Summary: Though a long time Windows PC user, I enjoy using Apple iPad. However, I expect a reasonable Windows tablet PC to come out. Thus, when the ViewPad 10 the first day appeared in J&R, I rushed to purchase one. After playing with it for a couple of days, the followings are my impressions: OS: The scheme of the dual boot system is similar to the DOS system more than 20 years ago. The Windows 7 Home Premium is exactly the same as notebook version.
Pros: Durable Construction, Large Screen, Nice looking
Summary: Generally happy with spec - well built, nice to use, all usb devices I tried worked (DVD burner, various keydrives, HDD, even HTC HD2 mobile phone as modem). However, with only 16Gb of drive space, Windows 7 partition is left with only 3.5Gb initially. This drops rapidly as SP1 and updates are installed. Very little room for installing applications.
Summary: I purchaed this because I wanted a Windows 7 tablet, and after some tweaking it runs fine, Installed Office, GPS software, and some marine charting software. Pluspoints Full operating system supporting any thing you want. Downsides. 1) 16gb is just not bigenough for windows 7, and therefore you need to clean off unused system files. 2) 1gb memory could be incressed. 3) Android OS is to old to be of any use, but this was not why I bought it so not that bothered.