Tablet PC..


Se pare ca am ajuns la o asa dependenta de calculatoare / retele de socializare / gaming, incat portabilitatea este primul atribut la care se gandeste orice producator de hardware si, mai nou, software (portabilitate intre S.O.). Am trecut prin multe generatii de PC-uri si Mac-uri, am ajuns la un nivel de performanta si portabilitate a notebook / netbook inimaginabile acum cativa ani, insa nu vrem sa ne oprim. Astfel ca, producatorii tin neaparat sa ne faca pe plac, de aici inovatia Tablet PC.

A tablet personal computer (tablet PC) is a portable personal computer equipped with a touchscreen as a primary input device and designed to be operated and owned by an individual. The term was made popular as a concept presented by Microsoft in 2001, but tablet PCs now refer to any tablet-sized personal computer, regardless of the operating system.

Unlike laptops, tablet personal computers may not be equipped with a keyboard, in which case they use a virtual onscreen substitute. All tablet personal computers have a wireless adapter for Internet and local network connection. Software applications for tablet PCs include office suites, web browsers, games and a variety of applications. However, since portable computer hardware components are low powered, demanding PC applications may not provide an ideal experience to the user.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cred ca de iPad am auzit cu totii, ca fiind varf de lance in domeniu, si chiar inovatori – trebuie sa recunoastem. Dar mai recunosc si ca nu mi se pare ca produsul Apple ar fi cel mai bun, sau cel mai dezirabil – cel putin din punctul meu de vedere.

E frumos finisat, are aplicatii interesante si poate face o buna parte din lucrurile pe care le poate fae un notebook de nivel mediu, astfel ca iti ia ochii, dar d.p.d.v. practic nu prea corespunde. Un scurt review mai jos.

Partea buna a lucrurilor e ca restul companiilor producatoare sunt hotarate sa recupereze terenul pierdut, astfel ca se anunta o concurenta serioasa pentru magnatul Mar american.

De pilda, s-a creat o agitatie foarte mare in jurul noului produs Samsung – Galaxy Tab, despre care cei de la Orange au o buna parere – mai ales ca tocmai ce l-au pus in vanzare la preturi – zic eu – destul de piperate.

Da, mai nou vad si eu utilitatea acestor device-uri, datorita nevoii de mobilitate si de performanta. Insa, eu unul astept produsul dezvoltat de Toshiba, care va ajunge pe rafturi curand – la un pret preconizat pentru Europa de 400 euro + taxe.

Mentionez ca increderea in produsele Toshiba este motivata de experienta personala, insa cred ca datele prezentate mai jos sunt destul de convingatoare.

Partea buna a lucrurilor e ca se progreseaza, incet dar sigur, asa ca asteptam si alte produse – mult mai interesante. Intre timp – pentru cei care nu au inca preferinte – le ofer un top al produselor din categoria Tablet, poate ii va ajuta sa se decida asupra unui produs anume; ii astept si cu sugestii sau comentarii oricand – cine stie ce mai aflu interesant ?!

  1. HP Pavilion tx2500z
    Product viewed 4749 in past five days
  2. Lenovo ThinkPad X200
    Product viewed 2429 in past five days
  3. Asus Eee PC T91
    Product viewed 1939 in past five days
    Newegg.com $299.99
  4. Samsung Galaxy Tab
    Product viewed 1489 in past five days
  5. Apple iPad
    Product viewed 1094 in past five days
    AppleStore.com $499.00
  6. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC
    Product viewed 864 in past five days
  7. HP Touchsmart tm2t
    Product viewed 713 in past five days
  8. Asus R1 Tablet PC
    Product viewed 581 in past five days
  9. HP Pavilion tx2000
    Product viewed 546 in past five days
  10. HP EliteBook 2730p

.. Most viewed Tablet PCs – via TabletPCReview ..

Below is a list of the most viewed Tablet PCs based on TabletPCReview.com product views data.

Key: % share of 6,769 total clicks / click count (based on past 5-days of collected data)

  1. HP Pavilion tx2500z (AMD Turion X2 processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2008)
    23.1% / 4,749
  2. Lenovo ThinkPad X200 (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2008)
    11.8% / 2,429
  3. Asus Eee PC T91 (Intel Atom processor, 8.9″ screen, released 2009)
    9.4% / 1,939
  4. Samsung Galaxy Tab (Cortex A8 processor, 7″ screen, released 2010)
    7.3% / 1,489
  5. Apple iPad (Apple A4 processor, 9.7″ screen, released 2010)
    5.3% / 1,094
  6. Lenovo ThinkPad X61 Tablet PC (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    4.2% / 864
  7. HP Touchsmart tm2t (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2010)
    3.5% / 713
  8. Asus R1 Tablet PC (Core Duo or Core 2 Duo processor, 13.3″ screen, released 2006)
    2.8% / 581
  9. HP Pavilion tx2000 (AMD Turion X2 processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    2.7% / 546
  10. HP EliteBook 2730p (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2008)
    2.2% / 459
  11. Dell Latitude XT (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    1.2% / 239
  12. Toshiba Portege M700 (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    1.1% / 234
  13. Fujitsu LifeBook T5010 (Core 2 Duo processor, 13.3″ screen, released 2008)
    1.1% / 233
  14. HP EliteBook 2740p (Intel Core i7-620M processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2010)
    1.1% / 228
  15. Lenovo ThinkPad X60 Tablet PC (Core Duo or Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2006)
    1.1% / 217
  16. Dell Streak (Qualcomm Snapdragon QSD8250 processor, 5″ screen, released 2010)
    1.0% / 200
  17. Dell Latitude XT2 (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2009)
    1.0% / 197
  18. HP Compaq TC4400 Tablet PC (Core Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2006)
    0.9% / 191
  19. Toshiba Libretto W100 (Intel Pentium U5400 processor, 7″ screen, released 2010)
    0.9% / 190
  20. Lenovo ThinkPad X41 Tablet (Intel Pentium M processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2005)
    0.9% / 189
  21. Armor X10gx (Core Duo processor, 10.4″ screen, released 2010)
    0.9% / 179
  22. HP Compaq TC4200 Tablet PC (Intel Pentium M processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2005)
    0.9% / 176
  23. Panasonic Toughbook 18 (Intel Pentium M processor, 10.4″ screen, released 2004)
    0.8% / 171
  24. Fujitsu LifeBook T2020 (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2008)
    0.8% / 162
  25. Lenovo X201T (Intel Core i7 processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2010)
    0.7% / 142
  26. Toshiba Portege M400 (Core Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2006)
    0.7% / 141
  27. LG C1 (Core Duo processor, 10.6″ screen, released 2007)
    0.6% / 132
  28. Toshiba Portege M780 (Intel Core i3-330M or Intel Core i5-520M or Intel Core i7-620M processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2010)
    0.6% / 130
  29. HP Pavilion tx1000z (AMD Turion X2 processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    0.6% / 128
  30. HP Compaq 2710p (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    0.6% / 117
  31. Wacom Cintiq 12WX (12.1″ screen, released 2008)
    0.5% / 108
  32. Fujitsu LifeBook T900 (Intel Core i5-520M or Intel Core i5-540M or Intel Core i7-620M processor, 13.3″ screen, released 2010)
    0.5% / 101
  33. Amazon Kindle (Freescale 532 MHz or ARM-1 processor, 6″ screen, released 2010)
    0.4% / 91
  34. Fujitsu LifeBook T4220 Tablet PC (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    0.4% / 88
  35. MSI Computer MSI Wind Pad (Intel Atom processor, 10″ screen, released 2010)
    0.4% / 88
  36. Acer TravelMate C310 (Intel Pentium M processor, 14.1″ screen, released 2005)
    0.4% / 80
  37. HP TouchSmart tx2z (AMD Turion X2 processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2008)
    0.4% / 74
  38. Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t (Intel Atom processor, 10.1″ screen, released 2010)
    0.4% / 72
  39. Fujitsu Lifebook T1010 (Core 2 Duo processor, 13.3″ screen, released 2008)
    0.4% / 72
  40. Gateway C-140X (Core 2 Duo processor, 14″ screen, released 2007)
    0.3% / 70
  41. Samsung Q1UP-V (Core Solo processor, 7.0″ screen, released 2008)
    0.3% / 65
  42. Fujitsu LifeBook T2010 (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    0.3% / 60
  43. Panasonic ToughBook 19 (Core Duo processor, 10.4″ screen, released 2007)
    0.3% / 60
  44. Nokia N800 Internet Tablet (4.1″ screen, released 2007)
    0.2% / 45
  45. Fujitsu LifeBook T4210 (Core Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2006)
    0.2% / 44
  46. Acer TravelMate C200 Tablet PC (Intel Pentium M or Intel Celeron processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2005)
    0.2% / 44
  47. Fujitsu Lifebook P1620 (Core 2 Duo processor, 8.9″ screen, released 2008)
    0.2% / 41
  48. Gateway E-155C Tablet PC (Core 2 Duo processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2007)
    0.2% / 40
  49. Motion Computing F5 (Core Solo processor, 10.4″ screen, released 2008)
    0.2% / 38
  50. Fujitsu LifeBook T4410 (Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 or Intel Core 2 Duo P8800 or Intel Core 2 Duo P9700 processor, 12.1″ screen, released 2010)
    0.2% / 36

.. Most Popular Tablet PCs – via TabletPCReview ..

later..

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