Originally Posted by azianai
why would the EEE Slate not be as functional as the Transformer?
I would think Windows 7 is more stable for what OP wants to do than Android Honeycomb 3.0
also Honeycomb 3.0 is buggy as hell on the Nook Color, most people are using Gingerbread CM7 (thats what mine was on b4 i sold it last week)
Originally Posted by Lrs3329
dual core i5 wacom digital pen for photoshop that why i suggested it instead of anything else
Sure it will run windows 7 and all associated applications, but it doesn't have a keyboard, the battery life will not be anywhere near the eeepad with dock, it is a lot larger.
It can certainly do what the OP asked for, provided he doesn't mind carrying around a keyboard, but there are much slimmer, more affordable solutions.
Again, unless windows 7 on hand
is a requirement, I'd go with a eeePad, or even a cheap Tegra Netbook and the nook color as a novelty.
I've been looking a lot at the splashtop business, and it looks like a great way to leave your fast, software laden PC at home and stay agile.