It wasn’t long ago when I told hubby that I wanted to have one of those tablet PC’s that’s been alluring me to stop and look everytime I passed by the stores. I wouldn’t suggest which one of them cos I normally let him choose as he knows what to look for, being the tech-savvy one. He did the searching and reading online until he found out that Asus would come up with a tablet PC, too. I’ve learned to be patient when he’d say wait for this or that cos I rely on his expertise in terms of technical specs. But I won’t be waiting for long because I have read in the newspaper a few days back that Asus Eee Pad Transformer is now out for grab.
I can’t wait to try this one and how it works with or without that keyboard, though I am particulary interested in using it as a tablet. It’s hard to believe that it weighs just 680 g with the pad and keyboard connected. Another interesting feature is that it is preloaded with Polaris® Office® 3.0, which enables one to work with different office documents such as spreadsheets, presentation and doc files. I guess it will be worth the price.
sounds great! order one for me as well 😉
Sure, just send me your money. 🙂
Oh this looks super cool, it would be great to just grab it and go without the keyboard but still have the keyboard available when u need it
Yes, leeanna and I like the idea of connecting or disconnecting the keyboard.
I dont know, I was too afraid to try using a tablet, please write a post on it once you get it, I am too suspicious about its abilities
Hi Michael, I will try my best. I hope this tablet will not disappoint me.
Thank you, sometimes it pays to be patient, hehee! Hubby’s quite busy for now so I haven’t taken a hold of this yet. But the price ranges from 4000-5000 sek, that will be about $700.
I am sure that this type of gadgets are going to rock in future… we can’t miss tablet pc’s, at the same time we can’t miss laptops… these type of gadgets will satisfies both the needs… i am sure that iPad 4 or 5 will have this features…
I’m one with you. If we have tried one gadget, it’s always tempting to try another gadget. Got to check the furure iPads, too.
Marcus Hochstadt says
I’ve seen that Asus tablet PC on TV adverts recently. Pretty neat if you ask me. And with $700 it’s reasonably priced too.
Not sure if waiting is always a good idea, though. Of course, technology gets better every day. But what if you’d buy one today and sell it (ex., on eBay) when another great model comes out next year?
That’s what I’d do. When you sell 1-year-old models on sites like eBay the financial loss is minimal and you could have a brand new model every year for practically little cost. 😉
I still have to see this thing and decide if it really is a good one to have, though I sooo wanted to have a tablet pc.
And that’s indeed a thought to ponder. I know we have a local site here for selling second hand things but I haven’t given it a kick yet.
This type of gadget are really awesome. Future world rock this type of gadget in Laptop.