Originally Posted by Robilar
Based on what?
I had one and returned it.
No Micro SD slot, no DLNA support, no HDMI out (or dongle/MHL support) and shoddy build quality (I had a raised screen on mine).Also the only way you can use external storage (USB or Hard Drive) via the OTG port is to root it.
When the AT270 goes on sale again for $299 (and it will from what Toshiba told me), it will again be a far superior tablet for only $40 more...
Acer is releasing the A110 in about 2 weeks that is also going to be a competitor. Mind you we have no details on it's battery life as yet. Slightly lower res screen but same cpu, micro SD, HDMI out and USB OTG support out of the box all for $199.
The Nexus 7 is $260 for a 16GB unit. I'd much rather a $200 8 GB unit and buy 3 - 32 GB Micro SD cards for $18 each.
You don't have to root the Nexus 7 to use the OTG cable and a flash drive!
At the most, you just need to get the "Nexus Media Importer"
form the Google Play Store
My Nexus 7 Quadrant Standard Bench results!Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
Edited by ACHILEE5 - 1/15/13 at 9:58am