AT&T says "Hmmm, don't think this will work on our network" ???
Electronics Whiz, Amazon
6 April 2011
Summary: Had the unit for just a few days ... but an eternity trying to get it to work on a 3G or 4G network. Since T-Mobile is obviously going away, decided to try AT&T ... Got the SIM card, but then ... nothing.
Well Done - Mostly! - Update - Finding Hardware issues.
David M, Amazon
7 January 2011
Summary: OK I received my VPad7 yesterday afternoon, and so far I'm MOSTLY Happy! It's zippy, but I do wish they had put in a 1Ghz processor. Will probably force it out of a Honeycomb Upgrade. I can not get Adobe Flash to install, but so far I haven't found that to be an issue on the web.
Summary: I've had my Viewpad 7 tablet for almost two years now. Everything is to like, with two exceptions: firstly the internal memory is way too small, and it's not possible to delete pre-installed apps without rooting it, neither is it possible to shift most apps to a memory card.
Summary: A fairly unique design concept when it came out in that it had/has 3G SIM card compatibility - and there's still no competition on that front from other pads. So no need for stupid add-on dongles. Everything about the product is great except that it has completely insufficient RAM.
Summary: ViewSonic ViewPad 7 is a cool tablet boasting of some really amazing features. The 7-inch capacitive multi-touch screen is terrific, and dual camera along with 3G, WiFi and blue tooth connectivity all make it a really hip one!
Summary: Processing of order first class. Set up the pad with the help of my grandson. All okay with access to the internet using my BT Hub. But for some reason access has now been locked out and there is apparently no way of unlocking.
Summary: For a while its a great machine, lots of fun with the apps etc. However, it has an almost fatal flaw: even with a 16G card installed, some important Apps (Hotmail, Facebook, etc) only runs from the internal memory card - which is tiny and filled up too quickly.