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|The ExoPC Slate 64 GB Tablet PC provides carrying news, books, magazine, or even tabloids in an electronic format. You can flip through pages or hundreds of books’ titles, or email or chat online easily on the ExoPC Slate 64 GB Tablet PC, running on a 1.66 GHz Intel processor, and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-Bit operating system. This ExoPC handheld has 64 GB internal storage memory. The ExoPC Slate Tablet features an 11.6-inch touchscreen 16:9 aspect display. This ExoPC Slate Tablet has built-in microSD card slot for plugging in extra microSD memory cards. The ExoPC handheld’s battery lasts hours on a single charge. It also has a 1.3-megapixel camera for clicking and sharing pictures.|
|Display Size||11.6in (29.46 cm)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||64 GB|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows|
|Processor Speed||1.66 GHz|
|Display and Screen|
|Display Max. Resolution||1366 x 768|
|Front Camera Resolution||1.3 megapixel|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Expandability||SD Card Slot, SDHC Card Slot|
|Width||7.7in (19.5 cm)|
|Depth||0.55in (1.4 cm)|
|Weight||2.09lb (0.95 kg)|
Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
After owning both types of tablets (pads, like the ASUS Transformer, and slates, like the ExoPC Slate), I will probably never go back to pad type tablets!
This slate tablet is a fantastic tool for students. The built in Journal program made note taking so much easier and more easily organized, the handwriting recognition, brand new, was very accurate, and it LEARNS from what you write, greatly increasing the accuracy from YOUR handwriting.
The tech specs are also quite shocking for a tablet. The hyperthreaded Atom managed to handle most of the business and programming apps that I loaded on it with relative ease. 2 GB of DDR2 RAM is easily double what most high end pad tablets come equipped with, and the 64 GB solid state drive performs quite well for loading windows and programs. And yes, the Crystal HD accelerator makes a HUGE difference. This thing can handle 1080p easily :)
Battery life hovers around an average of 3-5 hours depending on use. With Adobe Lightroom being heavily used along with updates going in the background, the tablet got around 3 hours of battery life. Using just the notes software, it made it through my full class day (11:00 a.m - 6:15 p.m). That includes a little youtube break ;]
If you are a fan of Windows 8, this tablet does perform quite well with the consumer preview. Drivers loaded with relative ease. I personally don't like Windows 8 in its current state, but to those who do, it works quite well. Just have an external DVD drive ready :D
Great price and works well when plugged into the adapter. The shortcomings were that the screen would dim to the point of unusable when not plugged in. There was no way to adjust this. Also, this did not have auto orientation. It would be either set in portrait or landscape mode. It does not automatically change when you turn the computer. No bluetooth.
I will say that I'm running a beta version of Windows 8 so it may work fine with Windows 7.
Wait for the Microsoft Surface.
Pros-Windows 7/8 (personal preference)
Runs the programs I need (especially real business progs)
Great screen, like the SSD, touchscreen very responsive
Tablet format very handy/portable
Cons-Probably not for heavy gamers
Would I buy again - yes I did!
I was looking for a tablet that offered Windows 7 and USB ports. This tablet offered both and a whole lot more.I like the size of the tablet. I also like the fact that I have two OS(even though I mostl use Windows). After researching various tablets, I concluded that this was the best tablet for me. I was reluctant to buying an electronic device over the internet, but the seller answered ALL of my questions promptly. The only issues that I have with this device is the lack of companies that offer accessories. I had to order my folio/with a keyboard from a company in the UK. As of today, I am still waiting on the folio.
Very pleased with the ExoPC which I purchased from BZmom93. I get the full 3.5 hours of use under constant load for which this tablet is rated. If I use it off and on, the battery lasts into the next day. Using a MiFi 4G LTE, I have gotten 5.9 Meg download speeds and 4.4 Meg upload speeds. The ExoPC gives the full internet experience, running Java, which the other tablets cannot run. You get the desktop experience in a very light tablet. You can't ask for anything more.