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 The tablet uses outdated netbook parts and a display that's just unacceptable by today's standards.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...