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|02-24-2013 02:29 AM|
|GzyOnline||Omg, ive never seen this thing before.. Dual monitors?!? That's pretty damn sLick!! ;D is it even available in the U.S.?! ;P|
|02-18-2013 09:52 PM|
|02-15-2013 11:09 AM|
|02-15-2013 09:19 AM|
|ajamils||How does this compare to the Sony Duo 11? I am very tempted to pick that one up but it seems like the current version has been discontinued.|
|02-15-2013 08:59 AM|
I can see this as the ONLY laptop I would need to get a case for.
most laptops, you close the lid and that's it. now with this you have to worry about protecting the exposed screen on the top side.
|02-15-2013 08:59 AM|
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|02-15-2013 07:06 AM|
i think u get on to those escort service forums too much...
|02-15-2013 05:52 AM|
I'm more excited about this than the Surface, lower price, more flexibility. They're kind of different audiences, but after using a Surface a bit it becomes awkwardly limited in that I normally use a laptop on my lap, or with the screen at various angles. I happen to have instances where being able to have a presentation screen on the other side of my screen would be helpful sometimes. The flip-screen ultrabooks seem like trouble waiting to happen, this seems like an elegant solution that increases flexibility.
|02-15-2013 04:55 AM|
Does both screeen mirror each other?
Can I watch corn annd the guy at the opposide of the train seat see all?
|02-15-2013 01:58 AM|
This ultrabook is about portability and a discrete gpu would sacrifice a lot of battery power and space. However the HD Graphics 4000 is actually a very capable performer. In the Ivy-bridge development, it was one of the factors that put it over the previous generation cpu.
The next generation cpu (haswell) will focus on energy consumption.
I would pick this over the macbook air for around the same price, although the MBP will have very different purposes. And after using a touchscreen Win8 ultrabook for a few months now I must say touch screen does make a huge difference.
|02-15-2013 01:50 AM|
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|02-15-2013 12:16 AM|
|Zclyh3||The Tachi uses a SanDisk X100 mSATA SSD with a 500/420 MB/s sequential read/write speeds vs. the Surface Pro's Crucial mSATA rated 500/90MB/s read/write speeds. That's a BIG difference. The RAM is slower on the Tachi though at 1333MHz vs. 1600MHz .|
|02-15-2013 12:09 AM|
If only the inside screen were a touchscreen as well....
Edit: Wait a minute....
"Both screens supports up to 10-finger touch gestures, such as tap, slide, drag, pinch-to-zoom and more. There is also an included stylus, which can be combined with the touch screen's 256 levels of pressure sensitivity for accurate handwriting simulation."
Did they change the inside screen to be a touchscreen as well as the screen on the outside, or is this a marketing error?
Edit 2: It's a marketing error. Only the outside screen is a touchscreen.
"Are both screens touch screens with multi-touch features, or only the outside screen? Feb 10, 2013
Staff: The manufacturer indicates that only one screen (the secondary) is a multi-touch capable touch screen. Feb 11, 2013"
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