Hi I came from XDA forums here looking for other tablets and realized that my tablet is not even on this forum. My tablet of course is the Viewsonic G Tablet(below). For those unfamiliar with the Viewsonic G Tablet here is a picture of it. Specifications: Processor: 1GHz NVIDIA Tegra 2 - Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU RAM: 512MB DRR Memory/Storage: 16GB internal memory (expandable up to 32GB via Micro SD Card) OS: Google Android 2.2 Froyo Screen: 10.1" Capacitive LCD with LED driver system and 1024x600 resolution Graphics and Video Support: NVIDIA Tegra 2 OpenGL ES 2.0 32-bit LP-DDR2, DDR2 S1080p H.264/H.263/ VC-1/MPEG-2/4/WMV9/DiVX 4/5 Video Decode 1080p H.264/MPEG-4 Video Encode Supports multi-standard audio formats, including AAC, AMR, WMA, and MP3 1.3-megapixel front facing camera Networking: WiFi : 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth: Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR Connections: USB 2.0 (Slave) Mini USB 2.0 (Host) 3.5mm stereo headphone Micro SD Dock for HDMI/Headphone/USB (optional) DC Input (Power) Battery: 3650mAh Li-ion polymer battery (10-12 hours of battery use) Those specs are from the Viewsonic website. The Pros: Great battery life, active development and support, both from manufacturer and owners/hackers. Speedy, responsive capacitive touchscreen, 10" display, Nvidia Tegra 2! Full Adobe Flash! Cons: Some bad viewing angles, speakers aren't that loud. From what I can understand the G or Accelerometer sensor is having some software problems which makes it stuck on 1 axis. From my experience: I bought it after falling for the Android Tablet hype earlier this year. I already loved android and having something big which I can use my Documents2Go at school and do online homework at school without carrying a lumpy laptop and back pack to school seemed like a good idea. I was doing research for over a month and stumbled onto XDA where the community took off with the Viewsonic G Tablet. After I saw their work I immediately saw through the jewel the G Tablet was. I purchased it and tried my hand at rooting and flashing immediately. I bricked it and returned it in exchange for a new one which was on sale for $350 at the time and got a $30 return. (I bricked it because I decided to skip some steps on the flash procedure and nothing I did afterwards fixed it. This includes the infamous Nvflash via PC.) On my second tablet I followed all the steps and did all the trouble shooting and got it to work without a problem. Some really awesome things about it: Gmote: It is beastly on this tablet. Since it is a 10" screen the virtual keyboard feels like an actual keyboard. This is so nice when i Gmote my G Tablet to my HP laptop onto my 46" HD LCD TV via HDMI out(1080p). Flash: I can finally watch and read my favorite mangas and animes on the go, at home, at school or anywhere there is wifi! Adhoc: What can I say? I wifi tether my old G1 to my tablet and surf the net anywhere. Yesterday at work I was online all day with my G1 in my office hotspotting me. I must have used it for over 4 hours and the battery barely faded from 100% to 93% by the time I left. Documents2Go(Paid): I love to write down ideas whenever I get them, I used to use my G1 for this but the small screen kinda make it feel watered down. Now I can read everything I write vividly. Angry Birds: LMAO! Google Voice: Makes it crazy to text on this big thing. LOL! Pretty cool to use it to text.