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