"Better than HoneyComb"5.0 starson by paulbrous
Pros: small (portability and typing), portable, Android 2.2, pen input, Sprint Data
Cons: small - screen size
Summary: Well I have been in the market for a tablet for a while, and I looked at everything.And I had the opportunity to pick one of these up through Sprint, so I figured I would try it out. I was looking at the Ipad and the Xoom, but because I need the open interface of android, ftp, printer server apps, etc. I decided to go with android. The major gripe I heard form Honey comb/ Xoom users was no actual GPS and no Netflix. Well because this runs an upgraded version of 2.2 you get Netfix and because it is from a phone distributer you get an actual GPS not AGPS. It has worked flawlessly plus I like the fact I can throw it in my cargo pocket or jacket pocket and go. The screen is a little small when running a remote desktop app but other than that the screen is good. I like that you can type easily in portrait mode as well.