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Pros: Responsive for size
Good battery life
Full Windows 8.1
Comes with Office 2013
Cons: No SD port cover
Other Thoughts: The Office key alone is almost worth this alone; Office 2013 is in all likelihood the last non-subscription version of the product. Get it while the getting's good.
The digitizer and stylus are great for taking notes and drawing, OneNote 2013 works well with it, as does other programs like Evernote, Photoshop/Paintshop, etc. Some other tablets have digitizers, but no built in stylus.
I did go for the 64 GB version, but you can live with 32 if you aren't trying to load tons of programs and games. The tablet can actually run some older games quite well. You just need a BT mouse/keyboard.
Pros: Excellent range
3 adjustable antennas
Plays well with extenders
Other Thoughts: This is the fastest, most reliable router I've ever owned. It's actually faster at moderate range than some wireless-ac routers I've used (operating in ac mode). The signal is strong enough to cover most of our very big house; where it drops off a wifi extender works fine (some other routers I've used didn't do to well with those).READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Good capacity
Comes with connectors
Cons: Mini-USB input
Solar charging is slow/hardly works past 50%
Other Thoughts: This is a pretty good deal just to use as a battery; think of the built-in solar panel as an extra. Even if left in direct sunlight for extended periods, the panel struggles to charge the battery past 50%. Solar Restore has a similar issue, probably due to the small size of the solar cell.
Output is 5v/1A, single port. Input is via mini USB which is a bit inconvenient (hardly any devices use that anymore- I have to keep changing the connectors). It easily fits in a pocket so can be used on the go.
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