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Viewsonic G-Tablet with 10″ Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2
[rating:3.7/5]

Features:

  • CPU: Nvidia Tegra 2 T20 Dual cortex A9(1Ghz) OS: Android OS 2.2
  • Browser: Android Browser Adobe Flash support
  • Video Support: MPEG-4/H.264/VC-1,1080P Multitasking Multitouch
  • Webcam No Phone support No I/O: 1 mini USB,1 mini HDMI Base Storage 16G
  • Expandable memory: Micro SD card slot support up to 32 GB Sensors:

List price:$499.99
Average Rate:3.7 out of 5 (104 total Customer Reviews)

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Description:
Tablet with 10” Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2 Wireless: WiFi 802.11 b/g,Bluetooth Battery life 8-12 hrs (mixed mode) Language support: English, French, German,Japanese, Korean, Dutch,Italian, Spanish, Greek, Russian,Portugal, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese Screen: Arsenic-free display glass, BFR free, Mercury-free LCD display, PVC-free , Recyclable aluminum and glass enclosure Packaging: Power Adapter, Documentation Accessories: Adapter, Mini USB cable, Adapter

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7 Responses to “Viewsonic G-Tablet with 10″ Multi-Touch LCD Screen, Android OS 2.2”

  1. Philip Bailey

    Rate:5.0 out of 5 stars
    I’ve had the gtablet for almost 2 weeks now I have to admit that I love it, I read reviews both positive and negative, mostly negative issues had to do with the TnT overlay, well since the last update in December this tablet just hums along. I’m a newbie to the Android world, so I’m working around that as well. I did have apple products and I must say this Android OS is very responsive and no troubles at all. This tablet had all that I was looking for, port’s, camera, etc. more then the Ipad. I think the choice I made was an excellent one, I honestly enjoy my gtablet and look forward to many years of enjoyment.

  2. Jack Nicholais

    Rate:4.0 out of 5 stars
    I purchased this tablet from Sears today and have been using it for over six hours now with NO problems. Out of the box and paired with my router, which was no problem at all, it updated everything that was needed. I was kinda shy in buying this after reading ratings for the last 3 days, and I mean MANY reviews. Because of the update on 12/22 I took a chance. The viewing angle..whom cares you look head on don’t you? It is crisp in color etc. It is a fingerprint magnet but again, who cares. I download a number of apps and they all work. It has many already on the tablet and I who own 3 laptops and a netbook find that I probably will use this the most. Sound is not bad, camera is low in quality but with the USB port I’m going to try and see if I can get my web cams working on it. The SD slot is a great gift and I hooked it up to my computer and transferred files and pictures with some videos. I really think the company is going to fix whatever bugs it has but so far I don’t have any. The TAP screen people have said it is hard to use, I find it sensitive to the point that sometimes I’m off somewhere else. I also have an iPad and believe it or not, like this better, I got FLASH from a download. I purchased a case from Sears and for $6 it is really not to shabby. The tablet is quick and no lag time. There was no need to download any ROM, they really got their S%$#$# together and I think it will only get better. The battery life is fine for me, so far 5 hours and no problem. I’m going to see about downloading some word programs etc. and see if I can hook a printer up to it. The ports, SD slot etc. are great. Fingerprints….got them too on the iPad, who cares…. Buy it now!

  3. John Bowden

    Rate:4.0 out of 5 stars
    Full review can be found at […]

  4. Craig Peters "www.lohad.com"

    Rate:4.0 out of 5 stars
    All my research on tablets at the time I bought this (Fall of 2010) told me this was THE tablet to get: I was especially wanting a 10-inch screen, and I’ve been very happy with my ViewSonic monitor (love the iPod doc and three USB ports in the monitor base, but that’s another review), so this seemed like a no-brainer.

  5. zerospace

    Rate:5.0 out of 5 stars
    I did mountains of research on android and windows tablets before buying the G-Tablet. In fact, I had resolved to wait for this Spring’s deluge of awesomeness (and likely accompanied by equally jaw-dropping price tags) in the tablet market. The Xoom price and linkage to Verizon put me off, though.

  6. Sammy Pie "Big"

    Rate:1.0 out of 5 stars
    The hardware spec sheet looked so great that I was convinced to snatch one up. Upon unpacking and using (should I say “trying to use”?) it for a week, here are my findings.

  7. G. Niblock

    Rate:5.0 out of 5 stars
    Viewsonic has recently updated (mine was updated yesterday 12-23-2010) the software and added functionality to their G-Tablet which now makes this little tablet computer a complete winner. If you are interested in a 10″ tablet, get this one asap. I’ve played with all three major tablets, Ipad, Samsung Galaxy Tab and Viewsonic. The Viewsonic competes or beats all three in almost every category. The biggest rap against the G-tab is probably the viewing angle on the screen. You pretty much have to be right in front of it to see the screen clearly. But overall you can go where you want to go and have a great internet experience with the G-Tablet.

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