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Windows 7: Have any of you ever tried one of these tablets?

02 Mar 2011   #1

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Have any of you ever tried one of these tablets?

Hello folks, first post here....

Anybody tried the same model tablet/mini laptop as the one in these videos

A lad I used to goto uni with is working out in Hong Kong just now, I've asked him to get one of these things and to look it over for me.. so he did and for $340 dollars I've had it sent to the UK... looks to run with these specs-

CPU Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz
Chipset Type Intel NM10 High Speed Chipset
RAM/Technology DDR2
RAM Installed Size 1GB
Display Diagonal Size 10.1" touch panel
Max Resolution 1024*600
Display Technology TFT LED Wide Screen,Capacitive touch Screen(Experience the perfect touch)
Graphics Type Integrated Graphics
Graphics Model Intel GMA3150
Hard Drive Capacity 160GB,MAX upto 320GB
Input/Output Connectors
Audio Built-in 1*Speaker,1* Microphone,1*Earphone
Expansion Interface 3*USB2.0,1*SD/MMC Card Reader
Wireless Connection Wi-Fi
Wireless Protocol IEEE 802.11b/g
Model M10-N450
Battery 3200mAh Battery(about 2.5 hours Run Time)
Keyboard Concealed Screen Keyboard
Camera 1.3M Pixels WebCam
3G Module USB External 3G module
Dimensions /L*W*H 285mm*150mm*15mm
Net Weight 1.2KG
Color Black
Other Description 1.Support multi touch,touch more fun,break away from the traditional mouse and keyboard.
2.Lightness,sturdy Aluminum Magnesium alloys internal structure.
3.Built-in sensor,use no direction rectriction,horizontal screen,vertical screen,the same wonderful.
4.Concealed screen keyboard,high recognition handwritten.
Operating System Windows 7

So my question has to be, have any of you tried one of these units before? All hes done before sending it to me is look in the box and power it on once

Will 1GB ram + atom be enough to power windows 7 smoothly?

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03 Mar 2011   #2

windows xp

got it today

have to say this device is quality, no windows issues at all (so far)
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03 Mar 2011   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

It certainly seems to be a bit slow when pinching to zoom in the browser as well as changing screen orientation. Hope you enjoy it and it continues to run good for you.

2.5 hours of run time is pretty poor though, but that's what you get with a larger OS on a tablet style device.
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03 Mar 2011   #4

windows xp

I've been playing with this thing all day and the 2.5 hours could well be an issue at some stage but for reading (ie with wifi off and low power) it looks asthough itll last a bit longer, which is probably the only task I'll set it too for anything longer than 10 minutes (I'm not about to use it as a media center or jukebox :) )

When I left it running on its own for an hour it only lost 10% of its battery, when I set about downloading software updates and testing movie files it lost over 40%, 2.5 hours might be on the generous side.

The battery life is the biggest issue, as it is with most laptops... as otherwise the build quality is excellent and it does look asthough everything it was supposed to do works (3g, bluetooth, wifi and the rest). Its basically a touchscreen netbook, which means theres scope to modify and upgrade, so hopefully a better battery can be sourced down the line. In the imediate term I think doubling the RAM to 2gb will do its performance no harm at all.

A slimmer version of windows would be ideal, just need microsoft (or g***le) to get on the case.
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