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The Asus T300 tablet is a solid, fairly inexpensive model that can meet the needs of most users. While the unit is aimed at middle of the road tablet users, it can hold its own with most Android Apps. The support for up to date Android OS versions is a major plus for future upgrades. The ability to add more memory and to enhance the tablet with a keyboard helps the tablet standout in crowded market. On the other hand, lack of a wide range of tablet compatible Android Apps can be a problem. Fortunately more developers are creating apps with tablets in mind.
Chances are the only â€œtabletâ€ youâ€™ve seen is the iPad. Apple hit the ground running with the first mass produced â€œtabletâ€. However, they werenâ€™t the only one with the idea. Samsung has recently release a slew of different sized tablets with their â€œ Galaxy Tab â€ series, which runs off Googleâ€™s Android OS like many smartphones. HP has plans to release some â€œtabsâ€ into the wild with their newly acquired Palm Web OS 2.0 system. Of course there have been many devices released running Microsoftâ€™s Windows 7, but they have bigger plans for the market with their just released Windows Phone 7 OS.
Students have been reticent to switch from laptops to tablet devices. Although tablets offer enhanced portability, attractive user interfaces, and touch screens, these features are not nearly enough to counterbalance the loss in productivity when compared to a laptop. Students need to consume information and to create content. Typing on glass is too inefficient to be useful to students. Additionally, students need productivity applications such as Word and Excel. Hence, tablets have carved out a very tiny niche in the education space. Despite the flurry of media messages about tablets in schools, the sales of tablets are fractional when compared to laptops and PCs.
Is A Tablet PC Right For You?
Surface Pro is an easier recommendation simply because you donâ€™t have to wait for the Windows ecosystem to mature, you can already run all of your existing PC apps on the platform and itâ€™s competitive with other Ultrabooks in terms of performance. If youâ€™re shopping for an Ultrabook today and want that tablet experience as well, Surface Pro really is the best and only choice on the market. If however you do a lot of typing in your lap and in weird positions, a conventional notebook is better suited for you.
The fingerprint scanner on the R1E works exactly like it should without any major flaws. A pre-installed program lets you program your fingerprints into the system and from that moment on you can use your fingerprint to log into Windows, applications and websites. The only thing you have to look out for is how you swipe your finger when you're teaching the program. If you swipe your finger with a curve of some sort you'll have to duplicate that exact curve again to get a match in the future. It's best to take some time when programming the scanner so you get the easiest positions to scan.
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