ViewSonic ViewPad 10
Dual-boots both Android and Windows 7.
Passable in Windows environment, just barely.
Dual-boot offers Android and Windows. Windows OS supports Flash.
Two operating systems for greater flexibility, Plenty of connectivity ports
Dual boot, multimedia, battery, connectivity
The dual operating system means you can choose between Windows 7 and Android 1.6...
Lacks physical controls or screen orientation; no Android Market; interface issues; network connectivity problems.
Android implementation is an utter debacle. Buyers should ignore it completely and stick with Windows. Buggy from front to back, and from boot to shutdown. Reviewer feels bad that someone may get fired because of this review.
Tablets aren't Windows friendly; you'll miss your keyboard and mouse. Android 2.2 isn't the tablet-specific Honeycomb, just scaled up smartphone software. No Android Marketplace. Button functions change depending on what application you're
Outdated Android experience, Terrible battery life, Confusing button layout
The lack of application store will frustrate manyLook and Feel...
By CNET Asia on June 27, 2011
Mixing a sluggish Windows tablet with an outdated Android one makes the Intel Atom-powered ViewSonic ViewPad 10 less than ideal for either OS....54
By eTech Reviews on June 13, 2011
ViewSonic has been making Windows-based tablet PCs since model year 2001, and that’s the reason why it would have been infuriating for them to see Apple iPad ruling their market in 2010. So, the company decided to do, what they must do and that is...-
By Wired on May 27, 2011
There’s a really famous road — maybe you know it. It’s paved with good intentions. And by now you should know all too well where it leads.It must have been aggravating for ViewSonic — which has made Windows-based tablet PCs since...20
By PC Mag on May 27, 2011
It may be priced competitively, but the ViewSonic ViewPad 10 it doesn't come close to competing with the best tablets available. Windows is crippled, Android is out of date, and the elegance promised by tablets is replaced with lumbering...40
By InfoWorld on May 10, 2011
You know the Reese's ad about how chocolate and peanut better go better together? I bet whoever came up with the ViewSonic ViewPad 10 had the same aspiration. The problem is this dual-OS tablet is not a delectable combination. Think creamed spinach...-
By PC Advisor on May 04, 2011
At £425, the ViewPad 10 is £26 more than an iPad 2, is heavier, with less than half the battery life and has an awkward dual-booting system. It may provide an opportunity for businesses to keep using their Windows software while exploring...60
By Phone Arena on April 01, 2011
Nowhere close to being in the forefront of the tablet space, the outdated and non-optimized Android experience with the ViewSonic ViewPad 10 is an appalling step backwards in the opposite direction that Google is taking their beloved platform. Though,...40
By LaptopMag on April 01, 2011
The $679 ViewPad 10 feels like ViewSonic took a Windows 7 tablet and decided to throw Android on at the last minute to give it greater consumer appeal. While the Windows 7 experience is passable, the Android implementation is pretty awful. You can't...30
By CIOL on February 01, 2011
Although, the tablet has excellent hardware with a great touch-screen display, it’s the dual-boot operating system that is the major advantage over competitors here. However, we barely used the Android operating system over windows as it provided...-
By Tech2 on January 18, 2011
The ViewSonic ViewPad 10 is a decent device that requires a lot of tweaking and work on it before it can be taken seriously. Priced at Rs. 38,000, it goes head on against a similarly priced Apple iPad. It’s possible to get an 64GB Apple iPad in...60