Conclusion: The Asus T91 MT leaves a very mixed impression . On the one hand you have its practical and reliable tablet functionality , relatively accurate multi-touch capability , and strong handwriting recognition , all of which make the notebook a pleasure to use.
Pros: Smart design, Inaudible at all times, Pleasantly cool when not under heavy use, Simple use of the tablet and multi-touch functionality, Good handwriting recognition and touch-sensitivity, Light and compact, Low energy consumption, Good battery life, The notebook is exceptionally intuitive and eas...
Cons: Limited range of ports (no HDMI), Very small keys, Dim and grainy screen, Low-performance hardware, Slow working speed, Lots of pre-installed bloatware, Sound quality somewhat tinny, Small hard drive
Summary: We give credit to ASUS for innovating; the touch features on the ASUS Eee PC T91 definitely break the netbook mold. However, its underpowered processor results in an underwhelming experience; screens take too long to open, and the lack of palm rejection is frustrating.
Excerpt: The Asus Eee PC series has been around for a couple of years now, setting the standard for netbooks by producing the very first one. This year heralded another first for them - the tablet-netbook hybrid mobile computer. It accomplishes this mean feat of engineering with sheer simplicity within.
Summary: Tablet PCs came out of the closet in record numbers at the recently concluded CES 2010, but Asus had one out for a while. The Asus Eee PC T91 doubles up as a netbook and low-cost tablet PC with touch input support on its 9-inch screen.
Summary: It wins an extra point just for being different but only if it cost slightly more than a regular netbook would the touch screen be enough to sway a purchase. However, the performance issues and and the reduced battery life over conventional models mean that at the price we don’t think the T-91 is...