Summary: I bought this tablet for school and it works good. It is a little slow and patience is needed, but for the price I couldn't beat it since I wanted something that did more than just social media and apps.
Summary: I've possessed this tablet for a little of a few weeks now. Its been an up and down journey with this tablet, hence the title. =========================================== One day I was possessed to buy a tablet. I think what drove this impulse home was because I just got my tax refund. But currently I carry an HP laptop around with me and its bulky and tiring to use (pull out of bag, insert power cord, open up top, ouch its burning my lap!
Summary: The PC tablet worked, but the function was different and not for me. I had trouble w/ touch screen, it didn't like recognizing me. The folks at Arsenal are really what made this a five star experience. I am new to online, 100% through Amazon, purchasing, and they communicated with me every step of the process. Answered any question I had with amazing swiftness. I would recommend them to anyone for PC purchacing! TY Arsenal.
Summary: This tablet is great for data input. Fujitsu is one of the preferred brands by government agencies like FEMA and others. Programs may be slow in opening but once open they work just fine. It is really not a media tablet. I work outside collecting data and this tablet with its digitizer pen is the perfect tool. Just hit the check-box or radial button with the pen on the data collection software and its tap, tap, tap, and you're done.
Excellent! I love this. I own an IPad and this is great.
11 November 2011
Summary: I read A LOT of reviews on the tablet, the processor (ATOM Z670) and the graphics card Intel 600, and I have to tell you I was very worried about buying this device. The youtube videos made it look like it was going to be slow and choppy. I am very glad I bought this device! Here is why: Battery Life: The battery lasts a very long time! I had it running videos for hours and it still had a lot of juice left.
Summary: I was looking for something that was ultra light that I could use for work,not for just consuming content. That said, none of the android tablets were going to work, nor would the Ipad. On to the good news... out of the box, handwriting recognition is surprisingly good (and my penmanship is awful) in windows. Download foxit reader, and you can mark up pdfs. office 2010 has pen support out of the box.
Summary: I needed something lighter and less power hungry than the now 4 year old Fujitsu 18" lapper and Wacom tablet, both I love, but I work on a sailboat. Takes some getting used to, and I prefer having to touch a button to rotate, my iPhone4 auto shift annoys me.