Netbook Navigator Nav 9

  • Netbook Navigator Nav 9
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Pros:

  • Pinch to zoom works fairly well, Built-in webcam, Three USB ports, Case, car charger, VGA adapter, and SD card included
  • One of the first Win 7 slates out there, Good selection of ports, Builtin 3G module option

Cons:

  • Resistive touch screen not very accurate, No accelerometer, Sluggish performance, Short battery life, Stylus can't be stowed inside the tablet
  • Poor battery life, Resistive touchscreen, terrible LCD quality, Uses older Atom processor

Expert reviews and ratings

By liliputing.com on

The Netbook Navigator Nav9 tablet represents an interesting attempt to take the basic components of a netbook and throw them in a slate PC. Unfortunately it falls short of its promise in several areas.First, the Nav9 lacks some of the features I would...

By LaptopMag on 30

This Windows enterprise tablet is marred by short battery life, a lackluster resistive touchscreen, and a high...

By Engadget on 40

Smack on the front of the Nav 9's box it says "the future of mobile computing." Sadly, the Nav 9 is the direct opposite of that. The tablet uses outdated netbook parts and a display that's just unacceptable by today's standards. As for its...

By techcrunch.com on

The questions that needs to be answered, of course, are “is a Windows 7 tablet right for you?” and “what does this tablet offer that others don’t?” To the first, I would would say probably not; a 7 tablet is more aimed at...