Calling all touchscreens: Windows 8/RT tablets roundup
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4. sam_tek posted on 30 Aug 2012, 08:28 5 0
Sony Vaio Duo 11 FTW
Full HD, good specd & an awesome form factor. Now, if it's only priced right...
8. Non_Sequitur posted on 30 Aug 2012, 09:20 6 0
Windows and Android are both doing great. I can't wait to see Android become more like a desktop OS and see Windows become more like a mobile OS!
3. pokharkarsaga posted on 30 Aug 2012, 08:27 1 0
i think so next year windows phone 8 will grab a major market share.we are getting higher specs on mobile devices & tablets for WP8 & WIN 8.WP8 is also more snappy,buttery smooth and elegant than android 4.1.lets see what happens
5. networkdood posted on 30 Aug 2012, 09:08 1 0
interesting....think I will get one in a few years....
6. ahhxd717 posted on 30 Aug 2012, 09:12 2 0
Damn, I'm really excited for these touch laptops with Windows 8. If only I had enough money to get one when they are released...
7. phonepro posted on 30 Aug 2012, 09:17 2 0
if apple was asus rite now they would probably sue almost all the companies that are making "transformer like" tablets (tablets connecting the keyboard as docks).
9. Nookie4u posted on 30 Aug 2012, 09:37 1 0
yeah, was juz about to say the same. good thing Asus is more open-minded.
11. speckledapple posted on 30 Aug 2012, 10:55 0 0
Bright future both for Win 8 and consumers.
12. SmartPhoneStream posted on 30 Aug 2012, 14:52 1 0
The Sony VAIO Duo 11 looks really good, but the SSD instead of HDD is really going to raise the price up.
13. Rayvelynn posted on 30 Aug 2012, 16:51 0 2
Isn't the whole purpose of having a tablet not to have a keypad, I mean I might as well be carrying around a laptop, lol
14. Gcombs posted on 30 Aug 2012, 17:44 1 0
I've been wondering why these tablet/Hybrids are not having the same amount of storage as current laptops? 250GB to 320GB hard drives should be standard if they're trying to have these replace current laptops.
16. vvelez5 posted on 30 Aug 2012, 21:51 1 0
Its the HDD vs SSD thing. Solid state drives are newer and more efficient than the older Hard Disk Drives. They don't have a disk that spins its more like a giant flash drive that transfers data but at a much higher rate than a standard flash drive. But since they are new and more efficient Solid State Drives are also more expensive. I believe a 250Gb Solid State Drive sells for around 250 bucks and a Hard Disk Drive of the same capacity sells for around 50 bucks. Big difference in price. So essentially if this response was tl;dr type of material it comes down to price. Where Solid State Drives cost more than Hard Disk Drives. And tablets and ultrabooks carry solid state drives
17. valapsp posted on 01 Sep 2012, 13:18 0 0
I don't have a good experience with Atom processors. I already have HP slate 500 and it is I have to admit one of the slowest tablets.