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Is the Eee PC T91 a good tablet for drawing?
I want a tablet PC for art purposes, and the T91 fits my price range, but I’ve heard it’s too laggy to be a good drawing tool. I can’t find any coverage or footage of the thing being used for art, so please give me something to go on!
I would not recommend a netbook for drawing because they come with atom cpu. If the clockspeeds were more like 2.0 ghz and they had dual core processors I would recommend. This net book most likely may not handle your drawing application, and there is no mention of pressure sensitivity. Still a tablet netbook is a nice idea.
I recommend getting a bamboo pen tablet ($70)
or save up for the 12wx cintiq
What tablet PC would you recommend for me?
I need a tablet PC primarily for powerpoint presentations. I will also need the computer to run short video clips and to be able to interface with an Interwrite PRS. Can you help by recommending a good one that is priced reasonably?
It sounds like you needs a TabletPC that has better-than-average graphics support.
Most TPC’s are more “business” oriented and as such have fairly standard graphics capabilities.
I’d look at TPC’s from Toshiba, as they’re known for good graphics, or perhaps the HP TX2500 series, which is a consumer-grade models “tuned” for entertainment purposes.
tablet pc question about price, please look?
ok so i want to buy a FUJITSU LT P-600 STYLISTIC tablet pc. it has a windows 98 operating system and pentium 3 processor in it. It works ans stuff just i need to find a good price for it. the seller doesnt no eather so i need a good idea for a price. Its 3 years old and is not wireless. please tell me.
I think your best bet is to check eBay.
I found one for $325 here – http://cgi.ebay.com/Fujitsu-Stylistic-LT-P-600-PIII-600MHz-Tablet-PC_W0QQitemZ270107297947QQcategoryZ39980QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem
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