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Asus R1F tablet PC reviewed

Posted on Thursday, July 05 2007 @ 08:25:36 CEST by

X-bit Labs took a look at the Asus R1F tablet PC:
The R1F model has an optimal size of the screen, 13.3 inches, fitting right between sub-notebooks and desknotes and blending mobility with ergonomics in a most appropriate way. Besides what every regular notebook can do, the R1F can turn its “head” around clockwise by 180 degrees and transform into a tablet PC with handwriting input and stylus-based navigation.

This transformer notebook also features a modular design and allows hot-swapping the optical drive for an additional battery, a hard disk drive, or a plug if you just want to reduce the computer’s weight.
You can check out the review over here. Overall they seemed to like this tablet PC, the biggest downside was the bad performance in games but that's not really what this notebook is made for.



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