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Engadget

Another as-good-as-it-is-gonna-get Windows 7 slate

Tegatech TEGA v2

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Yet again, we're torn on another Windows 7 slate. At the end of the day, the Tega v2 is a decent tablet in terms of hardware, though for $799 it's more expensive than the $499 2goPad. That extra cash does happen to buy you a thinner and better feeling product with an SSD and Android, but even when you put the money aside, it still doesn't change the fact that we're just having a hard time suggesting you get any of these tablets at the moment -- the Windows touch layers aren't all that compelling and the battery life, well... it's borderline tragic. We'll continue to kneel by our bed at night and pray that better hardware and software improvements arrive soon.

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Yet again, we're torn on another Windows 7 slate. At the end of the day, the Tega v2 is a decent tablet in terms of hardware, though for $799 it's more expensive than the $499 2goPad. That extra cash does happen to buy you a thinner and better feeling product with an SSD and Android, but even when you put the money aside, it still doesn't change the fact that we're just having a hard time suggesting you get any of these tablets at the moment -- the Windows touch layers aren't all that compelling and the battery life, well... it's borderline tragic. We'll continue to kneel by our bed at night and pray that better hardware and software improvements arrive soon.

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