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April 06, 2006

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Frank

Nice video-review, just linked at my blog.

Micheal

Good review. Not sure how much you did active work on it, but for some tablets, slates and convertables, you sometimes hear, "It gets hot." Did this one seem to get hot after extended use? Also, with the placement of the heat vents, did this affect your hands while holding the device? It seems the vents would blow the hot air either onto your palms, or top of the fingers, depending on your grip.

jk

Good questions Micheal and I intended to address the heat of the eo in the video but ran out of time (meaning I forgot). All handheld devices generate a lot of heat and while the eo got a little warm on the back never uncomfortably so. I did find that sometimes the vent on the left side of the eo could blow fairly hot air but only after I inadvertently blocked it completely with my hand.

Sanatori

What are the actual screen measurements L x W wise? And have you had a chance to look inside it to see how 'end user' friendly this thing is to upgrade? Thanks!

marvin

Nice video review. QUick question: are you able to lay your hand on the screen while using the stylus to write or do you have to keep your hand off of the screen while you do so? The thing i loved about my tablet pc is that you could keep your hand on the screen and write on it as though it were a piece of paper.

John

I was shocked and awed to see that, unlike your cartoon alter ego, you have no mustache!

BTW, AWESOME VIDEO!!!

Roger McIntosh

What about battery life??

Scott Guthrie

Great video...exactly what I needed to see since I'm not likely to get my hands on one. This (and possibly others) looks to be a perfect fit for schools!

Richard L

In the manual available on the FCC site there is a mention of screen orientation. OK, the manual only shows landscape, so I don't know if a portrait mode is available. If you still have the demo, you could check that. It is supposed to be in the Tablet and Pen settings. Pages 36-39 of the manual. Also, you are right about the stand, look a few pages below in the same manual.

Andrew

JK, just to clarify - in the video you seem to be using the fingernail part of the fingertip to make touches... does the 'unaided' fleshy fingertip work at all? That is, would it work with a fingernail challenged person (or in a POS application for example)? Does pressure (a hard unaided fingertip touch) make up for what is lost in precision (fingernail)? Thanks, and nice work!

JL

James,

Thank you for the awesome video of the eo. Thanks for sharing your your opportunity with us.

While watching the video, I couldn't help but what if you know any more information on as to what Sony's plan on its U series? What is the current status for it as well? I tried to find information on it, but found very limited information. Would greatly appreciate any thought on the matter.

Best regards,
John

Roosevelt James

JAMES,

I'm new to the UMPC SCENE, i was wondering if you can use the EO stylus as an eraser when writing notes? Do you think its possible to run vista on the EO, if so, how much ram it needs to have for vista to run stable on the EO?

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Roosevelt James

JAMES,

I'm new to the UMPC SCENE, i was wondering if you can use the EO stylus as an eraser when writing notes? Do you think its possible to run vista on the EO, if so, how much ram it needs to have for vista to run stable on the EO?

ROOSEVELT

Nico

A little question regarding the unit you used: was this a 7200 rpm hard drive or a "cheap" 4200 rpm?
I bet that was the fanciest machine they sell (1gig & 7200 rpm hd).

Thanks for the review...

Nico

Chris Paton

Great review. Only half way through but saving the rest for later. I'm really itching to get my hands on one of these things!

Chris

joey23

Thanks JK for the great video review

Bob nendza

Thanks for the review!

I was wondering about the screen when used outdoors in sunlight. Is it still readable?

Bob

Ron

Great review! my wife is now wanting to know more about UMPC's

Jim Rosser

Great video and review! You covered the screen brightness, but how does it work in sunlight like the car when using a GPS device, or with the glare of overhead lights at the airport and in the office?

Thanks

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excellent job covering the hardware, i feel like i know how to navigate the phone without even holding one as of yet. I am unfamiliar however,

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