Summary: I spent about 3 months looking into a tablet. One that would work as good as an I-pad, but wouldn't cause so many problems when I hooked it up to my PC. I also wanted something I could 'play' around with. As far as Android-based tablets go, I feel the G-tab takes the cake.
Summary: I ordered my gTablet on a Friday and paid for one day shipping. It arrived, perfectly packaged, the next day. I unpacked it, plugged it in and started playing with it. I did an OTA update and started investigating the tablet to familiarize myself with it's operation. I found it to be very intuitive.
Summary: I have had my Viewsonic G Tablet about two weeks now and I am loving it. It is so user friendly, the only problem I can see is I haven't found away to download the Google Android App Store. I am avid reader and was able to download Overdrive so I can download actual library books.
Summary: First off the biggest decision maker for me was price. Yes the $500 and $600 dollar tablets are going to work great. The $200 or less ones are NOT going to work. Some how Viewsonic was able to get just the right amount of hardware (10" screen, SD expansion, 1.3 Mb cam, Dual core, wifi, and 16GB...
Summary: Spec wise via price, there is not a tablet out there to compete except maybe the asus tranformer for $399. You'll get 768mb ram or 1gb I forgot and a few other better features for the $100. This G-tablet price at $299 its a steal for sure. I have not had issues with it being slow one bit.