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docohno
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Tablet convertible help with purchase choices.
      #45174 - 08/23/13 02:41 PM

Lenovo helix
Sony Vaio Duo 11
Sony Vaio Duo 13
Any problems with Digitizer for notes

I7 3rd or 4th Generation ULV

Ram 8 gb
Hard Drive 256 gb
All have roughly the same battery life with added battery.

So do any of these shine brighter than the rest?
Tablet choices
You may choose only one
Asus Taichi 21
Lenovov Helix
Sony Vaio Duo 11
Sony Vaio Duo 13


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Re: Tablet convertible help with purchase choices. [Re: docohno]
      #45175 - 08/23/13 06:00 PM

Any one have any of these like them hate?

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Re: Tablet convertible help with purchase choices. [Re: docohno]
      #45177 - 08/24/13 10:39 AM

Personally I'd lean toward the Vaio Duo 13, since I bought one myself. But it does depend on your budget, size prefs and whether you need pen pressure in Adobe apps.

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Re: Tablet convertible help with purchase choices. [Re: LisaG]
      #45180 - 08/24/13 11:38 AM

I actually had decided that would be best. But i was concerned have you had the wireless issues? I will not be near home at school and will need to jump on wifi. The only other thought would be the AT&T wireless card when away I would not be in a bind. My only big dilemma is i7-4500 vs. i7-4650 any thoughts on that? I know I can't do autocad but I do have high processing needs for multitasking. Thank you so much. That is lots of money to go in blind.

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Re: Tablet convertible help with purchase choices. [Re: docohno]
      #45183 - 08/25/13 04:48 PM

I haven't had WiFi problems with mine. If you do have WiFi problems, a cheap USB WiFi adapter is also an option. I think the 4500U is fine for multitasking. The real benefit of the4650U is the slightly faster graphics that doesn't help with multitasking.

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Re: Tablet convertible help with purchase choices. [Re: LisaG]
      #45184 - 08/25/13 08:19 PM

So glad to hear that you have not had wifi issues. The cost should be a little better. I knew it would not help with multitasking but I thought maybe the speed might make some noticeable improvement. I think I should do fine with the 4500.

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Re: Tablet convertible help with purchase choices. [Re: docohno]
      #45703 - 11/27/13 11:51 AM

I am on a budget so can you recomend anything a little less expensive, that is maybe running intel i3 or i5 hybrid computer? Something reliable and looks great. and with detachable screen.

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