I just wanted to test my new little portable 100$ PC with some PC games. So I installed steam and uploaded some game from my library: - Skyrim: didn't want to pass the NEW game button without a mouse connected with the OTG cable. After that, I tested it with low settings and the native tablet resolution and it worked well but barely fluid (8-15 FPS), If someone can let me know how to force a lower resolution (less then the minimum that the tablet gave me : 1024x768) I will gladly try it again with 800x600 or lower. - Silent Hunter 3: same, the touch didn't work alone, only with a mouse connected. I unchecked the "use high res texture" and the game run pretty good and is still gorgeous. Another advantage is that it is playable with a mouse only, so you just need the mouse to enjoy it. - Sid Meir Ace Patrol; worked flawlessly with touch screen technology. (but it is a game for this tech) - good old Janes 688i hunter killer with Steam worked also flawlessly and even with just touch screen available! now some + and - : + Plays rather well any 3-5 years old PC games! + Mouse connected with OTG is recognized immediately and worked very well (and much better than your big fingers with such a little screen and little texts!) + So cool to get the portability, the power and the vast softwares/games of the windows plateform for just 100 bucks!!! take that Android with your dumb down games/softwares!! ---------- - 7 inch Screen with high native resolution makes touch navigation difficult and cumbersome with Windows complexity (small texts, icons, lots of informations etc...) - A lot of PC games will require a mouse and sometimes keyboard to play well. so it it not as portable as it could. - Sound jack gets hardware ambiant sounds which make you want to invest in a bluetooth headphone or a BT receiver for your favourite headphone (mine is already ordered!) - The native 20 gb left on your internal card even with another 32/64 SD card will quickly fill up with usually larger PC games 2-10 GB (Skyrim basic takes up 8 Gigs on its own)... - 1 GB of ram is a real downer, they really could have done better on this chapter. I already added 4 Gb of virtual ram (slower) just to make sure few games will run at all. - Battery is ok for normal utilisation but drains quickly with intensive 3D games or HD videos. Anyway, with all it's limitation I don't regret my 100$ impulse! HP is really digging a white shark mouth's bite into the Android market with this one, and if not yet perfect yet, the next generation of this tablet could become the definite android killer.