8 posts • joined 14 Feb 2008
No 3g :(
I almost whipped out the cash monies card as I am in need of a new laptop or tablet solution and this would have been perfect.
... except for the lack of 3g capability.
In today's market I would expect all tabs to come with a 3g option/version...
Actually... I would expect new flag ship technology to be built-in... A 3g version with LTE capability would scream "Buy me now, and I am all you that will need for the next 3 or 4 years".
And that's the point... as great as this tablet is, the lack of 3g and LTE makes me think "hang on to see what happens with the other tegra 3 tablets that are just around the corner, I am going to be spending around £500 after all".
ASUS could even release a new version with said bells and whistles, but rumour mill shows that they are in full denial.
Which means that it's most probably on its way.
all studying a BA Pie Baking Degree?
Fail at myself... not the topic.
I wish i had a camera phone when Concorde was transported down the A4 after its retirement.
Now that was a big load :)
read first, ask second
Like seriously, you should go to the Paris articles, re-read everyone from scratch, don't just skim read.
Its embarrasing to read your comments. Each objection you have brought up has been explained in previous articles.
Your latest statement about 'shoot the glue guy' is just fail. They clearly stated that they are doing a messy hot glue job in the mock-up of the wing section. They also stated this because they knew fully qualified members of the fail brigade would post stupid comments over the finishing quality on a test mock up.
Oh yeah, to answer your question, they won't be using hot glue on the wings. It will be neatly secured with epoxy.
Following that link at the end (pictures of the two ladies), I feel that the only sensible solution to this arguement is to let them sort it out in the mud ring.
They need training
From the BOFH and the PFY!
@ Jim The Boss
Marry me. x
Much rather have...
We have both here at work. The T61 is just too big to even be considered a useful portable. It's a nice spec and a powerful tool.
It's what you would give to a developer or serious number cruncher who might need to take their work home for a weekend once every month or two.
All our users go for the x61's. If you need a larger screen in the office, then use it on standard LCD's. The ratio is about 9 x61s's for one T61.
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