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Comparatively very thin and light, Responsive capacitive touchscreen, Builtin accelerometer
Expensive, Sad battery life, Windows 7 touch layer doesn't add much
By Engadget on October 20, 2010
Yet again, we're torn on another Windows 7 slate. At the end of the day, the Tega v2 is a decent tablet in terms of hardware, though for $799 it's more expensive than the $499 2goPad. That extra cash does happen to buy you a thinner and better...
By DigitalReviews on October 17, 2010
In this review I have mainly highlighted the differences with the original TEGA and ask you to refer to our original review for the background material. You can find this here.We've been reviewing quite a few products from the house of Tegatech over...
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