Excerpt: "I got this laptop for my birthday so I can't say much about costs, but what I do know is that it cost around £800, which in my opinion for a laptop such as this one is very good. However, I don't know where it was bought from. This laptop has the normal laptop features you would expect with the touch pad for the mouse, and a little sensitive blue pad just above the 'B' key which acts as a second mouse. It's a 14" screen, which is nice and small, ...
Summary: This is the first tablet I have been given to use permanently. I have tried the previous version (TC1100) found it good as a Tablet, but took some fiddling about with to convert to a laptop. Excellent performance on both mains power and on battery (better battery life than my previous Laptop NC8000), and applications open effortlessly.
Pros: Total flexability to convert from Tablet to Laptop in a flash
Cons: Screen size, bit small, however is nice and clear even in bright light
Excerpt: "The machine comes out of the box with few extras. You get the recovery disks including Microsoft Windows Tablet 2005 on one CD, and all the drivers, software and utilities on a second CD. As well as these you also get the Tablet's pen along with spare nibs, the charger and the battery. The battery comes with a little power in it, but you need to plug in the charger before you can really use it. The external devices/ports on the Tablet include: ...
Pros: Compact, fairly light, packed with features, great handwriting recognition
Cons: no removable storage such as cd or floppy drive
Excerpt: ♦♦♦ INTRODUCCIÓN ♦♦♦ Bueno, si habeis leido mas opiniones mias esta semana relacionadas con portatiles, no es que me haya comprado portatiles como un loco, sino que en el trabajo, me ha tocado estar en contacto con varios, mirando drivers, probandolos, etc. Es decir que he tenido un filon de productos para CIAO, que bien, que bien, así no tengo que pensar que comentar porque como son Tablets, portatiles de ultima generacion, los traen recientemente de la fabrica.