[Lab] Now tablet PC

Emily Daniels emily.daniels at gmail.com
Tue Sep 14 13:04:57 EDT 2010

Hate to be an iPad salesman too but the battery life on the device is around
10 hours of constant use. There are some awesome art programs on it as well-
Sketchbook Pro and Adobe Ideas. It can also sync with Dropbox for cloud file
storage and access.

On Tue, Sep 14, 2010 at 11:14 AM, Mike Ayukawa <mike.ayukawa at gmail.com>wrote:

>  Andrew,
> Other than the video editing and animation, I'd consider getting a low
> powered, long battery life
> netbook like tablet. There is a wave of Android based units coming down the
> chute from ASUS,
> Samsung, Dell, and Motorola.
> I'm waiting to see the Asus Eee Pad.  I'm actually becoming quite a fan of
> their Eee series with
> their long battery life in their netbooks.  If you can hack b/w, they have
> something
> that they call the Eee Tablet that is more akin to a Kindle but has a very
> high resolution
> stylus based touchscreen that is setup for drawing.
> I bicycle just about anywhere, year around and going light is a real bonus.
>  I also have found putting my netbook in a $12 MEC drysack is extra
> insurance.  MEC has a small
> one that fits well.  My panniers leak and sometimes so does my water
> bottle.
> /Mike
> On 9/14/2010 9:32 AM, Alexandre Castonguay wrote:
>> Hi Andrew,
>> I hate to be a salesman for them but the iPad does all that I think.
>>  Maybe a laptop with a tablet?
>> a+
>> a
>> Andrew Morrow a écrit :
>>> Hi all,
>>> This is my first post, so please forgive me if this isn't getting to the
>>> right place, or seems off-topic.
>>> I'm looking for tablet-style computer on which to do digital painting,
>>> and most likely animation, video editing, and maybe even email etc (most
>>> importantly, though, digital painting). I've looked at Tablet PC's,
>>> modbooks, and cintiqs, but am unable to make a decision, as I really have no
>>> expierience with these things. Portability is important, as I'll be biking
>>> around with the thing, and would want to be able to produce studies on the
>>> spot. Any advice?
>>> Andrew Morrow
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