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Pros: -Very high mAh at 7800mAh, can easily fully charge multiple devices if the battery is fully charged itself.
-Built-in LED flashlight (you toggle it on/off by holding down the button for around 5 seconds, in reply to the previous reviewer, it's in the manual)
Cons: -Only USB ports. At such a high capacity I could see many other practical uses for the battery, in my case it'd be very nice to power up a DC-only windows tablet or laptop with a little charge to send that report to your boss.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: * Easy setup, plugged in and drivers were installed automatically in seconds.
* Gets a full signal when connected to my router
Cons: * Not sure why this is happening, but the signal is shown VERY weak unless you connect to the network. For example, on my network, if I disconnect, it will show 2-3 bars, but when I connect it will then show 5 and work fine.
* I haven't done a huge amount of testing, but I expected it, with those huge antennas, to pick up some more networks, I work from my basement and it gets the same amount of networks(and the same signal quality!) as my iPhone, which seems a bit pathetic.
Other Thoughts: I've had no issues with it other than explained above, which I really don't think are issues. The connection has been stable to my (also Rosewill) router for the past few days with no drops at all.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: SAMSUNG Series 7 XE700T1A-A02US 11.6-inch Slate
Pros: -Intel i5 CPU - VERY few windows tablets have i5's, normally Intel Atom and AMD C-50/C-60 CPUs.
-1.6GHz - 270MHz faster than the EP121, I've yet to have found ANY windows tablet in the market with a i5 CPU at/above 1.6GHz
VERY light and thin - this is what I consider the ultimate ultrabook. I have a 1 year old laptop with a 13" screen, and I'd say the thickness of the screen is a large bit THICKER than this tablet, and think that all of the computer itself is IN the screen on the S7
-8 point touch screen & wacom active digitizer - 8 poinys on the touch screen is fantastic for multiplayer touch games(namely fruit ninja is a blast to play with some friends) and the active digitizer is really neat. I never thought I'd use it when I ordered it but have really came to love drawing and writing with it.
Cons: -Pricey - it's a major premium with it's Intel i5,I'd really love to see a model w/o the active digitizer since I know a large crowd hardly uses it, if at all.
-Scratches easily - make sure you get a case. I put it in a bag with a couple books and it came out with a 1" scratch right onto the screen.
-No SIM slot - They unveiled a model with a SIM card the day after I ordered this..fantastic. I wouldn't have got it anyways, it's $300 for a SIM card slot!! WITH a 2 year contract!! Shame on you samsung!
-No discrete GPU - I know Intel HD Graphics 3000 is the standard for laptops but for the price a actual GPU would've been a dream(I've seen even the Acer Iconia W500($500) to have a discrete GPU, and a decent one at that! Sad...)
Other Thoughts: If you upgrade to windows 8 and install the Intel HD Graphics drivers(for OpenGL support and further configuration) the screen will randomly rotate CONSTANTLY. I sat the slate on a flat table and it continued to spin. It's because the Intel control panel has a rotation feature of it's own which interferes with window 8's. You have to disable the device in device manager to fix this.READ FULL REVIEW
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