I'd consider it, if the bootloader wasn't locked. It sounds like jailbreaking the original version and putting Linux on it works - but can be a pain in the neck. I'd buy a Vivaldi instead, if only it was larger and had better specs.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
Hmm seems like tablet + dock is the new netbook.
I love the idea of a tablet/keyboard as a notebook replacement. I still don't know what I'm going to do when my current laptop craps out. Ultrabooks are ultra sexy but so does the transformer prime. If you only surf the web, edit ms docs, and email the transformer prime is perfect. Hopefully by the time I'm ready to buy they will have a better screen on them, the ipad3's is killer.
Now you're just mashing it!
I've been thinking much the same thing, but I'm wondering if we might even take it further by skipping a generation and forgetting the tablet. How about a phone that runs Android, but can be plugged into a doc and run a full-featured OS?
That dock is so inexpensive, you could put them all over and carry your computer with you everywhere.
That is an interesting idea 3vi1; I like the idea of having a doc at work and home for transporting my pad to avoid the weight making my shoulder hurt. This one is for my son though, and priced better than the Prime, it is more his “size.” He has been asking for a tablet for forever, and he is wearing out his iPhone watching TV on it. We use the Dish Remote Access App my employer, DISH, put out for watching TV on our iOS and Android devices. He is as busy as I am and this way he watches his shows away from home. This will be the best Birthday gift I can think of; I can’t wait to see the look on his face.
Thank you to share.I wish you happiness forever
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