its misleading because they advertise it as a tablet pc.
thats kinda misleading then...why wouldn't they just always offer the touch screen...i mean if you wanted a tablet, why wouldnt you get that option?
you should recharge it at regular intervals so it doesnt do that.
so...you won't be able to use it as a tablet pc if you don't get the touchscreen option from my understanding.
no that doesn't make sense, why would the wacom one be cheaper?
No, only the gateway ones...
most pcs these days are dual-core anyways..so its not really a problem. My vista experiences no lag whatsoever.
actually i was referring to touching the tablet screen with your fingers...won't it be hard to click icons, etc when its 12.1 inch?
isnt it hard when screen is 12.1 inch
wow thats a really powerful tablet congrats.
3.1, Specs below.
X comes with bluetooth and certain cables i believe.
wat are they thinkinh? most tablets have integrated cards so how can it run that
Yea it does have a battery that sticks out. supposedly it gives you better 'grip' when your carrying your tablet
I think this is the best price-performance setup:
Choose cx210s ($50 cheaper than cx210x with same parts).
Core 2 duo t5600 1.83 ghz
pen gestures my friend
BIOS says nothing about it , no idea about the heat because computer does not even boot to OS
When I boot up I suddenly get this error and cannot continue:
warning: main fan error. please check cpu fan. But I checked and the fan works...
you're stuck with the chipset. Intel GMA 900 does not support windows aero. Oddly enough, the GMA 950 is merely an overclocked 900 and it does...
The highest graphic card you can get on a tablet right now is the ATI X1400 (I'm not sure how quadro 110m stacks up). Anything better then that,...
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