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Old 01-03-2013, 04:07 AM   #1
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Looking for Tablet-PC having a pressure sensitive pen


Hello everybody

My Lenovo X61T (tablet) is giving up soon. Now, I'm looking for a
worthly successor.

Minimal requirements:

* Usable as Laptop AND Tablet (tablet PR or convertible)
* Linux able
* Pen with pressure sensitivity
* Srceen resolution at leas 1400x1050 (what I have now)
* Screen size not larger than 12.2" (av. 31cm)
* 4 USB ports
* SD-Card reader
* 1394 Wire-Fire Interface
* US-Keyboard (or changeable)
* SATA-3 (SSD or SSD-able)

Any experience? Ideas?
 
  


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