Conclusion: On the connectivity side, the ViewPad 7 comes equipped with all the radios found in higher-end Smartphones such as UMTS, Bluetooth 2.1 and 802.11b/g Wireless Networking. The 3G on the device can be used to make or receive calls as well however, using the Viewpad 7 primarily as your mobile device is a bit silly. That is the same complain we had with the Galaxy Tab as well. GPS is also present on the device making it a useful navigation tool.
ViewSonic ViewPad 7 review: The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 Android tablet blurs the line between smartphone and tablet
Good Gear Guide.au
18 June 2011
Summary: The ViewSonic ViewPad 7 Android tablet 7 suffers from a lack of fluidity, a slow processor and an inflated price tag, making it a tough sell. With tablets running Android 3.0 Honeycomb just around the corner, the ViewPad 7 will soon be a very expensive paperweight.
Pros: Decent build quality, flexibility of Android platform, makes phone calls, included case
Cons: Slow processor, mediocre screen, limited internal memory, expensive, no Flash support