Summary: Mixing a sluggish Windows tablet with an outdated Android one makes the Intel Atom-powered ViewSonic ViewPad 10 less than ideal for either OS.
Pros: The compact ViewSonic ViewPad 10 dual-boots into both Windows 7 and Android, and was recently updated to jump from Android 1.6 to 2.2.
Cons: The device lacks physical controls for volume or screen orientation, and the Android side is stuck at version 2.2 and doesn't include the Android Market. There are some frustrating interface issues, and we spent too much time troubleshooting network connectivity problems.
Excerpt: The ViewSonic ViewPad 10 is one of the latest tablets to enter the market. This product was designed as a tablet that could work with both Windows 7 and the Android system. This ten inch tablet has an Intel Atom N455 processor with Windows 7 Professional and the Android 1.6 operating system.