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    Acer Iconia W500 is a 10.1" tablet. The only sub 10" tablet is from HP with 8.9" screen. As far as I know. I checked it out at the Microsft store too.

    Even 10" is small for my needs and I went with the Samsung 11.6". It weighs 2 pounds (a little heavier than ipad gen 1 or Adam). But has 11.6 screen, Intel i5, 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD.

    The touch screen is very responsive (as good as ipad). Gets about 6 hrs of battery with surfing, reading etc. The brick and mortar Microsoft store were giving 25% off and plus other goodies like keyboard, mouse, free MS office (home & student edition), 2 year protection plan, 1 year tech support and the free dock for the tablet.

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    So much for my spreadsheet. I'll correct that column. Also just found a 7" win tablet but you're not going to like the price...
    Starting at $3695! The Trimble YUMA. Atom 1.6 GHz processor, 32 GB SSD, GPS, BT 2.1, Expresscard slot, 7" sunlight readable touch display,
    hot swap batteries, 2-USB 2 ports, RS-232, docking station, WiFi b/g, Win 7 Pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cx650t View Post
    So much for my spreadsheet. I'll correct that column. Also just found a 7" win tablet but you're not going to like the price...
    Starting at $3695! The Trimble YUMA. Atom 1.6 GHz processor, 32 GB SSD, GPS, BT 2.1, Expresscard slot, 7" sunlight readable touch display,
    hot swap batteries, 2-USB 2 ports, RS-232, docking station, WiFi b/g, Win 7 Pro.
    That's an insane price, and it only has 1gb ram. Even though it's waterproof and rugged, definitely not for the average person. How's that spreadsheet coming?
    ASUS Vivotab Smart
    Barnes & Nobles Nook HD+, rooted
    Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9", finally rooted
    Google Nexus 5, Elix-R rom
    Asus Memo Pad 7
    Teclast X80h dual boot
    Adam LCD 3g(retired & living in Dominican Republic)

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    The spreadsheet is too big for one photo and expect to be able to read any of the data. However I was able to fit it into
    four screen shots which are viewable (at least in gwenview). Share and enjoy
    tablet1.jpgtablet2.jpgtablet3.jpgtablet4.jpg

    The rows are sorted by weight in lightest to heaviest. Prices are close to configured.
    I tried to make the tablets similar and didn't list all the variations. For example the ASUS slate is available in both a consumer and business version. Since my company wants TPM, I spec'd out the business model which runs almost $400 more than the basic model.
    Last edited by cx650t; 12-16-2011 at 04:12 PM.

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    Update, Zerofeel, How do I get the "uncompressed" images to show? These have been rendered unreadable from what I uploaded.

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    You can upload as an attachment. Or if they reside offsite then just post as a image link. (Providing its not on your PC).

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    Didn't work. It alters the size from 200K down to 20K. The original size is 1280X800 and they
    are being reduced to something much smaller. I'll try loading them up on the "Original FAQ"
    and then link to them there.
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    Thanks for the images.

    I do believe the IBM/Lenovo Ideapad is Android, not Windows. The same for the Thinkpad Tablet (not on you rlist) and that one has a active digitizer with active pen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twospirits View Post
    Thanks for the images.
    I do believe the IBM/Lenovo Ideapad is Android, not Windows. TS
    The one on the spreadsheet is Windows. IBM just announced it recently.
    According to a comment I saw on one of the various web sites, IBM
    has decided not to market it in the US which is why I have a * next to it.

    Quote Originally Posted by twospirits View Post
    The same for the Thinkpad Tablet (not on you rlist) and that one has a active digitizer with active pen.TS
    I only listed "tablets" on the sheet and not netbooks, or "convertibles" like the Panasonic Toughbook.

    What I wasn't able to find for many of the models is the actual number of fingers included in the "multi-touch"
    specs. For example on the ASUS I read that it's two finger on one site, and ten finger on another. Since
    I haven't been able to physically touch any of these I just compiled what I found / read on line. The nearest M$
    store is over an hour away from my home. No plans on visiting it any time soon. The local FRYs has a couple
    of them locked away but won't let you look at them unless you get a quote to buy.
    Last edited by cx650t; 12-19-2011 at 12:04 PM. Reason: wrong word line instead of like

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