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High resolution tablets?

Discussion in 'What Tablet PC Should I Buy?' started by bloodycape, Sep 14, 2012.

  1. bloodycape

    bloodycape Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    This is more of a general question than necessarily what to buy. Besides the newer tablet that are out now or coming out, what are some other high res tablet(similar to 1440x900 or higher) with a digitizer? Been thinking maybe I should just go with a tablet that is at the very least C2D, with a decent resolution as I know the cpu will fit my needs and so will the res. Either wise it seems like for my budget I will be looking at W8 tablet that are Atom based, and so far none of those will have better than a 720 res, and the cpu still the wild card. Thanks.
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    jnjroach Surface MVP Super Moderator

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    Toshiba Portege' M400, Lenovo ThinkPad X61T, Motion LE1700 all had C2D Tablets that had an option for 1400x1050, this was actually the best resolution for a 4x3 Tablet (many would say any tablet). Toshiba's Tecra M7 and R25 had the 1440x900 and I believe some Fujitsu Tablets had 1440x900 as well....

    Many of the Windows 8 Tablets and Hybrids that are coming at the end of October through January are sporting 1080p Resolution...
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    bloodycape Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    I know that, which its why I said beside the upcoming models .
    As for models mentioned are they ulv or lv c2d CPU? What about gpu, I prefer no less than the 4500 as that seemed to be the min c2d to support all HD content without having a struggle playing them. I take these devices can take advantage of W8 side by side app features because of the higher red? I also take no i core variants of these models? Thanks.
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    Any device with at least 1366x768 resolution can display side-by-side apps on the Start Screen. And you can do whatever you want with traditional desktop programs.

    There ARE Windows 8 tablets coming out with core-i processors. The best fit for you from what you've said sounds like the Sony Duo 11, an 11.6" 1080p slider tablet sporting an Ivy Bridge CPU (and thus HD4000 graphics). I think it's a ULV i5.
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    bloodycape Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    The Vaio 11 would be prefect, but my budget is closer to the Atom with digitzer range, hence why I made this thread.
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    bloodycape Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    Look like Fujitsu offers a optional T4220 1440x900 display, but battery life maybe an issue since it's running the full voltage C2D cpu. I think the gpu is the 4500, but I'm not sure. Not sure if any other Fujitsu models(possibly newer) offer a similar res or higher, beside the T902.
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