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Pros: This is something that I forgot to add in my original review...
Cons: I think is worth only a half-egg dock, so my two reviews average out to 4.5 eggs. The camera 2MP is really not very good, I have used 1.5MP cameras more than ten years ago that were better. Pictures/video taken only a few feet away are very grainy, like they're only using 256 colors. Not a game-stopper, but still disappointing.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Tablet attaches magnetically to the keyboard very nicely, and the keyboard is easy to use, even in light of it's small size. I love that it has a standard sized trackpad and mouse buttons on it. Has plenty of CPU power to it and runs Office well. Micro SD card snaps into place nice, tight and flush, so no worries about losing it accidentally.
It's awesome to have a tablet that easily, and seamlessly, integrates with my home network.
Battery life is excellent. I haven't tested it extensively, but the first day I had it I used it constantly for six hours and still had 24% power left.
Plays .MP4 and .MKV video files with no stuttering.
Cons: My only real annoyance is that this came with Office 365, rather than a more standard Office 2013. For somebody who only uses Office VERY sporadically, or only uses a very limited part of the package, Office 365's subscription prices are terrible.
Other Thoughts: ~ Would be nice to have a dedicated spot for a stylus. Even though 10.1" is huge for a tablet, those touchy spots are still pretty small for big fingers.
~ Would be incredibly welcome if the area around the trackpad had separate swipe-bars for horizontal and vertical scrolling.
Pros: I bought three of these back in 2011 and all three are still working fine.
Cons: Operationally, none.
Other Thoughts: No idea what the size limitations on the SD cards that it will read, and I don't currently have anything bigger than 4GB to test it on. I'd like to buy a 32GB SD or MicroSD to use, but don't know if it will work.READ FULL REVIEW