Updated on:Oct 28, 2016
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At £150, the ViewSonic ViewPad 7e is a low-priced 7-inch Android 2.3 tablet that some might find appealing if only for the flexibility it affords. Similar to the BlackBerry PlayBook in size, with a passing nod to the upcoming (but still not available in the UK) Amazon Kindle Fire, the ViewPad 7e is not nearly as user-friendly. Some apps, including those from Google, are noticeably not available. At the same time, by offering only the basic ...
Pros: Runs reasonably fast, Light and portable, Low price, Responsive touchscreen, Good bundled apps,
Cons: Screen looks dim, Poor cameras, No Android 3.2, Confusing UI add-ons, Some missing Google apps,
Overall User Rating (2.8 Out of 5 based on 20 ratings)
Overall: I bought this tablet for my wife, primarily because this has the Amazon Kindle app integrated with it. While this is not a "great" product, it provides good value for its price. The touchscreen is resistive, which obviously does not feel as smooth as a capacitive touchscreen. Also, you cannot access the Android Market place from this device - you need to get apps from the 1Mobile marketplace. The startup time is decent, and the applications generally run smooth. Overall a decent cheap tablet.