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Promoted 02-14-2014 at 08:42 AM View Original Post
Microsoft Store has 32GB HP Omni 10 5600US 10" Windows 8 Tablet for $299. Shipping is Free. Thanks cybernevets

Price Comparison: Our research indicates that 32GB HP Omni 10 10" Windows 8 Tablet is $81 lower (21.25% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting at $380. - brisar

Specs
  • Intel Atom Z3770 (1.46GHz) CPU
  • 10.1" 1920x1200
  • 2GB RAM Memory
  • 32GB Flash Memory
  • Intel HD Graphics Gen7 4EU
  • 8.5-hour Battery Life
  • Windows 8.1 OS

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Edited February 14, 2014 at 07:46 AM by BostonGirl
HP Omni 10 (Windows 8 tablet)
CPU: Atom Z3770
Screen: 10.1" 1920 x 1200
Memory: 2GB RAM
Storage: 32GB eMMC (SSD)
Ports: Micro USB, Micro HDMI, Headphone output/Microphone input combo
Battery: 31 WHr (up to 8 hours, 30 minutes)*
Camera: Front-facing webcam, rear-facing camera
Wireless: 802.11a/b/g/n (Miracast compatible)
Bluetooth: Yes
Dimensions: 10.20 x 7.10 x 0.40 in (259.08 x 180.34 x 10.16 mm)
Weight: 1.40 lbs (0.63 kg)
Color: Black
Model number: Omni 10 5600US
Security: TPM 2.0


Microsoft Store (online):
http://www.microsoftstore.com/sto....289455000

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#61
Quote from beggerking View Post :
Why? these are great for consumption as well as for production. rather than carrying a laptop + a consumption device, this replaces both and cost less.
Correction: Attempts to replace both
Truth :Is usually less
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#62
Quote from drymonkey View Post :
Look like these baytrail are starting to drop in price big time now.
They're getting ready for CherryTrail and Broxton.

The nextgen 14nm Atom processors will add even more battery life and GPU capabilities.
For the Atom, I read that Intel is shooting for 5x the processing capabilities and 15x the GPU capabilities by 2016.
Last edited by SpinControl February 14, 2014 at 10:17 AM
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#63
Quote from NIKKG View Post :
Thats the beauty of the Surface Pro, it is a real laptop in tablet form, now its my only computer other than my android phone. With the surface, just get a cheap usb hub and than you can attach any regular usb keyboard and mouse it basically becomes a laptop/desktop.
But ironically, the Surface Pro isn't a real laptop, because the you can't use the damn thing on your lap, sitting on the couch! A true deal breaker for some folks.
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#64
Dont understand the gripe with 32gb. My t100 had 16gb free and 10gb after lots of programs. I have my 34ish GB dropbox synced to my microsd with 20gb free. I have no idea how anyone would have space problems except for maybe a photographer taking hundreds of raw shots
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#65
Quote from GnatGoSplat View Post :
I have the Asus T100 64GB. I use it as a tablet and hardly ever need the keyboard for anything. I'd rather have the 1920x1200 screen and Z3770 processor. I also miss the oleophobic coating from my HP Touchpad which I assume this has, being it's also HP. I don't know if I can live with 32GB eMMC. If only this were the 64GB version for this price.



Are you sure it doesn't have a MicroSD slot? Specs say otherwise.
http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/w...c=en&lc=en
You may be correct:
http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Wind...-p/3276471
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#66
Having purchased and returned a surface pro the one thing I will throw out here is depending on your usage model the Windows 8 App Store (I.e. metro tablet apps) is completely dismal. This doesn't mean these machines can't make great devices but you need to make sure the software available fits your needs.... When I first got my Surface Pro I was in love with the power and raw speed. Amazed that I could jump onto my steam or GOG games account and grab older games and just play them. Then after about a week of honey moon and I went back to my usual tablet activities the cracks really started to show.

Note - I am not saying this in regards to a critique of the hardware, this tablet isn't a surface pro obviously. What it will face is the same problems though when it comes to a complete lack of quality tablet apps. I also don't think "but it can run any x86 code" is a valid answer. A lot of desktop apps scale terribly with elements not scaling/blurring/etc. They lack touch friendly interfaces (outside of a small handful such as the office suite). If you intend to use this a a keyboard/mouse setup the majority of the time I'm sure they can be sweet. If you are thinking you can finally "lose the laptop and ipad" with one of these, I think you will find yourself disappointed.. Again the surface pro was an amazing machine but it was saddled with terrible terrible software.
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#67
Quote from Dajinn View Post :
i dont understand the point of windows 8 tablets at this price point without things like official keyboard docks and add ons. leave the media consumption market to android/ios.
i dont understand your post. What are u talking about? Where can u buy a full version os (a real computer with usb ports in a tablet form factor for 299. Win 8 tablets are a great deal.
i dont know if you are just trolling here
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#68
Quote from 198four View Post :
In my opinion, one should always have a desktop and a tablet. THats good enough. Laptops are so 20th century
Agreed one must have a desktop, desktops can be used to power your own devices such as a plex server, file server, and alot more, laptops tend to get destroyed or die because of kids or unknown reasons, plus desktops are cheaper and have more value for your buck.. My two cents, i got my main desktop, laptop and a tablet, laptop and tablet stream stuff of the desktop because the desktop is faster than either one of those lol
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#69
Quote from minghi View Post :
I really appreciate MS & Intel working together trying to put together their best on tablet devices but am very pissed off at HP/Asus/Dell for baking half assed products. First, this is directed to Dell: Who the hell on earth decided to give just 32GB of storage for a Windows OS device. When I tried to reset my Dell VP after a couple of weeks since its wifi signal frequently disconnects (because of some faulty windows updates), I got an error message saying it cannot factory reset because the free space available is too low (WTF?). Then take a look at the ports, a single micro usb port for the charger (which is very nice) but then you cannot connect an external drive or keyboard. Did I say half assed job? Now, I hear this shit about HP's port location and the propreitery charger port. I mean, do these manufacturer's intentionally want to destroy any chances of popularizing windows 8.1? or they are just plain stupid to realize that the same design for android tablets doesn't apply to windows based tablets.
I'm with u on this. I have the dell venue pro 11 64GB. Just endless amount of problems.
WiFi doesn't work after coming back from a long period of sleep. Screen shuts off automatically and does not turn on again. Freezes while updating Windows. Does not come back from sleep sometimes. Camera does not load sometimes. Will turn off by itself even on a full charge. Terrible stylus.
I am going to sell this pos if restoring doesn't work.
My Asus ultrabook and surface pro on the other hand works perfectly.
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#70
Quote from armydoc View Post :
I received a venue 8 pro 64 GB for 166 shipped which was a great price. 32gb on windows machines is crippling yourself though. Unless all you're planning to do is steam Netflix and YouTube this is a no go, you'll be better served with an android device for the above uses. On Android and IOS 32GB is fine
not really. you have micro-sd expansion therefore you are absolutely not crippled.

iCrap on the other hand... are crap crippled.
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#71
Quote from boltman2007 View Post :
I disagree Laptops are the best mobile productivity tool.

Perhaps they aren't new and hip. But NO NEED for a dock...no need for attachments , LOTS of HD space, Lots of ram, True SSD
I will always prefer a laptop over a Tablet.
Agreed. People are commenting about lack of horsepower and storage, adding keyboards, kickstands, etc. All things the laptop already has - not to mention a bigger screen. I recently ordered a tablet, but mostly for my kids to play with, I wouldn't want to work on one.
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Quote from endtropy View Post :
Having purchased and returned a surface pro the one thing I will throw out here is depending on your usage model the Windows 8 App Store (I.e. metro tablet apps) is completely dismal. This doesn't mean these machines can't make great devices but you need to make sure the software available fits your needs.... When I first got my Surface Pro I was in love with the power and raw speed. Amazed that I could jump onto my steam or GOG games account and grab older games and just play them. Then after about a week of honey moon and I went back to my usual tablet activities the cracks really started to show.

Note - I am not saying this in regards to a critique of the hardware, this tablet isn't a surface pro obviously. What it will face is the same problems though when it comes to a complete lack of quality tablet apps. I also don't think "but it can run any x86 code" is a valid answer. A lot of desktop apps scale terribly with elements not scaling/blurring/etc. They lack touch friendly interfaces (outside of a small handful such as the office suite). If you intend to use this a a keyboard/mouse setup the majority of the time I'm sure they can be sweet. If you are thinking you can finally "lose the laptop and ipad" with one of these, I think you will find yourself disappointed.. Again the surface pro was an amazing machine but it was saddled with terrible terrible software.
if apps are what u need, stick with an android or ios. If youre someome who needs office or use 486 applicatiins for work or photoshop or lightroom for example then surface pro is for you
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#73
Quote from endtropy View Post :
Having purchased and returned a surface pro the one thing I will throw out here is depending on your usage model the Windows 8 App Store (I.e. metro tablet apps) is completely dismal. This doesn't mean these machines can't make great devices but you need to make sure the software available fits your needs.... When I first got my Surface Pro I was in love with the power and raw speed. Amazed that I could jump onto my steam or GOG games account and grab older games and just play them. Then after about a week of honey moon and I went back to my usual tablet activities the cracks really started to show.

Note - I am not saying this in regards to a critique of the hardware, this tablet isn't a surface pro obviously. What it will face is the same problems though when it comes to a complete lack of quality tablet apps. I also don't think "but it can run any x86 code" is a valid answer. A lot of desktop apps scale terribly with elements not scaling/blurring/etc. They lack touch friendly interfaces (outside of a small handful such as the office suite). If you intend to use this a a keyboard/mouse setup the majority of the time I'm sure they can be sweet. If you are thinking you can finally "lose the laptop and ipad" with one of these, I think you will find yourself disappointed.. Again the surface pro was an amazing machine but it was saddled with terrible terrible software.
facts you should consider:

1. metro app store is the fastest growing app store there is
2. not much need for apps when you have FULL browser with all codec / plug-in support
3. not much need for apps when you have millions of applications already out there.
4. install an android emulator allows you to run all the apps you need. (blustacks)

imo, metro app is just icing on cake. you don't buy a laptop for apps, you buy a laptop for APPLICATIONS AND FULL BROWSER.
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#74
Quote from cscamp20 View Post :
i dont understand your post. What are u talking about? Where can u buy a full version os (a real computer with usb ports in a tablet form factor for 299. Win 8 tablets are a great deal.
i dont know if you are just trolling here
He's probably just an android/ios fanboy that dislikes Microsoft based stuff even though it's more capable than his ipad.
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#75
Quote from cscamp20 View Post :
i dont understand your post. What are u talking about? Where can u buy a full version os (a real computer with usb ports in a tablet form factor for 299. Win 8 tablets are a great deal.
i dont know if you are just trolling here
he's saying - android devices are tablet-form because the OS is designed for it (touch/finger based interface). easy to consume media like videos

Windows devices need keyboard/mouse to navigate. Windows 8 tried to be more finger friendly with Metro UI, but a lot of the stuff aren't finger friendly

hence, if the selling point of these windows tablets are media consumption only, there are better alternatives (android). if selling point of these windows tables are media consumption+windows-based-programs/UI, the manufacture needs to give us these keyboard/mouse add-ons to use the windows-based-programs/UI properly.

bluetooth keyboards are a mess (you need to prop up two items-tablet/keyboard instead of just one). on-screen keyboard isn't fast enough. keyboard docks are much more useful
Last edited by paperwastage February 14, 2014 at 10:55 AM
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