ASUS was also kind enough to include a soft slipcase to keep the glossy T91 looking like new when you toss it inside your backpack, briefcase, or purse. In fact, there seems to be some slight bugs in the switching of these applications in general — though we never experienced a crash — several times the T91 lagged a bit in switching between screens, as if it was confused where to go next — which seemed to us not so much a processor issue as a software one. The integrated lithium polymer battery certainly helps keep thickness to a minimum, but the lack of an extended life battery option may bother some shoppers more on that later. If the Windpad includes some nice accessories we are assuming the docking port is still included it could make quite a well balanced product. Quality journalism is made possible by advertising. Asus homepage Asus notebook section.
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The glossy black plastics suffer from minimal flex, the keyboard is very firm, and the screen hinge provides excellent tension.
ASUS Eee PC T91
The T91 has an easy, 9-point calibration process to get the touchscreen properly responsive. The glossy screen offers good color and contrast, but glare and reflections indoors under strong lights or outdoors under direct sunlight can be a problem.
We’ve had our eye on ASUS’ first full touchscreen tablet netbook, the Eee PC T91since way back in Januarywhen the hardware was on display while the software had yet to appear. ZDNet Australia review the T Pocket Lint On the whole we found this new concept in netbooks and interesting one. The trackpad is responsive and on par with other netbook pads, though we found it somewhat less to our liking than that of the Eee PC Seashell line’s dimpled ones.
Tablet PCs came out of the closet in record numbers at the recently concluded CESbut Asus has had one out for a while.
We intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used. It weighs in at two pounds with its lithium polymer battery, and, at just an inch thick — is very, very slim. Touchscreen tablets have been, in many ways, an oft-repeated mix of excitement and disappointment — great ideas coupled with mediocre hardware, or nice-looking hardware coupled with bad implementation of the touchscreen. The speakers produce good volume enough to fill a small room and there is minimal distortion until you get to higher volume levels.
Asus homepage Asus notebook section. You can touch the screen directly rather than use a mouse or take notes on the screen with the included pen.
Overall performance with the Intel Atom platform is very reasonable for daily activities like Web browsing, email, using Microsoft Office, listening to music, and watching DVD-quality movies. After calibration everything worked fine. The T91 comes with several pre-installed Yahoo! Motion Computing CL In order to keep heat under control the T91 uses the Intel Z processor with a slower clock speed of just 1.
If you flick your finger to the left in the Touch Gate interface, you’ll pull up a new screen — the Widget screen — which does exactly what you’d think it does.
ASUS Eee PC T91 review
Headphones, microphone, Card Reader: While it’s not perfect a perfect product, the touch-screen interface gives you another way to launch applications and even to write notes. It’s got a nice clickiness, and while it is certainly compact, it does not feel cramped, and we really didn’t asud more mis-typing than average — which was, to be honest, a pleasant surprise.
ASUS was also kind enough to include a soft slipcase to keep the glossy T91 looking like new when you toss it inside your backpack, briefcase, or purse.
However, its underpowered processor results in an aus experience; screens take too long to open, and the lack of palm rejection is frustrating. Spec-wise, the Eee PC T91 has a 1. Motion Computing have also put together a wide range of accessories in including a unique docking station making this worth a look at.
The T91 also has an expandable stylus housed under the right bottom side of the chasis. Asus’ experiment with a touch-enabled Eee PC, although commendable, doesn’t really fly too well practically. We should say that we find the interface to be really clean and pleasing to look at, and the applications are pretty elegantly designed.
There aren’t a lot of bells and whistles — but the y91 work, and we actually found the experience of using the stylus to write a Memo for our desktop to be a natural one — and one that we aeus really see being useful to a child or young person.
The T91 also includes the standard headphone and microphone jacks, Ethernet port, and a standard VGA out port. We took a closer look at the convertible tablet; find out what we uncovered in this review.
The left and right touchpad buttons are located beneath the touchpad under a single rocker-style button.
The backlit LED resistive touch panel is quite bright and nice looking — though it’s also very glossy and fingerprint-prone. Asus does a good job combining a Netbook and a touch screen in the Eee PC T91, even if the system hits a couple of first-generation snags.