Theis cheaper version of the , obviously the Galaxy Tab is a better machine, but its significantly more expensive. This is a you get what you pay for situations, the ViewPad is a great machine, I’m in love with it, if I didn’t need HD in my life then I would probably pick up the ViewPad over the Galaxy Tab any day. But I shoot video in HD and I am what is called a Super User, I produce content and consume content more deeply then your average Joe. If I’m an average user who is looks for a reasonably priced on the go device that lets you watch HQ YouTube rather then HD YouTube content the you might want to grab the ViewPad 7. The machine gets high marks for full Android Market access, a cool design, and enough power for 7 hours of use per charge. One bad thing compared to the Galaxy Tab is the screen resolution of the ViewPad 7, which is 800 x 480 compared, to the 1024 x 600 on the Tab. However, the resolution makes apps designed for smartphones look good on the screen.
If you are looking to pick up a top notch 7 inch android tablet the Galaxy Tab still wins for its higher resolution screen, faster processor, and better software. But if you don’t need high performance and don’t mind waiting a few seconds for pictures to come into focus or programs to load then the ViewPad with its lower price is a very attractive tablet indeed.
Here is our hands on and walk through so you can see for your self how the tablet performs, we even getting into a MMOG so really, its not too shabby!