Hi and sorry for my bad english- didn´t use it for a long time.. My question is, if I take a look at the market in Germany and Luxemburg (where you may order a tablet in almost every store- but never see one there): did you all have had the chance to test your tablets before you´ve ordered it? Regardless all the reviews online- but I can NOT imagine if the tablet is able to be like a sheet of paper and usual pen- so the best way would be to see a tablet in a store and simply test it. Perhaps you´ve the opinion that Germany and Luxemburg (I live almost near the border of both) are countries with a good situation in computers and HiFi-Stuff. Unfortunately the level of the knowledge about tablets in any store of the merchants is the same like the one of a virging talking about sex Their agruments: we can´t order these "Tablets" because no one wants them. The fact that no one can buy them, because no one can see such a computer "in action" is not understanable for our german and luxemburgian Storestaff.. Was that the same in your countries or did you buy just because of the reviews online? The last tablet/convertible I saw online was the new HP with the 12" Display (about 1300,- EUR) and I´ve got in love with that tablet- until... ..until I have seen one simple laptop in a store and decided that 12" is definitive to smal for my purposes. So I am looking for some stores in Luxemburg or Germany near the border of Luxemburg with some tablets. Even the HP "preferred partners" are ony able to order that tablets if I would buy some.. However, my questions beside of the ones I´ve mentioned above: Because of the definitive to small 12": would you prefer the Asus RF1 or Toshiba Tectra M7? Both of them seem to have all specs I need (larger Display, wireless LAN, good graphisc and Bluetooth- mostly writing and drawing at the tablet like on usual paper)- I can not find anyone which would be like this two (R1F and M7), do you? Does it make a difference taking an active display or not? I can imagine that pushing the hand on the display may cause weired signs on the table or should I look for a tablet only with the ability to write with the pen only? Last question: on every demonstation online you can see the people writing huge letters as they would be blind.. no one writes as he would do on a sheet of paper- is that not possible? Does anyone know if there´s a picture with small hand-written letters? I can not imagine the students writing approx. 100 letters per sheet Can anyone write something and post a picture or pdf how it looks like, please? Grets&Thanx for help!