05-19-2012, 01:22 PM #1
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tablet pc for drawing, notetaking and websurfing
1. What is your budget?
preferably around 600$, but can go as high as 1000$
2. Would you consider purchasing used/refurbished?
3. Do you prefer a media/mobile tablet like the iPad, Windows tablet PC, or notebook convertible?
open for anything, but convertible sounds cool
4. What size Tablet PC would you prefer?
10 to 13-inches or bigger
5. Which country do you intent to purchase from?
norway --> skandinavia --> europe
6. Do you have any preferences to brand loyalty or dislikes?
7. How many hours battery life do you require?
3-7 hours or more
8. What will be the primary usage scenario of this tablet?
good for drawing; very important
Note taking; would be nice
web surfing; would be nice, but i got other alternatives
9. Do you have an OS preference? For example, do you own an iPhone and a Mac, or are you a Windows fan? Do you own an Android device and use Google services frequently?
for some reason i'd like if it was windows, but this isn't really important
10. What software and tasks do you intend to run?
Photoshop and similar, and MAYBE some 3D programs (3dsmax probably, as it's the only one I've got experience with)
11. Do you intend on playing Games? If so please list.
No, got better alternatives
12. Would you like to stream content through your home theater system?
1. Any preference on screen resolution?
Which ever is best for drawing
2. Will you be using the tablet outdoors? Do you need to be able to see it through glare from the sun?
would be nice, but far from a requirement.
3. Do you require a pen? With or without pressure sensitivity? Do you prefer Wacom or N-trig?
Yes, wacom i assume
1. What size Hard Drive and Memory do you require? Would you like expandable memory?
not special needed, normal
2. What sort of inputs do you require, if any? Would you like full-sized USB and SD card slots? Are microUSB and microSD ok? Do you require HDMI inputs?
I guess USB would be nice, but not a requirement
2. Additional requests ~ anything other you wish to take into consideration?
I'd like it to be the best option for drawing, considering its price
the fewer options you give me the better I'm very bad at decisions
05-21-2012, 06:03 PM #2
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Re: tablet pc for drawing, notetaking and websurfing
Unless you're really into exploring the option of doing SOME 3D stuff on a tablet pc, I'd just get a Motion LE1700. And if you're planning to stress photoshop's features or just use a ton of layers and stuff I believe the HP 2730p and the Fujitsu T900 are more capable. I forget the name of the comparable Lenovo model. I'm told a Fujitsu T901 with Dedicated graphics option might be able to do SOME 3D stuffs.
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