This is a product that fits perfectly into the normal specs of netbooks and tablets today, so I guess I don't see the "underpowered" viewpoint. The unique swivel potentially fixes one of the weak spots on current convertibles (the single spin/flip hinge). And, I'm guessing you've never used a tablet, or have spent very little time using one. You NEED a wide bezel with a touch-based tablet, so you have somewhere to grip the unit while using, so you won't generate false touches. It's not an issue with pen-based digitizers, but if it's touch, you'll be thankful of the wide bezel (speaking from 10 years of tablet experience here). I mean, have you looked at the bezel of the "revolutionized the tablet market" iPad? It's wide for a reason.Guest said:
I fail to see how this isn't just an underpowered uniquely swiveling tablet laptop with an overly wide bevel. Did I miss something?