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    Default Tablet with Stylus function needed...

    Here it is, my wife just started a new job with a company that makes medical devices with injection molding. Her responsibilities take her from office to production floor to clean room at any givin time. She needs something about the size of her ASUS T100 that she can take around with her to take notes and whatever else she needs. She's in charge of three dept's, the company's small but growing quickly. I'm not sure what the price range is on these things, but, function and reliability come first, no apples please.
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    Default Re: Tablet with Stylus function needed...

    Since it is for a professional I would try to get a Windows based tablet. If she has Windows 8.1 on any of her other systems they can be linked so her work is constantly sync'd.

    If she doesnt have a notebook already a 2-in-1 may be the way to go so she never has to switch devices. Just release the top section and continue walking and working.

    A little bigger than the 10 ASUS Transformer Book T300CHI-F1-DB Intel Core M 5Y10 (0.80GHz) 4GB Memory 128GB SSD 12.5" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Windows 8.1 64-Bit - Newegg.com ASUS Transformer Book T100CHI-C1-BK Intel Atom Z3775 (1.46GHz) 2GB Memory 64GB SSD 10.1" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Windows 8.1 64-Bit - Newegg.com

    Microsoft gets a bad wrap but the Surface Pro2s are really nice. There is a difference between a Surface(Atom) and Surface pro(Core i3, i5, i7). If it is only for notes and dictation a Dell Venue , ThinkPad Tablet 2, or a Lenovo Miix 2(has a detachable keyboard)

    The issue you will come across when looking for a tablet with a stylus is most Android tablets do not have an active wacom digitizer. Only the Note, Hp Slate 7 Extreme and a few others do. So you can only use a stylus to mimic a finger on the other models. having the Wacom digitizer allows for pressure sensitivity, ignores palm rest, more accurate, left and right click buttons on stylus and a few others. On the reverse side a good amount Windows tablets have Active digitizers. All of the Pro models and some of the lower cost models from Asus and Acer.
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    Default Re: Tablet with Stylus function needed...

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Since it is for a professional I would try to get a Windows based tablet. If she has Windows 8.1 on any of her other systems they can be linked so her work is constantly sync'd.

    If she doesnt have a notebook already a 2-in-1 may be the way to go so she never has to switch devices. Just release the top section and continue walking and working.

    A little bigger than the 10 ASUS Transformer Book T300CHI-F1-DB Intel Core M 5Y10 (0.80GHz) 4GB Memory 128GB SSD 12.5" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Windows 8.1 64-Bit - Newegg.com ASUS Transformer Book T100CHI-C1-BK Intel Atom Z3775 (1.46GHz) 2GB Memory 64GB SSD 10.1" Touchscreen 2-in-1 Windows 8.1 64-Bit - Newegg.com

    Microsoft gets a bad wrap but the Surface Pro2s are really nice. There is a difference between a Surface(Atom) and Surface pro(Core i3, i5, i7). If it is only for notes and dictation a Dell Venue , ThinkPad Tablet 2, or a Lenovo Miix 2(has a detachable keyboard)

    The issue you will come across when looking for a tablet with a stylus is most Android tablets do not have an active wacom digitizer. Only the Note, Hp Slate 7 Extreme and a few others do. So you can only use a stylus to mimic a finger on the other models. having the Wacom digitizer allows for pressure sensitivity, ignores palm rest, more accurate, left and right click buttons on stylus and a few others. On the reverse side a good amount Windows tablets have Active digitizers. All of the Pro models and some of the lower cost models from Asus and Acer.
    Thanks for the suggestions, just went through them and the Surface Pro 2 has all the bases covered. I read a few previews about the Pro 3, which comes out next month, and see if she wants to wait for that instead.

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    Default Re: Tablet with Stylus function needed...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mystikhol9 View Post
    Thanks for the suggestions, just went through them and the Surface Pro 2 has all the bases covered. I read a few previews about the Pro 3, which comes out next month, and see if she wants to wait for that instead.


    You are welcome sir. I have a Windows Tablet and a Nexus Andriod tablet. The Windows tablet is nicer and faster. Runs a full version not that crappy RT joke. The android has a ton more apps but it gets sluggish and annoying as a hell. Good luck sir!
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