Summary: Hi. My wife gave me this for my Birthday in June 2011. It was on my wishlist after extensive research. The one severe limitation of this tablet is the measly 512Mb onboard memory which leaves you with only 171Mb for apps and data.
Summary: I was looking for a pad without high price tag, but decent quality and battery life. So I selected viewpad 7. The 7 inch capacitive display is responsive and the size seems perfect for a hand held tablet. If it had more built-in memory than 512Mb , then I would have given 5 out of 5.
Nice product comparing to the price. (Phone + tablet)
9 November 2011
Summary: This is pretty good product. ViewPad7 is technically an Android phone. Phone quality is very good though it's a little big to hold. It's kind of speaker phone unless you use headset provided. If you make the sound minimum and you can use without headset fairly.
Summary: I wanted a smaller tablet which could double as a phone for business. I do much more email than calling. Smartphones are too small, and that sexy Ipad tablet is too big doesn't have a phone. The Viewpad 7 fit the bill and the price is reasonable. After a month of use, here are my comments. * Phone.
Summary: Now, why did I choose this tablet, and who should choose this. I had two priorities: Capacitive Touch screen & Unlocked 3G. If these 2 aren't your priorities, then then are better choices around - tablets with better processor & cheaper. However, the Viewpad does what it says.
Summary: I bought this as a cheap introduction to tablet computing and I haven't been disappointed. With the exception of the Samsung Galaxy Tab ($200 more expensive) and the iPad ($400 more expensive), there just aren't any other tablets offering GSM/UMTS phone capabilities.
Summary: Ok, so this tablet is not everything but it does the trick! I have an iphone4 and a ipad both with 3G but wanted to have an android tablet as well but not be tied to wifi connections. So what is out there? Sure I could sign up for a 3 year contract with a carrier but who wants that....