A novel dual-screen laptop form factor, but does form overpower function?
21 April 2011
Summary: I’m sure I’d be more forgiving of the hardware if its software was more refined and enjoyable, and likewise I wouldn’t mind the software’s shortcomings so much if it were a more compact package. But both? As it stands, what we have is a machine that’s as bulky as a primary workstation, with specs that don’t match its $1,200 price tag and a novelty that ends up being a burden more than it is a benefit.
Pros: Dualscreen form factor is interesting, Virtual keyboard and Handwriting works
Cons: Two-hour battery life, Bulky, heavy form factor, Windows 7 still not touch-friendly