Our friend Avram Piltch from Laptop Mag got his hands on a CTL 2goPad SL10 and put it through its paces. The Windows slate sounds good on paper, but there are a lot of ‘gotchas’ with this $499 device.
The biggest problems Avram seemed to run into with this device are its short battery life and poor touchscreen experience.
For $499, the 2goPad is a more compelling Windows slate than the Netbook Navigator Nav 9 or the Archos 9PCTablet, but that’s not saying a lot. Sure, its capacitive touchscreen provides better accuracy than those slates’ resistive panels, and it video conferences quite well. However, this tablet’s short battery life and heavy weight make this a poor device for media consumption.
Read the full review over at LaptopMag.com
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