Multitouch screen responds to fingers and stylus, Quick performance keeps up with nearly anything.
Standard-voltage processors replace low-volt ones. When used in tandem, the two batteries delivered outstanding battery life. Lightweight. Ruggedized for business travel. Sleekest looking tablet.
Great specs, thin design when closed.
Durable and attractive design, Fast performance, Good audio quality, Instant-on web and Outlook access, Fast charging time
Supports pen, touch input; excellent performance; comfortable keyboard; preboot utilities for Web, calendar access; handy Webcam business-card-reader feature
Mediocre battery life, Mediocre image brightness and contrast.
Pointing stick is stiff. Very small touchpad. Screen isn't bright enough. Extended battery ($180) and expansion base ($250) are very pricey options.
A little pricey compared to similar models from other companies.
Relatively short endurance with standard battery, No touch software included, Small touchpad
No optical drive; tiny touch pad; pricey; poor battery life
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