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HD video recording.
Scribe Works Very Well.
Superb Browsing Experience.
Excellent Audio Quality.
Great for Reading eBooks.
Excellent construction quality.
Pen works beautifully and SenseUI 3.0 is really slick.
Great for watching videos and playing games on the 7 in screen.
Write, draw, annotate and sign digital documents with the Magic Pen.
Full featured, if not very powerful.
Pleasant interface as long as you don’t use the stylus.
Nice aluminum unibody.
Attractive user interface and widgets, bundled case (some markets).
Cool pen functionality.
Solid industrial design.
Mesmerizing and high quality display.
Latest version of Sense UI.
Small and thick.
Isn't running Google's Android 3.0 tablet OS.
Its most distinctive feature.
The Magic Pen.
May not come included and is expensive to replace.
OS is Buggy.
Average Battery Life.
Based on older Android 2.x platform.
Many apps don't scale too well.
A tad heavy.
Poor WiFi detection.
Not particularly fast or particularly cheap.
Stylus is a frivolous gimmick.
Nowhere to dock stylus without case.
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