life, Annoying fan noise