Summary: Was I ever excited when I saw that somebody finally brought to market a dual boot OS. View Sonic has just come out with a dual-boot 10' Tablet called "ViewPad 10". I was excited until I tried to connect to my office WiFi. Android found several wireless spots with out any problem, but Windows never was able to. I could not get it to find any WiFi! and I tried several locations where my phone picked up many.
Summary: The touchscreen is very innacurate even after calibration. I got a capacitive stylus and it is still off. This thing should go in the trash. it sucks that it is only multi-touch and not capacitive AND resistive). You cant use a regular stylus when you are trying to be more accurate. Like trying to drag down the scroll bar, i can never seem to get the cursor on it. Ive calibrated many times. It just needs a different digitizer.
Summary: I bought this product on Boxing Day & it arrived New Years Eve - it's being returned in the New Year - here's the pros & cons of the device... On 1st looks, it looks good, feels sturdy, but it also feels heavy (not too much of an issue - the device is comfortable to hold in either left or right hand in the horizontal position) Immediately after you power up the device, you hear the processor fan which is quite loud - a small quiet office & the device on a hard flat...
Excerpt: Il ViewPad 10 è un Tablet PC da ViewSonic. Oltre ad utilizzare il sistema operativo Android di Google, può eseguire l'avvio in Windows 7, in modo da cancellare la linea che distingue i pad dai computer portatili. Lo schermo da 10 pollici touchscreen riempie la parte anteriore del dispositivo, con tre pulsanti e una webcam incastonata nella cornice nero opaco.