|MOTION COMPUTING M1400 1,1GHZ,1.0GB,40GB, VIEWANYWHERE DISPLAY.STYLUS GOOD BATT|
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|Smartly engineered with the Intel Pentium M processor, the Motion Computing M1400 tablet PC ensures faster computation and processing speed, ideal for your home and office work. The 12.1-inch XGA TFT LCD screen of this Motion Computing tablet PC renders crisp, clear and bright images and text, by employing the Intel Display Power Saving Technology. Integrated with Intel 855GME Extreme Graphics controller, this Motion Computing tablet makes image transitions faster, smoother and seamless than ever, so you can enjoy gaming, watch 3D movies, sports shows, etc. The DDR SDRAM memory type in this Motion Computing tablet PC offers quick access to your files and folders. This Motion Computing tablet gives you lots and lots of space to store your files, documents, images, videos, apps, etc. With slim, sleek and compact design, the Motion Computing M1400 is easy to carry anywhere.|
|Display Size||12.1in (30.73 cm)|
|Hard Drive Capacity||60 GB|
|Operating System||Windows XP|
|Processor Type||Celeron M|
|Processor Speed||1.1 GHz|
|Bus Speed||400 MHz|
|Display and Screen|
|Display Tech||XGA TFT LCD|
|Graphic Processor||Intel 855GME|
|Installed Cache Memory||512 KB|
|RAM Technology||DDR SDRAM|
|Max Supported RAM||1.00GB|
|Connections and Expandability|
|Networking Type||Bluetooth, Integrated 10/100 Network Card, Integrated Wireless LAN|
|Expandability||Docking Station/Port Replicator|
|Expansion Ports||RJ-11 (modem), RJ-45 (NIC), VGA out|
|Audio Output||Headphones, Sound card, Speaker(s)|
|Modem Type||Fax / Modem|
|Height||0.87in (2.21 cm)|
|Width||11.65in (29.59 cm)|
|Depth||9.45in (24 cm)|
|Weight||3lb (1.36 kg)|
|Additional Technical Informations|
|Input Method||Digitizer, Keyboard|
|Analog Modulation Protocol||ITU V.92|
|Storage Controller Type||Ultra ATA 100|
|Security Features||Finger Print Sensor|
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If you want the M1400 for games, forget it. It is great for surfing on line, and using for office and application like this it is great! I loaded Windows 7 ultimate and put in a 250 GB hard drive and it seems to handle this well, with the exception that you cannot get the drivers for windows 7 and you loose some video functions, and the buttons do not work well. This is not an issue if you keep XP though. The on screen writing and keyboard is great, although Win 7 has self-correct which can be a pain sometimes. I kept Win 7 and it seems to be fine. Motion has NOT updated drivers for this machine past XP, and neither has Intel.
This machine tends to get hot but it seems not to effect it.
The battery life, well, I only have a few used batteries which I keep on hand and charged, I get about 2 working hours out of them on average. I also keep the power supply handy too. When the battery drops, there is no warning, it goes right into hibernation, but so far I have not lost any work as long as I plug it in and not remove the battery until then.
The PCMCIA seems to be flaky too, I bought a SD card reader and it only sees 1 GB cards, nothing more. This is a legacy issue that I can’t seem to get past, but a usb reader does work fine. There is NO SD card reader in it. I bought an USB SD card reader at Tiger Direct for $7.
The optional keyboard does work well with both XP and 7. IT is a little more like a laptop then. The other issue I have is that they put the USB ports on the bottom and it is hard to plug anything in while you have the keyboard in.
You have to have a stylus for it, it is NOT a traditional touch screen.
The docking station works well, too, you can use pretty much anything with it and makes a good charging station while not in use too.
The fingerprint reader works with 7 but when signing in, it always tells me that I have not registered my prints though I have. With XP it works great.
The Bluetooth, I have not messed with yet. Both XP and 7 do see it though. Voice to text I have not tried either.
Oh one more thing to add, Drawing with Paint is pretty cool too.
I bought 5 non working ones on EBay and was able to get 4 working 3 are fully functional 2 with Win 7 and 1 with XP. The other 2 I keep for spare parts in case I drop mine. My wife loves the one that I made for her and I love using mine at work. In the end I paid a little over $200 for all of it. They seem to be pretty dependable so far, I have only had them for about 1 month. Lastly, they do take some getting used to if you are not used to working with a stylus, but fun.
I hope that I gave you some good insight into the M1400.
A good price for a working tablet with XP, Power supply,60GB HD and stylus is $130. W/ keyboard add $30 and docking station add $30. DVD writer $25 (can get at tiger direct new for $32 with tax)
I bought this product to use in the field I am constantly having to look at different publications and now I can store them all on this and access them easy