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ASUS Eee PC T91MT-PU17-WT Tablet White Netbook - 5 Hour Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)

by Asus
3.6 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

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  • 1.33GHz Intel Atom Z520 Processor
  • 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 1 Slot, 2GB Max
  • 32GB Solid State Drive + 500GB Free Eee Storage
  • 8.9-Inch Touch LED LCD Display; Multi-Touch Functionality; Bluetooth;
  • Windows 7 Home Premium (32 bit) Operating System; 5 Hour Battery Life
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Product Description

Product Description

ASUS introduces the newest member of the Eee PC T91 family, the T91MT with Multi-touch. Just like its predecessor, the T91MT delivers ultimate portability and simplicity with an easy-to-use touchscreen that enables user to effortlessly navigate applications and the Web at a press of a finger. As big as a paperback novel, the lightweight Eee PC T91MT is the world’s smallest and slimmest touch PC. Plus, it boasts long-lasting battery life with the energy-efficient Intel Atom Z520 processor, exclusive ASUS Super Hybrid Engine, and LED-backlit display, so you’ll be able to easily bring the thin and light Eee PC T91MT whenever and wherever you go. The Eee PC T91MT is built for ultimate mobile versatility. Conduct on-the-go meetings, read e-books comfortably in tablet mode, show-off your photo album to friends, or jot down some important notes using the stylus writing tool, whatever you choose to do the Eee PC T91MT makes it easy. The preinstalled Touch Gate software makes surfing the Web, navigating through folders and accessing your favorite applications simple and efficient. The T91MT's new multi-touch feature makes for even easier navigation, allowing you to zoom in and out, flick and rotate content with only two fingers using the touch screen. You also get easy, on-the-go access to your treasured data with a shock-resistant 32GB SSD hard drive and 500GB of Eee online Storage**. The Eee PC T91MT is built from the ground up to be your multi-purpose, mobile companion for all your needs. To protect your investment, ASUS also includes a sleeve case with the T91MT, perfect for carrying it while out and about.


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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Screen Size 8.9 inches
Processor 1.33 GHz Intel Atom Z520
Hard Drive 32 GB
Brand Name Asus
Item model number T91MT-PU17-WT
Operating System Windows 7 Home Premium 32-bit
Item Weight 2.1 pounds
Product Dimensions 8.9 x 6.5 x 1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 8.86 x 6.46 x 0.99 inches
Color White
Processor Brand Intel
Computer Memory Type SDRAM
Hard Drive Interface Solid State

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3.6 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #72,077 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
#32,672 in Computers & Accessories > Laptop Accessories > Batteries
Shipping Weight 3.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available October 30, 2009

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Since I've started using Ipod Touch generation 1 a couple of years back, I decided the future is all about touch screen and I told myself I would only buy mobile devices that would have access to touch screen. So I was looking forward to this netbook, as it was exactly what I've been hoping for in terms of concept and design.

Initially I was disappointed with the touch features due to lack of response, but after over a week I've started to like it. Don't get me wrong, the T91MT uses a resistive screen so it is never as responsive as the IPhone Capacitive screen but once you get used to the amount of pressure you need to apply, the T91MT response pretty well to touch commands. The main culprit of lag and unresponsiveness is the low powered CPU. I've notice while it is tablet mode, the processing power is restricted to only 800mhz. You will only get the full performance of 1.33ghz in netbook mode, this may be purposely implied to lower the system temperature in tablet. The difference in performance is very noticeable while watching online videos.

Multitouch zooming is not highly inaccurate, instead of making small smooth changes; it makes leaps that zoom from 100% to 125% or 100% to 75%, depending on the program. Some program has smooth animation between zoom to give the illusion that the zoom is more fluid. The biggest problem here is still processing power. If you are running zoom while low in processing resources you will likely to make inaccurate zoom, going over the desired zoom level due to lag.

There is a official demo video floating around on YouTube of the T91MT, this is the same video that is installed onto the netbook that shows every time you startup.
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The ASUS T91MT is my second try in the netbook market. A conventional Dell netbook proved pretty useless to me and ended up as my nephews' Nickelodeon/PBSKids machine. This one caught my eye, though, because I've very much enjoyed my larger HP TX2500 series tablet. Did the tablet option justify the price premium? To me it has.

The build quality feels surprisingly solid; the rotating hinge mechanism clicks reassuringly into place. The decision to include a permanent battery concerned me, but the choice allowed ASUS to distribute the weight around the chassis, making it more comfortable to hold in tablet form. As with any 8.9" netbook, the keyboard is a challenge to use, but that's where the tablet really comes in handy. Win 7's onscreen keyboard works just as well for me as any netbook keyboard.

I've had the machine for a week and am very pleased with the form factor so far. Windows 7 provides very nice touch features, making Asus' own TouchGate overlay completely unnecessary. With a little tweaking (taskbar on the right, full-screen browsing, etc.), the small screen does what I need. Outlook is a little cramped, but browsing in tablet form is truly a joy.

The screen has a soft matte surface with minimal reflection issues even on low-power settings. Sensitivity is excellent and I am able to consistently hit my mark even with my grown man fingers. I have not had a chance to use OneNote on this machine in a real life setting, so I can't say how well it works for inking notes in a meeting or class. Just playing around, I know the digitizer on the HP tablet seems to make inking a smoother process. There is a setting to allow for palm rejection when using the pen, which will be very nice.
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By Wes on November 12, 2009
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I've been trying for a long time to find a tablet form factor that works for me. This one works.

I'm interested primarily in surfing the web and reading PDFs when on the couch or in bed. I had tried a used NEC LitePad -- a great device but older and just too underpowered; and a Dell XT -- too heavy and too short on battery life; and the Viliv X70, which is near perfect but doesn't provide enough storage (16gb ssd) in its $599 version and has a 7" screen at 1.75 lbs as opposed to the t91mt's 9" screen at 2 lbs. What I've been looking for is the following:

1. Something light enough to hold in one hand lying in bed (2 lbs and under), a form factor in between an iphone and a regular tablet
2. Something powerful enough to run Microsoft Word and Adobe Professional (so that I can easily read and annotate PDFs); and decent enough power that I'm not frustrated in general -- good enough online video playback.
3. The ability to touch using my fingers (I have no interest in inking with a stylus) -- with something approaching the feel of an iphone: light touch, the ability to scroll down using the thumb directly on the page, etc.; multitouch with windows 7 a bonus.

The t91mt does all of these things quite well. I was a little worried when I first started using it and installing software: I had Dropbox (I use this for online file backup/sync with other computers) running in the background and during its first sync of a large number of files it uses a lot of CPU. Adobe Professional and Word took a long time to install. So during all this the t91mt was sluggish, and surfing the web was frustrating. Also, the Asus calibration tool isn't very good -- so I wasn't getting the accuracy I liked with touching.
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