I?m thinking about buying a tablet pc

Discussion in 'What Tablet PC Should I Buy?' started by pengwinzz, Aug 13, 2006.

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  1. hiheyho

    hiheyho Pen Pal - Newbie

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    it really depond how big ur monitor is, going up to high on a 12" is not a good idea
     
  2. ahamilton55

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    You can't ink directly into Adobe Reader.
     
  3. hongda

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    Also, in Acrobat, you can hold down ctrl and press L for full screen mode.
     
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    Avoid ASUS. I purchased an ASUS eee 1000H netbook while on holiday in Singapore in Dec. 2008. I live in New Zealand. In July 2009 the plastic plug fixture for the USB port came out when I unplugged a USB connected mouse. The ASUS service centre in Auckland refuses to repair the port under warranty (1 year). The centre in Singapore refuses to accept the netbook for repair if I send it to them. Avoid this company.

    This is my first experience with a third rate company such as ASUS, and last. Stick with Lenovo, HP, or HP/Compaq. For 2nd tier companies go with Acer (have an Acer notebook, never had a problem).

    Seems as if ASUS doesn't care about customers. Anyone had any success with getting warranty problems resolved.

    P.S. The ASUS netbook keyboard has a horrible design for the right hand special keys.
     
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