"Wonderful product, brilliant screen, easy controls"4.5 starson by Anysia
Pros: 32 gigs onboard means lots of room for audio/video/ebooks. Mini and full USB allows easy data transfer, and devices (external storage, card reader etc) to be used.
Cons: Charger cable rather short. No full sized SD card reader (not really a con, explained below)
Summary: Honeycomb is a great step up from Froyo or Gingerbread. As for Apps, There hasn't been anything I have needed that I couldn't find.Forgot to mention one thing: it charges up quickly. Let the battery get down to 17% and in a little over an hour, it was fully charged again.
The WiFi/3G model is perfect for me, to have mobile broadband, and the USB port allows me to preview photographs via a card reader. Now, it doesn't have a full sized SD card reader, but my camera uses compact flash, so I would have needed a card reader regardless.
Plays HD games without stalling or pausing.
As for it being the 'heaviest' tablet . well , like many Android devices, it has more hardware in it than the iPad, and has an anodized aluminum back, so of course it will be a bit heavier, and it's not as if it's going to give you a hernia carrying it around. (Also there are a few other tablets out there that are even heavier) At least it doesn't feel as if it's going to fly apart at the first sneeze, and can stand up to a few bumps along the way which is what I wanted in a tablet that won't be living a sheltered life.
Both WiFi and 3G connected without any trouble. Wifi signal stays strong and steady no matter where in the house.
I have read some of the other 'complaints' about this tablet and just don't get it. The complaints sound like it's faulty devices and should be exchanged for new ones. Just sayin'!
Updated on Sep 4, 2011