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    Ahhhhh, didn't realise you already had 32Gb, guess if it's working stick with what you've got - you're right 20gb is not much.............until you need 1gig of that lol

    I had an eeepc 901 with tiny memory (20gb I think) and managed well with that, just had to put everyting on external drives/devices, still going strong as my daughters pc (age 8)


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    Well, I pulled the trigger and got a 64GB from Walmart. Now to set it up for my son when he comes home from college tomorrow. Figure I'll have him use it for a week, if he likes it, great. If he doesn't like it I'll give it a week, and can still return it if I'm not impressed either. Charging it now, first impression of the physical build, it seems sturdy enough. The keyboard looks bigger than I expected, i'll see how it is in use.
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    Just setting mine up, got the 64gb, what's the story on this 500gb dock?

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    Only available in Germany for some reason! Users a different keyboard base (looks the same as normal one) someone had taken standard keyboard apart and Unfortunately you can't just drop a drive in there. No word on rest of world's supply, looks like a test market. Unfortunately the keyboard is German format or I'd have one imported (EU makes this easy)

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    Here is a link to a german site talking about it - use google translate:

    http://www.tabletsmagazine.nl/2013/1...harddisk-dock/

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    Does anyone who owns this also have a Surface RT? I'm wondering if this would be a better replacement for the money than a Surface 2 (RT).



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    This video shows the balance weight inside the keyboard:

    Remove the iron in ASUS T100 keyboard - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemmy View Post
    Does anyone who owns this also have a Surface RT? I'm wondering if this would be a better replacement for the money than a Surface 2 (RT).



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    If you like to have x86 app function, the answer is 100% yes. The T100 IMO is a better overall device and costs less. JMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rushmore69 View Post
    If you like to have x86 app function, the answer is 100% yes. The T100 IMO is a better overall device and costs less. JMO.
    Thanks. Most of what I do doesn't require more than the Modern UI (I even use the Modern remote desktop app instead of MSTSC), but I sometimes use it for work, and I'm thinking it would be nice to install my main service and NOC tools on the device instead of having to remote into our terminal server.

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    Can I use OneNote on this device? Not sure how without stylus capabilities. Any advice appreciated. Thanks

 

 

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