I haven't had to use a app killer on the Samsung Galaxy or my G10 or G11. As for cherish well its a
device. I cherished my wife (ex) A joke, a joke. There is nothing wrong with the Rocktab. Its stable
and while its hardware specs are lower end. Devices like the Wits A81 e which costs more and has more
ram has caused some buyers all kinds of headaches.
The Viewsonic seen here: http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-20025318-1.html
while having decent hardware specs like the Wits, and others fall down because of the
way Android is fitted. Key is that it can be updated and its 2.1. Look the Rocktab is a decent
value at $129.00. At; $169.00, no. Further when compared to MID's with a RK2818 and 256 ram.
Its slower even if more stable. Android 2.1 and faster more capable processors. I liked Windows 95
which is comparable to Android 1.5 in some ways. Its still fine but I wouldn't suggest it as a current OS.
My comments ended with you won't go wrong with a Rocktab. Those with basic needs will dig
the Tab and its been advertised as a starter budget pad. Again at its pre-sale price a decent value
but compared at its current $169.99 against pads like the Archos 7 at $199.00 and other sellers
with devices with more ram and better processors its not so much.