Fanless Haswell Tablet in the works!

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  1. Steve S

    Steve S Pen Pro - Senior Member Super Moderator

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    <<...albeit a giant 13" one...>>

    ...A 13" diagonal is a screen that has slightly less area than an 8.5" x 11" piece of paper. That hardly classifies as "giant"....
     
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    dceggert Owner of a TabletPC Museum Senior Member

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    And, what, exactly, HP, is the benefit of this device over the Fujitsu Q702 other than size? Yes the Q702 has a fan but it also has a full size SD card slot, a USB port, and a USB3 port in the device. It also has a stylus or more commonly known as a 'pen.' Remember those things that used to write on pdf documents and draw pictures?

    MicroSD slots are for 'phablets.' Penless tablets are not for business use.

    I wonder where the heck HP is doing their market research...Engadget, CNet, and the lobby over at Apple?

    Take the Fujitsu Q702 and make the screen size 11.5" 16:10, change the digitizer to Wacom, and put the Haswell chipset in it and you would have nearly the perfect machine! It just needs a user replacable battery and it would there....
     
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    The HP looks alright, but lack of a full SD card slot, pen, and 256gb option area a no go at that price.
     
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    It will be a HUGE joke if it doesn't have an active digitizer.
     
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