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DIGI-LAND DL808W - Windows Tablet

Overall Not Bad

WeirdHarold

Pros: Low Cost, Decent Screen and runs very well considering the SPECS

Cons: Runs Hot, Screen is plastic not Glass, Small internal storage

Initial Thoughts on Day of Purchase: The overall build quality is good but not great. The screen: - It's plastic and not glass - so I'm guessing it will scratch fairly quick. - The color and picture quality are fairly good, but there is a fair amount of light bleed on all edges which does affect the picture at times. - Touch sensitivity is fairly good but far from great and doesn't always...
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First Tablet Ive Ever Owned, Only One Ill Ever Need
First Tablet Ive Ever Owned, Only One Ill Ever Need
A Long Term Look Back on a Great Product
A Long Term Look Back on a Great Product

Microsoft Surface Pro

Pros: Powerful System, Easily Portable, Highly Flexible Software Environment

Cons: Limited to Wifi, Problems with Pen Sensitivity, Requires Special Digital Pen

Strong Tablet Offering with Servicable Pico Projector
Strong Tablet Offering with Servicable Pico Projector
6 Results
Microsoft Surface Pro

Microsoft Surface Pro

“Microsoft launched the Surface Pro a long time ago. However, there hasn't been any OCN review of the product. Given that I have been using the Surface Pro for quite some time, I hope to provide some insight into the longevity of the system and describe how well it operates as a daily use computer. My primary business use computer is the Surface Pro. I have it attached to what is effectively a...” --Droviin

100% Positive Reviews
Microsoft Surface Pro 3 - 256GB / Intel i5

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 - 256GB / Intel i5

“NOTE: This review is for the core i5 / 256 GB SSD / 8GB ram variant of this tablet, with the type cover. In my opinion, this is the sweet spot configuration and the minimum config necessary to use the Surface Pro 3 as a full laptop replacement. Total cost after tax was $1527 at time of purchase. Here is the TL;DR version, and my conclusion about this device: The Surface Pro 3, when configured...” --BigMack70

100% Positive Reviews
DIGI-LAND DL808W - Windows Tablet

DIGI-LAND DL808W - Windows Tablet

“Initial Thoughts on Day of Purchase: The overall build quality is good but not great. The screen: - It's plastic and not glass - so I'm guessing it will scratch fairly quick. - The color and picture quality are fairly good, but there is a fair amount of light bleed on all edges which does affect the picture at times. - Touch sensitivity is fairly good but far from great and doesn't always...” --WeirdHarold

100% Positive Reviews
WinBook TW100 10.1-Inch Tablet, Windows 8.1 with full-size USB port, IPS Display

WinBook TW100 10.1-Inch Tablet, Windows 8.1 with full-size USB port, IPS Display

“First off, let me say this is my first tablet I have ever owned. I used to think why would I ever want a tablet I have got a laptop but oh how was I wrong. I use this at least 5 days a week now, I take it to the gym with me and watch Netflix while I am doing my cardio and I use it for long car rides a lot too since my laptop has only 2-3 hour battery life. I charge this like once a week,...” --ShortySmalls

100% Positive Reviews
Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro - 59428121: Doorbuster - Intel Atom Z3745 (1.33GHz 1066GHz 2MB)

Lenovo Yoga Tablet 2 Pro - 59428121: Doorbuster - Intel Atom Z3745 (1.33GHz 1066GHz 2MB)

“Recently, Lenovo released the newest member of the Yoga Tablet line, the Yoga Tablet 2 Pro. A new type of tablet targeted at professionals on the move that need to be able to set up and give a presentation quickly and effectively. There are a few major differences with this tablet that make it stand out from the other ones on the market currently. The first, and one of the main marketing...” --currywurst

100% Positive Reviews
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