Looking for LARGE SCREEN tablet pc by mesofun

by BuddyBrooks - 1/20/12 8:49 AM

In Reply to: Tablet PC by zetaone

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</font><span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>Wow,
<span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>Wow! Unbelievable! You people just don't get it! I am appalled! There are many valid reasons for
wanting a large screen tablet that is portable. Just because you don't need
one, don't ridicule those of us who have been dying for one. It is not a
ridiculous request.
<span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>Many companies would love to have inexpensive portable
tablets large enough to display drawings that could be carried around a shop
floor or customers facility in place of paper drawings, especially if there
were a markup feature. It would also be great to take one on site when doing
site surveys. Not to mention reading for those of us with less than perfect
eyesight. I am surprised at how narrow minded you can be.
<span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>The Que was a nice
candidate if someone had just finished it. There is a huge market available.
You need to quit telling us what we need and listen to the fact that many of us
want a large lightweight tablet for document display (Graphics, drawings, Magazine,
reading). An Ipad is too small for what I want. I am not a 90 lb weakling. A
leather portfolio pad size is nice (8.5 x 11) and comfortable for most to carry
around. Most of us Engineering types would prefer an 11 x 17(b size drawings). <?xml:namespace prefix =" o" ns =" "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office"" /><o:p></o:p>
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</font><span class="subject"><span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>>There's
no 'trend'.<span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>

>by <a href="http://www.cnet.com/profile/fbbbb/"><span style="color: rgb(41, 100, 191);">fbbbb</a>
- 3/27/09 1:44 AM

>In Reply to: <a href="http://forums.cnet.com/7723-12544_102-334145/looking-for-large-screen-tablet-pc/?refresh=1327076883231#message2999359"><span style="color: rgb(41, 100, 191);">Looking for LARGE SCREEN tablet pc</a> by <a href="http://www.cnet.com/profile/mesofun/"><span style="color: rgb(41, 100, 191);">mesofun</a>

>The screens are small because tablets are intended to be carried and used
on the move. You're not going >to do that with a >3.5Kg behemoth.
<span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>You are
wrong! there is a trend and it needs to change!
<span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'><a href="http://www.cnet.com/profile/MV960/"><span style="color: rgb(41, 100, 191);">MV960</a>
you missed the whole point.<o:p></o:p>
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</font><span style="'font-family:" "Arial","sans-serif"; font-size: 11pt;'>Surely
someone can develop something for a reasonable cost. Start with just a portable
display for images (pdf's?, jpegs, dwgs). Engineering and architectural images
can be quite complex and small screens are nearly useless.<o:p></o:p>
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