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|Tablet personal computers weren't initially intended as standalone systems - they had been aimed at people today searching for a secondary, extra transportable gadget. However, the gap is rapidly narrowing amongst tablets and conventional computer systems. The Asus Eee Pad, as an example, includes a unique Transformer keyboard dock which transforms the tablet right into a netbook laptop So you can use it as being a tablet when that suits (e.g. in class) but make it additional like a common laptop when that is definitely a lot more desirable - by way of example, when you're at your desk creating essays. |
Perhaps the biggest competitor to the T300 is the iPad tablet. The biggest difference between the two tablets is the price. The T300 can be found for around $370-$400 while a comparable iPad model costs over $599. However, the T300 does not have a cellular hookup while more expensive iPad models do. This one difference may be a deal breaker for those seeking a tablet that works with their cellular network. On the other hand, the iPad tablets lack support for external memory cards and cannot be upgraded with more memory. IPad tablet users also must use Appleâ€™s iTunes for all apps.
The feel of this gadget is also different from ordinary pen tablets available in the market. You can get a nice and smooth feel when you write something. Foot print present in the bamboo helps in getting the actions done quickly and the function keys present at the top makes the pen tablet easily accessible. A scroll wheel is available in the machine which helps in easy zoom in and out functions. You can store the stylus in the stand provided and the machine is battery free as well. Price may vary from country to country and the latest price was $69.99 in august.
The Surface Pro offers some other very compelling advances in tablet technology. This is the first tablet to use a genuine Intel processor that can support full scale software programs. Much like with a PC/Laptop, one can install any piece of software. Users are not relegated to mostly apps. There are many great apps out there, but often the functionality of apps is not sufficient when compared to a full version program. For those that really need to use Microsoft Office and other programs, the existing tablets have been limiting. MS is now creating a niche where a tablet can run full software applications.
The downsides of the Surface are in the eye of the beholder. Battery life is stated to be somewhere about 4 hours, maybe less. This rivals laptops, not tablets. Tablets offer about 8-10 hours of battery life. Is this compromise a deal breaker in education? The Surface is a bit heavier than the usual tablet, but not more so than a laptop/netbook. It seems like the weight issue could be more of a red herring than a genuine limitation. Surely lighter is preferable, but realistically the device weight is far from burdensome.
Why A Tablet PC Laptop Over A Standard Laptop?
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