Thursday, March 11, 2010

Brief convertible comparison: Gigagyte T1000 vs Lenovo s10-3t vs Viliv S10








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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Does the T1000 have the palm rejection? Or is a tablet with no inking ability like the S10.

JKK said...

Non of the convertible netbooks have palm rejection.. nor power/design to be good inking machines.. sorry.

fastfreddy said...

Not offending you, but since when is the Cebit a children's event (sounds like kinder-garden in the background) :-)

JKK said...

It is on friday and saturday :(

Anonymous said...

So is not a good idea to change an Acer One to a convertible tablet to take notes. Now I'm confused, why a normal user would spend $200 more for a convertible? What is the functionality that makes the difference?

Christian

JKK said...

For note taking it's not a good idea..

Touch is many times better on mobile use or "sofa surfing" .. and also fun.

jebear1 said...

Hi JKK. Is the S10 matt black all over or is the lid glossy? Any idea when and where it is likely to be stocked in Europe. I'm hoping to give Moblix a try... My credit card has been warmed and ready for the S10 for months... Love the blog and the videos.

jebear

Garrett said...

I have to disagree with that these are not good inking devices. There have been reports that using a Dagi stylus with the Lenovo S10-3T works pretty good. Check out youtube for some clips.

david said...

the acer aspire 1820ptz has palm rejection.

Anonymous said...

Is or will the Aspire 1820PTZ will available in the US?

Thanks!

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