The Viewsonic 7 also sports a built-in G-sensor, ambient light sensor and an accelerometer. Putting some light on the other features you would be surprised to point out the HDMI port and HSPA+ support which makes the tablet well deserved for the 7 inch experience of the Honeycomb. Where the ViewPad is successful is in supporting Document-to-go application to view and make changes in your files while in a hurry (Ms Word, Ms Excel, Ms Power point and PDF files), it also gives a hand to travellers with a GPS and E-Compass, and can function as a Sat Nav if you purchase the appropriate software from the Android Market.
The drawbacks to the ViewPad 7 are a quite bothersome, like the slow speed of the processor, poor screen brightness adjustment for reading an e-book and short battery life. Although it can be also used as a phone, the size of the device makes this useful in emergency situations only unless you pair it with a wired or bluetooth headset.
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