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2014-2015: Best tablet specs for ebook reading

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I'm (hopefully) getting my computer tomorrow... if he's open to that Flip, then there are a *lot* of options that weigh in at a similar place.  It's a little heavier than the Flip, but not so much as the old days to be unusable in that configuration.

-wraith808 (June 02, 2015, 08:31 PM)
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I got my computer ... and forgot to post it in this thread also.

My unboxing photos of my inspiron 7000.  I'm satisfied with the upgrade.

That hp pro slate looks pretty neat.

Got to try the Sony Digital Paper (DPT-S1) today.  Hope to post more after more experience.

Current impression is "quite impressed" -- with usual caveats regarding speed of redisplay.

awesome! can't wait to hear more about it  :up:

That hp pro slate looks pretty neat.
-mouser (June 12, 2015, 04:57 PM)
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Unfortunately, the 12.3" HP Pro tablet has only 1600x1200 resolution, which means that text is going to look pretty jagged on screen.

Interestingly, the 7.9" version has 2048x1536 resolution, which is the same as the iPad Mini.  The small version has the same pen and OCR  software as the big tablet, in addition to much higher resolution, but it is too small to work well as a writing pad.

I just don't get what the folk at HP are thinking.


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