Great Review Dave I was I really like the water level feature that is unique.
The lack of a mouse pad is puzzling but I guess it was to keep the footprint small.
"Nice video, I agree, that water animation looks great. Will it spill around and follow the Tablet if its rotated 360? Seeing this video, like ThunderBird said ,putting a mouse pad would have hinder the typing experience, something that can easily be solve by connecting a cheap mouse. But anyhow, Asus will probably add a trackpad or mouse pad in the Second iteration of the Eee pad slider."
ThunderBird:The lack of a mouse pad is puzzling but I guess it was to keep the footprint small.
Seeing the tablet in action, I guess your comment has merit. I mean just look at the tablet, adding a trackpad to it would just ruin the economics of it. Still, a trackpad would at least be nice for web browsing/document editing... Guess they'll include a cheap mouse in the next iteration of the tablet.
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It's capable of connecting with blue tooth so there is nothing to say that someone who must have a mouse for some reason cannot connect a wireless mouse to the thing with ease. I think the point of not including a mouse was to keep the footprint down and for the simple fact that it is easy enough to use one if you want.
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