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    Tablet PC's; Do you have one? What do you, or do you not, like about them?

    I think they're kinda nifty myself. I enjoy my Asus TF101 quite well. I love to just plug it into my TV and browse through FA or just watch Youtube on my lazy days when I don't feel the need to get out of bed. <w>

    So, what do you fella's like/dislike about tablets? If you own one, post what model/brand you have!

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    I have the same model as you. Very nice for playing GTA III, watching HD videos, and surfing the web. I had a run in a couple times with a bad screen connection that ultimately ended up with it being sent back to Asus. Even though it was out of warranty, they still repaired it (probably accidentally) free of charge. Couldn't be happier with the tablet now.

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    Eh, I had a convertible laptop once. Never again.

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    Oh wow, they can play GTA III? Never knew that :O.

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    I have an Acer Iconia A500, and I love it. I use it almost daily and I take it with me to friends' houses all the time. The only two probs I have with it are 1) the charger cord is insanely short and 2) It sometimes has issues loading videos. Other than that, it's awesome. And my mom is getting the Nexus 7 soon so I'm excited to see what that is like.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger View Post
    I have an Acer Iconia A500, and I love it. I use it almost daily and I take it with me to friends' houses all the time. The only two probs I have with it are 1) the charger cord is insanely short and 2) It sometimes has issues loading videos. Other than that, it's awesome. And my mom is getting the Nexus 7 soon so I'm excited to see what that is like.
    Ooooh. Very nice XD I like the Asus TF models myself because of that fantastic dock. And The TF models seem to share the issues with videos loading sometimes. As with the short cord > _>; I had to buy a longer one XD

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    I don't have one yet, but I plan on getting a Nexus 7 as soon as they're available again. xD

    Scratch that. Placed ma order just now. :>
    Last edited by Saiko; 07-31-2012 at 08:17 PM.

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    I have an HP touchsmart TM2T and I LOVE IT!
    It has pressure sensitivity better than a Wacom Bamboo but not as good as the Intuos. It works great though and it has plenty of RAM for watching movies and playing games and running photoshop and SAI and procaster and iTunes and Firefox and utorrent all at once, which I find amazing. I also really enjoy being able to see what I'm drawing as I'm drawing it. I had a wacom bamboo tablet before but it was really difficult to use, imo.

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    I have an older model, the Compaq TC1100. I upgraded to 1.5 gb of ram (I haven't been able to get a second upgrade for a full 2 gb) and installed windows 7. Most if not all of the functionality is kept, and it may be my imagination but it also runs nicer. Since it doesn't really have a special graphics card I am barred from playing many games (but that's OK as I either emulate or play older titles) but for art, light web browsing and media it's incredibly useful. My actual tablet hasn't seen use for about a year now. :3

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    I'm thinking of getting an ASUS eeepc 121B when I start work in the cities for the long train rides home. It's got some fairly decent specs for a x86 tablet pc and the wacom functionality for the screen isn't too terrible at all.

 

 

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