Tablet Asus Eee Slate EP121

Tablet Asus Eee Slate EP121


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Screen type
LED Backlight WXGA
Size (inches)
["802.11 b","802.11 g","802.11 n"]


Asus Eee Slate EP121 Review
Asus Eee Slate EP121 Review A video review of the Asus Eee Slate EP121 Windows 7 tablet. Check out our full review at: The Eee Slate runs Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit on a ULV Intel Core i5 CPU. It has a 12.1" AFFS display that's similar to IPS but has better outdoor viewing. The 12.1" size hits the sweet spot for capacitive touch and the tablet has a Wacom digitizer for pen input and drawing/painting. The Asus is a very powerful tablet that's designed for both content creation and consumption and is perfect for artists and those who need to use Windows apps on their tablet. PT15M21S
ASUS EP121 Eee Slate Windows 7 Tablet PC - Part One - iPad Comparisons
ASUS EP121 Eee Slate Windows 7 Tablet PC - Part One - iPad Comparisons The ASUS EP121 is a powerful new (2011) Tablet PC running windows7. The EP121 takes advantage of Windows 7 multi-touch, a Wacom Active Digitizer and an Intel Core i5 processor to deliver a powerful and flexible tablet experience. In Part One of this video we address the inevitable but unnecessary iPad comparisons. We demonstrate that these are very different devices with very different purposes. For more information: PT9M17S
[TemptingReviews] Asus Eee Slate EP121 - Windows 7 Tablet
[TemptingReviews] Asus Eee Slate EP121 - Windows 7 Tablet Finally...a slate that is worth the dollars asked. The ExoPC (which I also wrote a review about) being $800 pales in comparison to the Eee Slate which is $300 more. Based on the specs of this beast, I would say the ExoPC is overpriced by about $400. Nice machine, but just comparing specs. This device has two things that make it not quite appealing to everyone: The weight and the battery life. The weight makes it not that desirable for lengthy holding, though it is no more heavy than any of the Motion Computing tablets. IN fact, spec-wise this is comparable to the Motion J3500, it just doesn't have the same battery life (and obviously, this is because it's a lot slimmer than the Motion tablet). Contains the same Gorilla Glass which by itself makes it infinitely more valuable than any other tablet out there, but the back seems to be simple plastic rather than ruggedized, so I figure the machine could still break and you'd just have a flawless piece of glass. Who knows. On a scale of 10 I would give it an 8. Battery life and weight are the only factors holding it back. Again THIS IS NOT AN IPAD COMPETITOR. I would go out on a limb by saying this isn't even really a consumer device. I'm not sure why they put 7 Home Premium on it (64 bit Home Premium at that), because it just doesn't fit into a consumer market with the Android tablets and the iPad. My advice: Upgrade it to 7 Ultimate or Professional, and use it in a business environment as a mobile computing solution. ARE YOU A COMPANY INTERESTED IN TABLET SOLUTIONS, SUCH AS MOBILE SIGNATURE APPS LIKE UPS/FEDEX/DHL? CONTACT ME FOR INFORMATION ABOUT HYLAND SOFTWARE'S ONBASE AND A TABLET BASED SOLUTION THAT I HAVE ENVISIONED USING THESE TWO POWERFUL TECHNOLOGIES. PT27M17S

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