What (used) TabletPC should I buy?

Discussion in 'What Tablet PC Should I Buy?' started by Markos, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. Markos

    Markos Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Update 30-04-2014:
    A new question. If I want a tabletpc with a Wacom digitizer and an i3/i5/i7 cpu or newer. What options do I have. Can be an used tabletpc to keep the costs as low as possible.


     
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    Should I give more information? Or do I do something wrong? Or am I just too impatient?
     
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    Look for the usual culprits: Fujitsu T901, Thinkpad X220t/230t, Elitebook 2750p/2760p or slightly older models from those brands.
     
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    JoeS I'm all ears Senior Member

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    For a list of recent 'penabled' Windows tablets, see here: http://sdrv.ms/PVks0T

    Those are fairly new though, so they may be a bit too much. Also, I've had trouble playing 720 content (stutters etc) on my Ativ 500T, otherwise that (or another Atom tablet) might be available for E300 used.
     
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    Wow I see I did had some reactions. I thought I had e-mail notifications on. (I'm active on a lot of fora)
    I recently bought a HP TX2500, I will post my experience with this laptop and Windows 8 (and the drivers needed) in a new topic
     
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    A new question. If I want a tabletpc with a Wacom digitizer and an i3/i5/i7 cpu or newer. What options do I have. Can be an used tabletpc to keep the costs as low as possible.
     
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    jnjroach Technology Strategist Super Moderator

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    Original Surface Pro for around $600, Samsung ATIV 700T around $600 (Theses would be new or refurb)....
     
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    I see some N-trig tablets might be able to use pressure sensitivity in Photoshop too. So N-trig is also a possibility.
    But there are a lot more tablets than just those two right? If I'm right, also these tablets have i3 or better:
    - Toshiba Portégé M780
    - Lenovo ThinkPad X200T
    - Lenovo ThinkPad X201T (what is the difference?)
    - HP 2740p
    - Dell XT3

    Are there more? Both Wacom and N-trig are options now.
     
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    I heard Asus Transformer Book Trio has that Intel's powerful processor inside. It's running Android and Windows 8 Pro with dual-bot OS. It can be used as a normal Android tablet, but when docked on the keyboard, it will turn into a full-fledged Windows 8 laptop. However, the recent news has it that Microsoft and Google have agreed to not support the dual-bot OS tablet like this Asus Book Trio. So you probably won't see it again anymore in the near future.
     
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