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Headline The Next5 offers decent stylus input, but the rest of the tablet experience is deeply flawed

Android tablets that have both pen and finger input are rare, which is why EFun's Next5 tablet--and its $299 price--were initially intriguing. However, this slate's sluggish performance, woefully inaccurate touchscreen, and cheap design make it a poor option for users looking for a versatile 7-inch tablet. If you absolutely must have a tablet with pen input, save up for the EVO View 4G or the HTC Flyer. But buying the EFun Next5 would be like throwing your money away.