Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 21 May 2010.
It does look very very nice.
I'll be very surprised and impressed if it can hold its own against wacom's offerings, as those guys own the market atm
Be good if this can be plugged into the main computer for use as a graphics tablet and secondary display - showing the overview of an image thats zoomed in on the main display for example.
Can't trust manufacturers like MSI to make good software though - even something that can just plug in to Photoshop.
My fingernails are tingling... the sound/feeling of a plastic stylus scraping on a touchpad is something that just doesn't sit well with me.
Pix, sonst glauben Wir nix.
ehh I would just go for wacom touch screen tablet, its more accurate and well you actually draw what you want versus getting use to off setting yourself to the screen
I can't figure out what it's supposed to be! And, like, it's not even on a real OS, right? And wouldn't it just be easier to get a notebook? Ad nauseum.**
I think Nexxo is on the right track, though. Looking at the photos on the Engadget site, I notice that there aren't any pictures showing the device turned on. Just an empty box, then?
**Before I get flamed, I would like to point out that the above text is intended to be sarcastic.
Hopefully this is one of the many of these tablet type pcs to come!
Hrm, cancel my order for a Macbook, I just found an even better way to sit in Starbucks and look pretentious.
I suppose some people out there have some real use for it (if it ever becomes real) but wow, the very act of using it would make me feel like a total tool.
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