|Screen Size||12.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1280 x 800 pixels|
|Processor||1.3 GHz Intel Core i5|
|RAM||2 GB DDR3|
|Hard Drive||32 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD 3000|
|Card Description||HD graphics|
|Wireless Type||802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||3 hours|
ASUS Eee Slate EP121-1A011M 12.1-Inch Tablet PC
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- 12.1-inch capacitive pressure-sensing multi touch LED-backlit HD display for brilliant HD entertainment and intuitive navigation
- Less than one inch thin and made with gorilla glass for easy portability and robust durability
- Digitizer pen with Windows 7 pen support for accurate writing and drawing accuracy
- Intel Core i5-470UM processor with Intel HD graphics for energy efficient multitasking performance and 1080p HD playback
- 32GB solid state drive for quickly storing and accessing you treasured data
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Top Customer Reviews
+ It's like it was was made for OneNote - stylus input and handwriting recognition are incredible
+ Screen is very bright and crisp, great viewing angles
+ Touch input experience is good as well, supports pinch zoom, etc
+ Fast, responsive, boots quick, runs Win7 apps well, good experience with office suite
+ Email and Web browsing is surprisingly easy with either touch or stylus input
+ Can handle some higher end games, though not a gaming machine
= Was expecting it to be too heavy but was pleasantly surprised that is was not
= Was expecting the Win7 touch experience to be terrible, but it wasn't bad
= Is expensive but not bad if you compare it to a laptop with a core i5 and active digitizer
- Battery life is dismal
- Password entry is not fun, wish it had a fingerprint reader
Important tip - make sure to install the optional firmware update to the digitizer from Windows Update.
I've been keeping an eye out for a machine like this for years to use at work. I don't like using laptops to take notes. The flipped up screen and noise of typing is distracting to a conversation. This machine offers an experience like using pen and paper with all the advantages of electronic notes.
The combination of a good digitizer, the great handwriting recognition and palm reject of OneNote, and the general design of the tablet itself help make it the best machine I've seen for taking notes. The tablet is relatively heavy but still quite comfortable to hold in the palm of my hand or crook of my arm.Read more ›
What I liked:
- It's Windows 7 so we will be able to use it in a corp environment. Clients want us to use iPads but compatibility, security, and flash support just isn't there yet.
- It already comes with the keyboard and stand. Please factor that in with the price.
- Has bluetooth and many of the ports I expect to use.
- The screen is a nice size so you can demo applications or slide desks on it to a small group.
- The unit isn't heavy so you can hand it around to people.
What I don't like:
- Windows 7 touch interface isn't as good as other touch interfaces. Hopefully this will improve over time
- The cost of the ep121 will probably make it a non-mainstream device.
- If they sold this without the keyboard, I could use one I already have and save money
- Like the other reviewer said, a finger print reader would rock.
Who should buy it:
- Those that want a tablet experience AND the ability to run windows 7 applications.
- Those that want to use a tablet in a corporate environment, as this tablet should meet security requirements.
Who shouldn't buy it:
People that want to mostly surf the web, consume media files, play games, etc., should consider cheaper options available (ipads, android tablets, etc.).
Eee Slate vs iPad:
I wouldn't say that these devices compete with each other. The iPad is great for consuming content while I see the Eee Slate being more of a productivity tool. Coupled with a keyboard, the Eee Slate is basically a laptop. When Asus releases some android tablets, we'll see how well they stack up.
The EP121 has definitely exceeded my expectations so far.
It is fast! I have tested Office 2010 and Visual Studio 2010 professional and they have worked without a hiccup.
Inking is excellent and gets better as you use it. This is the tablet to have if you want to do more than surf the web!
BTW, you have to use Onenote with this tablet.
If your into gadgets, you will feel a little tingle the 1st time you use Onenote to jot down some ideas. This is how tablets should be!
As far as video:
Flash, Youtube and Netflix all work flawlessly in HD.
I had no issues using the HDMI to hookup to my Panasonic 50". It looked great and there was no screen clipping.
I am currently getting between 3.5 - 4.5 hours under normal use (Screen at 30%). Not great, but not bad for a tablet with these specs.
The screen is excellent, in fact at full brightness, it will burn your eyes!
Touch input is accurate and the wacom digitizer is spot on. I'm not an artist, but to me the stylus is awesome.
Since using a 12.1" screen, I don't know how anyone could go smaller.
Some final notes, unlike other ipad and ipad like like devices out there, this is a full featured tablet PC with all the capabilities and power of a notebook. If you don't like something, change it. Windows 7 is fully customizable for tablet use (see below for some tips). Don't believe the tech blogs out there panning windows for a poor touch experience. It will do whatever you want it to... And use the stylus! This, by far, is the way to go for tablet input. Trust me, once you do, you will realize that simple finger touch is not the answer for everything.
If your into games, check out Intel AppUp.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's a very powerful PC, but the battery gets worn out too fast and the replacement batteries are even worse. The stylus calibration is inaccurate and it cannot be fixed. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Manolo Rodriguez
I bought a Microsoft Surface Pro 3 thinking I was upgrading from my Asus slate PC. Hahaha! Microsoft sucks so much and Asus had it right multiple years ago. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Frank Jones
great product. but didn't come wirh any periferals or even the chargerPublished 10 months ago by nom de guerre