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In the box: The epad, manual, power supply unit, UK plug adaptor, Black slip case, earphones, stylus and a Christmas air freshener. Android 2.1 with the latest patches is installed - check  for details. It must be pointed out there is no Adobe Flash support. You will need Android 2.2 or above.
The manual: Having never used android or this form-factor of PC, I read the manual first. Unfortunately it appears to have been directly translated from Chinese with minimal editing to make it `understandable' for English speakers. Saying that, it did not take long to familiarise myself with the buttons, ports and the basic usage.
The ePad: Measuring 10.1" by 7" (268mm by 179mm) and weighing approx. 19oz (535gm). The screen has a visable screen area of 8.75" by 4.8" ( 223mm by 125mm). The device feels comfortable in the hand without being heavy. The boot time is a little long but once loaded everything seemed fine. The Android UI is fairly intuitive however it would have been nice to have some basic instructions regarding creating shortcuts. The `settings' App was easy to use and I had the ePad attached to my Wi-Fi in a couple of minutes, I have also attached it to the Wi-Fi at work so that it switches between the two smoothly. Connecting to Email, IM and using the browser was simple and worked first time. By default, Android is configures with five home screens for your Apps, I have reduce this to three to make life easier. You can increase the number of icons per home screen within the settings app. The Android Market is easy to use and finding/downloading new apps is easy, as is removing them. The supplied apps will cover most peoples' requirements: Facebook, YouTube, and Skype. There does appear to be some duplication: two office Apps, two gallery Apps, but these can be tidied up. I have downloaded a couple of games, Yahoo Messenger, IM+, IMDB, Wi-Fi Switch - saves power, Toggle Screen , TuneIn Radio, TripAdvisor , UK Newspapers and Kindle. I have also created shortcuts to my favourite websites so I can do most things from the home screens.
Problems: The problems I found are not major and can be worked around: The touch screen is not overly responsive with no multi-touch but a little patience goes a long way. The onscreen keyboard is usable but I find swapping between keyboard layouts (Caps, numeric etc.) a pain. So I invested £22 in a Keyboard-case. If you are going to download a lot of Apps or content you will need to add a TF memory card: TransFlash = MicroSD. As this is touchscreen it suffers from sticky finger marks, I invested in a good screen cleaner and will be getting a screen protector. There is no 3G on this model, but it can take 3g dongles and I will probably invest in this soon.
Still to try: I am yet to transfer video to the TF card, but it handles streaming well and the music files I transferred worked. The Citrix client is un-tested as I am awaiting permission to connect to the company LAN.
Conclusions: I purchased this as a technology test box, being a third of the price of an iPad, in a word: bargin! But, as always, you get what you pay for. The machine is usable and covers most of my computer based entertainment needs, I am still to be convinced the form-factor can be used productively but I will keep trying. Over all I am pleased with it and think of it as a good investment. I do not think it will replace my Notebook PC just yet, however integrates into my life for niche requirements: e.g. reading books on the train. So for those of you that want an entertainment device with Wi-Fi connectivity for email & IM, it is well worth considering.