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Tega V2

alaTest has collected and analyzed 2 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the touch screen. The responsiveness is also mentioned favorably, whereas some have doubts about the battery and value for money.

portability, responsiveness, touch screen

value for money, battery

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Tegatech Tega v2 review

 

We haven't seen many -- okay, any -- Windows 7 slates from major manufactures (i.e. HP, Lenovo, ASUS) like Steve Ballmer promised back in July, but one thing is for certain, smaller companies aren't just sitting around waiting for the other shoe, er...

Comparatively very thin and light ; Responsive capacitive touchscreen ; Built-in accelerometer

Expensive ; Sad battery life ; Windows 7 touch layer doesn't add much

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Tega v2 review – is this the dual boot tablet PC you wanted?

 

There are not too many Windows 7 tablet PCs available on the market right now, especially from known brands like HP, ASUS or Lenovo. But there are from small companies, like Tegatech's Tega v2. This 10.1 ...

Decent performance but with a slightly big price for it, 799$. If you really need or want a Windows 7 tablet, this could be a good choice. But if you only want a good touch tablet… I advise you to search better, for an Android based device, maybe next...

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