Discussion in 'Asus' started by nnthemperor, Nov 3, 2012.
From my experience, non at all.
Same here, no distortion at all.
Well, that didn't take long... Battery charged up to full. Time to get rockin'. Didn't know that the tablet had a vibration device in it.
One other thing I did notice that I didn't before in other people's reviews, the lack of hardware AutoRotation On/Off button. 3 step process instead of 1.
Agreed. As they improve these over time, there also needs to be a hardware switch for touch. Looking now for a software solution to disable touch on the fly.
So, building on some other guys' work, I slapped together a pretty decent software solution for toggling touch on and off for the VivoTab. I posted a .zip on this new thread. Let me know if you have any questions.
Sketchbook app version is also pressure sensitive. Tried it, though I`m not into arts.
Are you sure that's not metal? Mine feels cool to the touch, just like the body of the keyboard. Thoughts?
Was just about to say the same. Feels too cold to be plastic. Its definitely metal.
No way. it`s rock solid on mine.
Okay, I was finally able to mess around with my tablet more, installed Manga Studio and it feels nice. Except I don't have a way to assign pen buttons. It seems I have the same problems as Tonitti in that attempting to install the Wacom driver, it says "A Supported Tablet Wasn't Found on the System."
sigh, and things were going so well. :/ Other than that, I did have a bit of Keyboard Flakey-Wakey when coming out of Sleep. Battery life has so far been amazing, much better than my S7S.
Anyone have the chance to try any full windows games on the tablet with low settings. Maybe Civ V with strategic view (I don't know if that even decreases the graphics requirements). I was going to try just for kicks but am not expecting it to work on a usable level.
Anyone try any other games?
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