Four problems identified by Early-Adopters
1) Apart from the GoPad’s “It looks too geeky” problem, the main complaint from users was that neckstrap pressure made it uncomfortable to wear for long periods.
2) Another ergonomic problem (which is evident in this photo) was that the neckstrap cords partially obstructed side-access to the touchscreen.
3) First-generation GoPads were installed by gripping the tablet with clamps and users wanted a more elegant solution.
4) They also expressed concerns that
the tablet needed better protection for use on hazardous job sites.