incrediBILL - 12:08 am on Aug 17, 2012 (gmt 0)
they do not want to know if it breaks or develops a problem of any sort
That's fine because it's priced to be disposable unlike the iPad.
By the time it breaks hopefully a new version will be available for purchase.
FWIW, it was rated 7 out of 10 by iFixit for repairability.
Compare to Kindle Fire at an 8 and an iPad at 2.
They claim you could at least replace the battery if you really wanted to which is the single most likely component to fail.
Besides, according to the Nexus 7 info you would know Google kicks it back to Asus for repairs, they just brand it, sell it and abandon it.
the NY Times reviewer dinged it: grossly large file sizes.
He's an idiot - let him carry paper maps.
Yes, I have maps, but I prefer using it on my phone which is smaller to carry :) No, I haven't actually tried the offline option yet but if I get into terrain with spotty connections I may some day.