Incorporates a keyboard.
Good battery life.
Inputting and editing text is simply brilliant.
Screen is sharp and colorful.
Seemless transition between work and play.
MicroSD card slot.
Latest version of Honeycomb.
Built-in QWERTY keyboard slides out.
Subtle interface tweaks to Android 3.2.
Full size USB port.
All-in-one design means no dragging parts along.
Elegant design and 30% or more lighter than netbooks.
Slide out keyboard.
Increased productivity with the keyboard.
Full-sized USB port.
Good build quality.
Extremely bulky and heavy.
Inconvenient positioning of its speakers.
Touch-screen can be temperamental.
Heavier and thicker than other 10-inch tablets.
No LED flash on the camera means no nighttime picture.
Power button is in awkward spot.
Heavy for a tablet.
Less versatile for those who want to sometimes use the device just as a tablet minus keyboard.
Sound not that good.
Extra weight because of keyboard.
Heavy and chunky due to the built-in keyboard.
By Phone Arena on February 08, 2012
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By PCQuest on February 02, 2012
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By liliputing.com on December 28, 2011
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By Fudzilla on December 26, 2011
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By ZDNet UK on November 24, 2011
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By CNET Australia on November 21, 2011
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