The Slate is essentially a "whole PC," capable of running software such as Microsoft Office, Google Chrome, and Adobe Flash. That comes with a major caveat, though. While there is arguably a higher degree of functionality, performance is sacrificed. For instance, the reviewer noted lengthy OS load times. Because of that, Conecti.ca believes the Slate is more of a netbook alternative than an iPad killer.
You can read the full five paragraph hands-on summary of the Slate here, or check out our comparison table of 2010's hottest tablets here.