You'll need an external keyboard to type code on. 4GB is a little on the low side for a new PC, but is more than enough if you only do embedded development and usual desktop stuff. Also note that the inefficiency of x86 just isn't too good in a tablet.
This morning once again I was enraged by the stupid ipad2.
I downloaded a zip file and had no way to open it, not even able to see where the file is located since ipad has no file browser. For such a simple function, you have to shell out a few dollars to pay for an app or so so that lord jobs can make money even in his own heaven. Android is better but still a toy with no capability to run actual programs, still designed to peddle apps to you for google's gain.
If you purchase a PC software, such as winedt, an editor, you don't pay a part of the fee to MS. I wonder if this is true for Mac software.A tablet with win8 is urgently needed here!Any linux system good with multi-touch?
They are the first real computer tablets
QuoteThey are the first real computer tabletsI beg to differ: I have Fujitsu Stylistics (among others) from the late 1990s with real Pentium CPUs and standard PC-compatible chipsets. They ran the Windoze and Linux systems of the time, and are still useful as embedded PCs (though they're not up to supporting today's feature-heavy desktop environments).They're definitely "real computers".