Android and Windows operating systems available without dual-booting, Swype keyboard is intuitive and fast.
Less expensive than the iPad or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1...
Touch screen is glitchy, Limited storage space, Mediocre battery life, Gets hot.
At times sluggish performance, fiddly navigation and a lack of customisable Android charmLook and Feel...
By PC Mag on November 28, 2011
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10pro tablet offers some nice touches, like Android accessibility within Windows 7 and a slick new keyboard from Swype, but flaws like limited storage space and an unresponsive touch screen can't be overlooked....50
By itreviews.com on September 22, 2011
We really like the idea of having both Android and Windows on the same tablet, but we aren't sure ViewSonic has quite got everything right here. We want the full Android Market for sure, and better battery life too. And with Android Honeycomb out...60
By 3G UK on September 15, 2011
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10pro is a tablet that just doesn't quite know what it is - tablet or laptop. It's heavier than your average tablet, yet lighter than a laptop. If portability is key, this won't be the device for you. However, business...50
By Mobile Choice on September 14, 2011
A tablet suffering from an identity crisis but a middle ground for the business user who can’t let go of his/her laptop...40
By Computerworld on September 09, 2011
At $700, including Windows 7 Professional and 32GB of flash storage, the ViewPad 10pro that I looked at is expensive compared to a similarly equipped Samsung Galaxy Tab or iPad 2. ViewSonic also sells a $600 model with Windows 7 Home Premium and 16GB...-
By TechRadar on September 05, 2011
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10Pro has a confusing name, operates much like a Microsoft Tablet PC from years ago and, while the concept of a "dual boot" tablet sounds appealing, it actually just runs Android 2.2 in Windows 7.However, the ViewPad 10Pro has a...30
By ZDNet UK on September 02, 2011
The idea of a dual-OS Windows 7/Android tablet is alluring, and the way that the ViewPad 10pro runs Android from within Windows is impressive. Still, there are some serious issues. We found the highly reflective screen difficult to see in bright...69
By Hifitest.de on May 07, 2012
Das ViewPad 10pro ist weniger gelungen als sein kleiner Bruder aus der Oberklasse. Wer es jedoch unbedingt braucht, hat mit dem Viewsonic-Tablet immer ein Windowsgerät dabei und kann bei Bedarf auf eine bewährte Android- Installation...100