They could use a little more "punch"
I bought one to test out and it is very nice. It boots up faster than a quick laptop but it does perform slower than light apps on a Droid tablet or an iPad. I am hoping the next version has a better processor. Here is the main comparison to evaluate the purchase/use. Several people have laptops and are known to do many PowerPoint presentations. They forget power adapters at places and complain when it takes a long time for their laptop to boot up because they don't want to learn the sleep/hibernate functions. You know, put it away in the case and next time you get it out the battery is dead becasue you didn;t turn it off, you hibernated it. But I digress. If I could provide a tablet (not a laptop tablet) or something like the iPad (or the iPad) that would be able to replace their mobility needs and make it easier/cooler AND replace their laptop with a workstation back in their office ... that would be the best program. Faster in the office ... lighter, quicker and mobile out of the office but retain the network access, programs needed and lock down. I am working on it. I might be about 6 months to early but it looks promising in 2011.
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