Saturday, January 08, 2011

Asus Eee Pad Transformer hands-on at CES 2011

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Anonymous said...

One of the few designs, that would make sense with Windows 7 to in my opinion... No objection against Android, but with a hardware keyboard Windows Tablets would regain their full productivity capabilities while extending them by convinience for surfing / video viewing and occassional sketching (a capable stylus assumed, there a resistive screen might even be the better choice though).

I wonder... are there any rational apologies for making a windows tablet, Windows Starter assumed, relevantly more expensive than a netbook with the same hardware, including ports, except for the missing keyboard and added touch screen? (The chassis has a simpler form and a keyboard isn't free either, so what does drive the prices except for the hype?)

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