Fast forward, I came home with a tablet PC. I bought a Asus Vivo Tab, and it feels great :) In contrast to all the other tablets I saw, this one has a real, hard keyboard which can be strongly fixed to the display, making this computer look and behave exactly like a real laptop. But it is still very small and light, and can be used without that, it's a tablet after all. It's not like this Microsoft Surface thing, which I worked with before, which isn't really fun to work with because of that soft keyboard. This one feels quite robust, and you can type normally with it. Thus, I can work on it like usual: Answer support request while I'm on the move, read mail, and so on. So far, I can recommend that thing. But I've actively used it only for a few hours, so let's see.
two comments, already:
Looks cool. A Bit expensive maybe.
erik - 29 03 13 - 18:59
Oooh, this looks nice! I like the fact that it has a Wacom digitizer built in too. How many levels of pressure does it have and can you upgrade the ram?
I recently bought myself a Lenovo Y580 HD version. It is not a tablet PC but it is an awesome laptop and a complete beast when it comes to Graphic Design and 3D work.
I really like the look of the Asus Vivo Tab though. Congratulations on your new baby.
mrmdesign () - 02 04 13 - 17:21