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reply to ImpldConsent
Re: Tablet Discussions I can see oh some people would be confused or conflicted. I still kind of have my own vision of how I think it should be in order to keep things organized and fair but it would also require subdividing this forum.
There is some overlap at times though. One or two devices that don't fit neatly in any one category. Such as the ASUS Transformer All-In-One which incorporates a rather large Android / ARM tablet as a removable display for a desktop PC:
Such things are few and far between though,....
reply to signmeuptoo
I'll take as much information I can get about tabs because I'm contemplating one. I've always kind of considered this forum more about computer parts and problems thereof versus completed builds as a whole. I'm fine either way.
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Here is another odd bird:
The Asus FonePad:
ASUS FonePad official: 7-inch tablet with phone functionality, priced at $249 (hands-on)
Its the first Intel Atom based 7" tablet I can recall seeing. So its a "PC" tablet but it is running Google Android Jellybean natively,....and has smartphone functionality,....
With a Bluetooth headset or headphones it might make a really good all-in-one type of on the go platform.
Ultimately I would say its a PC though due to its native x86 / x64 support,...