Economic, lightweight, light graphics, not smartphone.
Nelson Castillo, Amazon
8 February 2013
Summary: Completely satisfied. I recommend it. Despite not being a capacitive screen, the feeling is quite similar. At the sound seems very sensible and pleasant. very light and fluid graphics. Consider not using GSM modem. It only Epad.
Summary: Bought mine on Black Friday sale for around 160 or so. I actually bought it for my wife under the pretense of her using it for an e-book but I think I have spent more time mastering Angry Birds on it. I have had very few problems with it as it is fast and stable. I have tried other- more expensive tablets but many of them lack the real buttons this one has. I also like the aspect ratio of the screen which is wider than most.
Summary: Purchased this for $165 (down from 229). I had low expectations (a similarly priced Archos Arnova was a disappointment). I was pleasantly surprised! It's a bit smaller than most tablets with the same screen size, and so it fits easily into my wife's purse. It's attractive, too--something I believe my wife appreciates more than I. The display is quite good, and it responds quickly, with nary a freeze-up so far.
Summary: i bought this about a month ago. 1st one i had to contact viewsonic support, which yes were morons but simply decided i had a malfunctioned tablet, returned back WITH NO HASSLE TO AMAZON...they immediatly shipped new one.... it's great !!!! It's my 1st tablet, did alot of research on which to get. My friend bought the amazon kindle fire and both agree this is WAYYY BETTER !!!!! feedback; chuck yuen...
Summary: Just purchased the Viewsonic 7e for just $ 170, probably the best tablet value in the market. I also ordered a keyboard case for about $ 15, but had to special order a female a/ male b 5 pin adapter to hook up the keyboard. I got the adapter for $ 1.10 each so I ordered two. You'll have to add a small piece of velcro to keep the case closed, but it is very compact.
Summary: After seen and using iPAds, iPad2s, Iconias, Asus, Galaxy Tab, this Viewpad 7e from Viewsonic Viewsonic V7E_1WNA1US7_01 ViewPad 7e 7-Inch Android 2.3 Gingerbread Tablet - White is the nicest fashion statement for less than $180 you can make during these holidays! I have used tablets and convertible tablets, for entertainment, reading ebooks and for teaching math and physics classes, and this is the nicest, coziest 7in tablet me and my family have ever had so far.
The best 7" Tablet / E-Reader Under $170-$200 with USB Hosting 11-21-2011
8 November 2011
Summary: Length:: 3:27 Mins The USB in the Viewpad 7E acting more like the 10" Toshiba Thrive ....ViewSonic roll out this 7" Tablet & E-Reader at the end of Oct.2011 for the economical consumer in mind..Run on Android 2.3 OS backed with 1 ghz Samsung A8 processor that is not Intel's Atom CPU as listed on the spec. / 512 memory Ram and 4gb of Flash support up-to 32 gb of add-in micro-sd card=36 gb of storage..
Best 7" Tablet/E-reader with Dual Cameras under $200
Chuck Yuen, Amazon
8 November 2011
Summary: Viewsonic put-out a nice low cost $200 Android 2.3 Tablet to Stand up against the Kindle Fire in October 2011.....The spec are decent including 1Ghz of Samsung Arm A8 processor with 4 gb of flash expandable to 36 gb(4Gb+32Gb)..512 mb memery ram ...Dual Cameras which only see on high end tablets cost over $300. plus Multi-Touch display , Micro-HDMI , with OTG USB hosting output for Keyboard Case and Mouse-Flash drive and USB Micro-SD cards like the Toshiba Thrive..
Summary: "Thought about getting an E pad for a while & read a lot of reviews. Saw the View Sonic & took the plunge, am so glad I did, its great! Easy to navigate round. very sleek but sturdy. Loads to download, Well worth the money. Go on go for it, sure you won't be sorry.