|Screen Size||8.9 inches|
|Processor||1.33 GHz Intel Atom Z520|
|Hard Drive||32 GB|
ASUS Eee PC T91MT-PU17-WT Tablet White Netbook - 5 Hour Battery Life (Windows 7 Home Premium)
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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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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.
Top Customer Reviews
It was a novel design years ago and even though the technology was very under-powered for this touch screen gadget, I will always remember it fondly - it even came well before the first iPad :)
1. A better PDA - I use the T91MT primarily for checking email, Internet surfing, keeping contact phone book, and reading pdf files. With built-in keyboad, it works productively like a regular PC.
2. Fast wake up and long battery life - I only close down the LCD screen when I've done the computing. And the T91MT enters sleep mode by itself. It'll take only 4 seconds to wake up and ready to use. The battery will last several days this way.
3. No fan noise and feel only lukewarm on the bottom.
4. I bought a Bluetooth GPS receiver and installed a GPS software. Now I have hand held GPS when I need directions.
5. Now I carry it with it everywhere since it's only 2 lb.
About everything in the T91MT is solid state. The 32gig (30 says the system) about 12-13 is already taken up when you get it. Mind you, you can save over 1g of this by removing the 60 day office trial and replacing it with open office. The "disk expander" slot is open for a SDHC card too so you can quickly expand the space with a flash RAM card. Then an extra SD reader on the front so conceivably, you could have two 8,16, or 32gig SD's in it at once.
The RAM is easily expandable from the stock single 1G stick, though I would recommend looking to see what work.
Even with the starting 1gig of RAM, Windows 7 runs excellently. Fully optimized for battery, you can actually BEAT the factory estimate on battery to where I've gotten up to 6 hours of use. Mind you this is a dim monitor and fairly light usage. But the Windows 7 advantage is that very often the resource usage is nearly zero when things are inactive. The result is better life overall.
The touch screen takes quite a lot of calibration, particularly on mine the upper left corner is fairly off.. Where it's not necessarily super accurate with a bit of calibration, it can be rather accurate for finger-touching. And then with a lot of good calibration you can get it to be rather good. The multitouch is limited to two points, but it does work well for zooming, right clicking with the one finger on and tapping it with the other.
The writing recognition, when you first get it, is horrid. BUT that's because you have to gradually "teach" the computer your writing style. You can do this by either just using it regulalry or by using the windows 7 writing recognition tools. After a bit of use, the writing recognition learns better what you're going for and the guessing gets more accurate.
I'm overall satisfied with it. I originally had a ASUS 701, so I'm more than aware of the capabilities of a netbook. And even though the 701 is practically built like a tank and has the scars to prove it, the T91MT is also very well built and light weight to boot. Despite this model being fanless, the base doesn't get too very hot even on the higher settings. The fact there are no fans, moving parts, etc. means there's a lot less to go wrong and should last a long time.
I personally LOVE this computer. I have always wanted a tablet, and am very satisfied in my Asus selection. I do think though, it isn't for everyone out there. And though this review lists a bunch of inconvenient-sounding aspects, I really do love it. I just think it would be useful to know all these things to know if it is a match for review readers/potential buyers.
It's very portable, with long battery life (5 hours in constant use, I've found) as promised.
Since it is a 9 inch screen, though, the keyboard doesn't have a lot of space and is very, very tiny. I, personally, am not bothered because the laptop before it was 10 inch and before that 11 inch. In addition, since the keys are close together using "Home Keys" typing with not-tiny hands would be difficult, I imagine. However, if you are truly a fan of the tablet/touch-screen ways like I am, you'll find yourself using the screen to "type" a lot--unless you are writing pages and pages in one sitting (like an essay/paper).
When I first saw another, similar-sized model in person, I was uncomfortable with the thought of everyday internet/word processing use with a screen so small. If you think about it, when using certain internet browsers, for example, the space for actual browsing might be squished between the bottom task-bar and the top window bar (minimize button, address area, favorites area). I didn't think it would lend to easy browsing. This computer does have a "Full Screen" option where it hides all these bars to use the full screen space for your browsing enjoyment. Also, using a minimalistic browser like Google Chrome has done wonders.
I really enjoy the fun and easy programs like the photo-booth, note-taker, desktop sticky-notes, etc.
I was wary of Windows 7 at first (before buying this product), because I hadn't ever moved beyond XP in my previous laptops. But I think its wonderful and I'm glad I was "coersed" into using it by wanting the laptop itself badly enough.
The laptop can be really slow right after start-up (from being off, start-up from standby seems fine).
Definitely the best computer I've owned (BY FAR). And matched to the right type of user, it will be the best for other people too.