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I am looking to buy Chromebook to type my notes in college and University. Why not a laptop? I don't want to spend $500-$1000 to type my notes. That is why I am looking at Chromebook because it is cheap, portable, thin and useful for taking notes. Sadly, I don't know which Chromebook is worth buying. There is Toshiba Chromeebook 2 with FHD, ACER Chromebook (that has Tegra K1) or any 13" or 14" that had FHD (1920x1080p) and decent battery life. Tasks: Type notes with MS...
Nexus 9 is pretty good.NVIDIA Shield Tablet, although it is 8", it is still plenty enough for media consumption, web browsing, light gaming or heavy gaming if prefer.Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 is decent tablet.Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5", it is pricey but I hear the screen is amazing.Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 TabletNexus 10 if you can find it.Sorry, that is all I could think of at the top of my head.
It could be either Surface Pro 4 or Surface Pro Mini.From what I heard about the rumor is that there won't be a SP4 coming out soon.It would probably be a Surface 3 or Mini but use a lighter version of Windows 10. No, it won't be Windows RT again.It would be affordable, using latest Intel Atom CPU or M Core CPU for a fanless design, basically, a low end for a W10 tablet.Don't know if it is true or not, but I have a feeling that there might be two or three different Surface...
Windows RT Tablet battery life isn't that bad.Sean Ong on YouTube has demonstrate it by having a 50% brightness and playing a loop video. It can last 12 hours or so but if you include a Power Cover, it can last 20 hours!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJakCRbNHy8Of course, it is another $140 dollar to add on top of a tablet and a Type Cover 2.I also do admit Windows RT is dead because MS drop its support on it, but it doesn't make it a bad tablet. Who know, maybe MS decide...
I would go for iPad Air 1st Gen 32GB or 64GB if you can find it.iPad Air has a really good aspect ratio for browsing, reading, checking emails or do anything on portrait where as Samsung Galaxy Tab S and other Android tablets is great for landscape.You have to ask yourself this. Do you tend to use the tablet at landscape or portrait?Not only that, a tablet that is designed to be used for landscape and suddenly decide to use for portrait is EXTREMELY AWKWARD to use along...
I have own iPad Air 1 - 32GB - Space Gray and Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.If I had to say, my iPad Air 1 tops over Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.For me, my iPad Air has an amazing standby battery life. I can do basic things for few minutes, let it go sleep, come back few hours later with only 1% percent battery down from 100% fully charge, etc. Basically, I can go at least 3 or 4 days without charging just by basic uses like email, browsing, chatting or...
Lower battery life, lol. Every gaming laptop has low battery life, so it is pretty much expected. xDHmm, HP Omen does look sick and nice on specs, but I dislike the fact it is made by HP, lol.
Damn, I am sorry if I didn't respond, lol.Somehow my email missed your post, so I didn't know you posted. Sadly, I am not the type of person who root devices. I am sure someone else can help you on that.Hmm, there are a lot of tablets that aren't LTE, and they are pretty good such as Nexus 7 (2012/2013), Nexus 9, Samsung Galaxy Tab S 8.4/10.5, any iPads, Microsoft Surface 2/Pro 2/Pro 3/rumor Surface Pro 4/Mini, any Windows 8 tablet, etc.
Also I prefer Lenovo because of its awesome keyboard. I haven't yet Asus so I am not sure.Only downside for my Lenovo laptop is is cooling off you are going to game.Also you can try buy either Alienware laptop or MSI "ultrabook" and buy a gpu dock where you can your desktop gpu as a performance.You can take a look at LinusTechTips review of MSI gs something.
Probably, lol.But you should go to store and test the laptop.
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