I asked dell and they didn't know if it was pressure sensitive and the interwebs are not too hopefulAlso look at Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, and Dell. All offer tablet offerings with stylus input.
Well, that explains the hard drive failure in the old one. That is who made it. :lol:After owning two Fujitsus, I wouldn't recommend them to someone who drops her laptop twice a day.
I asked dell and they didn't know if it was pressure sensitive and the interwebs are not too hopeful
Well, that explains the hard drive failure in the old one. That is who made it. :lol:
I was going to ask which Dell did you ask about, but then i remembered that XT2 uses N-Trig digitizers The most important thing to ask is whether the system uses a Wacom digitizer or a N-Trig, apparently N-Trig's pressure sensitivity doesn't work in photoshop, which you probably use.
Lenovo and Fujitsu use Wacom, while HP's consumer line used N-Trig (for the multitouch) last I checked.
I'd go there ^ for reviews and the forum. While a tad slow, they do know their stuff and should give you answers relatively quickly.
EDIT: Well this Fujitsu uses n-trig so i take it back...WTF....lol
EDIT 2: If you choose "pen input" under display type here: http://store.shopfujitsu.com/fpc/Ecommerce/tabletpcs-and-notebooks.jsp
the site will show only systems that are wacom equipped. I'm looking for any HP's or lenovo's
Apparently they do not sell fujitsus in this state so there is no way I can figure out if I like one unless I buy it
That's pretty sweet, puts mine to shame and i consider this thing pretty fast. 12" is huge. Can I ask how expensive it was or where you finally found it to buy?Asus clearly does not want me to buy their magic tablet because I am not in england.
I bought it anyway. I can justify this purchese because MY MACBOOK IS STILL BROKEN APPLE WTF IS WRONG WITH YOU FIX THE GOD DAMN COMPUTER IT HAS BEEN LIKE OVER 2 WEEKS NOW DSIFLHGJKDFHGJFDBGJHHJ HOW DO I LIVE WITHOUT COMPUTER
Yay congrats! W00t for J&R, I used to work across the street from there, was very hard to make myself not have the paycheck direct deposited to their accountYeah 12" is pretty big I will need a larger purse :lol:
Though considering my #1 purpose there will be to draw on it that is more of a plus, Wacoms are very expensive in that size, my larger tablet cost something close to 400$ when I bought it and it is only like 9" and is just a regular graphics tablet.
It cost me about 1250 for the 64gb version (I could not find the 32gb one) from J&R. It seems to be selling like crazy and already getting hard to find. It doesn't have the fancy dock but it does come with a wireless keyboard.
In other news, I wiped my MBP's drive down to nothing, reinstalled, and transferred over only files for firefox, amsn, and mail. Guess what? Still drops signal on all three. No way that is software issues, I'll have to make my 6th or so trip to the apple store...