The ViewSonic G Tablet is a relatively affordable ($400) Android 2.2 tablet sporting a whopping 10-inch capacitive touch screen.
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In order to stretch the Android interface to fill the 1,024x600-pixel resolution screen, ViewSonic skinned the OS to appear like a dashboard, with apps running across the bottom.
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The bottom of the ViewSonic G Tablet includes a docking port for optional HDMI and audio adapters.
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The left side of the ViewSonic G Tablet offers a power button, a covered microSD and USB host port, a Mini-USB sync port, speaker (one of two) headphone jack, and power adapter socket.
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The ViewSonic G Tablet's 10.1-inch screen (left) is a slightly different aspect ratio than the iPad (right) and towers over the Samsung Galaxy Tab (top).
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The ViewSonic G Tablet comes with a USB sync cable and power adapter. The power adapter is a necessary evil, since the tablet will not recharge over USB.
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In order to better facilitate thumb typing on its wide-screen display, the ViewSonic G Tablet smartly splits the QWERTY keyboard into two sections. It takes some adjusting, but it's better than many touch-screen Android keyboards we've tested.
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