If you want the full Package, you will have to go to CANADA
5 November 2012
Summary: This Slate was an excellent purchase and have enjoyed it. The only problem was the User Interface that they braged about all over was not there. Its all over the ads, the box it came in and even the manual that came with it. So if thats what your expecting then you will just have to go to Canada and let them personally have their way with you. No better and no worse than any other tablet on the market today.
Summary: Great price and works well when plugged into the adapter. The shortcomings were that the screen would dim to the point of unusable when not plugged in. There was no way to adjust this. Also, this did not have auto orientation. It would be either set in portrait or landscape mode. It does not automatically change when you turn the computer. No bluetooth. I will say that I'm running a beta version of Windows 8 so it may work fine with Windows 7.
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Summary: Just got this tablet. Seems to be a great tablet for the price. Not sure what the battery life is going to be but it is very light. Bought it for my 81 yr old mother becuase she wanted something like the android but did not want to learn another os. So far it seems to be a good value.
The ExoPC is a Very Cool Device & Windows 8 Runs Smoothly!
10 May 2012
Summary: Very cool tablet! We got the ExoPC Slate for work to test our application on a Windows 8 tablet. When it arrived we started to fight over who gets to use it! :) Pros: The ExoPC Slate is nicely built, feels high quality, and runs one or two regular applications well. Windows 8 (Consumer Preview) is very smooth on this tablet and makes it faster (than with W7). The 64GB SSD disk, 2GB Ram, two USB ports, and SD card slot make it a great value. Easy to use and excellent buy!
Summary: I was looking for a tablet that offered Windows 7 and USB ports. This tablet offered both and a whole lot more.I like the size of the tablet. I also like the fact that I have two OS(even though I mostl use Windows). After researching various tablets, I concluded that this was the best tablet for me. I was reluctant to buying an electronic device over the internet, but the seller answered ALL of my questions promptly.
A fantastic product at a fantastic price! No more pad tablets!
29 April 2012
Summary: After owning both types of tablets (pads, like the ASUS Transformer, and slates, like the ExoPC Slate), I will probably never go back to pad type tablets! This slate tablet is a fantastic tool for students. The built in Journal program made note taking so much easier and more easily organized, the handwriting recognition, brand new, was very accurate, and it LEARNS from what you write, greatly increasing the accuracy from YOUR handwriting.
Summary: Pros-Windows 7/8 (personal preference) Flash Runs the programs I need (especially real business progs) Great screen, like the SSD, touchscreen very responsive Tablet format very handy/portable Cons-Probably not for heavy gamers Would I buy again - yes I did!
Summary: Ok, here goes. I used to use my friend's ipad for fun. I got the Exopc slate bc I just didn't want to get the same ol' thing as everyone else. Also, the biggest reason is bc I want to read comics on it. And so, I wanted the tablet with the largest screen. So the Exopc slate is not bad. But today, in 2012, I got the Transformer Prime. I actually got the Exopc late last year so it hasn't been that long. Anyway, The Prime is much, much better, and here is why.