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Asus Tablet Does Honeycomb, Glasses-Free 3D

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June 1, 2011 1:25:05 AM

is that borat? but seriously, the just too big tablet to stick in your pocket to the just too small phone would get really really annoying very quickly.
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June 1, 2011 2:02:03 AM

If this was like $100 without the expensive IPS screen and 3D i would buy it, not use it outside the house. It would be good as a remote for tv/pvr/home automation,remote desktop, video streaming to see who is at the door,email,browsing and music streaming around the house.
I know thats not actually mainstream but still.
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June 1, 2011 2:28:33 AM

The size is just inconveniently wrong. Too small to be a practical pad (if there is such a thing) and too big to be anything pocket-able.
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June 1, 2011 8:10:15 AM

Hey, it looks like Asus is trying to resurrect PDA form-factor... lol =) That's actually really nice, I'd get one if I wanted a tablet. Not as huge as a tablet, not as tiny as a regular phone... perfect. But $500 to $700? No way.
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June 1, 2011 9:32:52 AM

The one thing I think that isn't needed on this is the 3D screen. It's too small for enjoyment of 3D content on it. On a 10.1" or larger size screen, sure. Not on a 7" screen...it's a feature that's in the wrong market, screen size-wise. A nice, high quality normal IPS screen is just fine for something like this. The rest of it is awesome though. Love the inclusion of the capacitive stylus. I am really looking for a good 7" tablet that has pen capability so I can take notes.
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June 1, 2011 9:54:48 AM

Thats one issue with tablets, if you cant bring your laptop then you cant bring a tablet either, so why spend $600 of a tablet when you can get a laptop with like 100 times the performance and functionality for for less money?, and If you need a mobile device then get one of those mini android tablets that have around 4 inch screens

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June 1, 2011 10:17:40 AM

@razor512 -- a 4 inch screen? My Droid X has a larger screen than that. A 7" screen is a perfect size for a small portable tablet. It can't replace a 10.1" tablet, which I think is more for entertainment. But for a "work" tablet with pen support, I think a 7" or 8" tablet is a good size.
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June 2, 2011 11:30:05 PM

Cool tablet from Asus but is expensive at this price range, and for the 3D screen I don’t see its benefit at least for me.
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