- Jun 15, 2006
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First time entering this thread. Anybody used this to take notes in ppt slides? Is it easy to do that and easy to write?
As if all the recent RT news isn't bad enough?
It might get better, but as of now it's sputtering on fumes.
I'm pretty sure you're correct, but it still doesn't change the sale figures.Hmm. To be fair, I actually use my RT a lot more than my pro. The battery life is so much better and much of its out of the box capabilities is already what I needed. Going to lectures, taking notes, while recording the lecture. Definitely not possible on an iPad (currently at least). Outlook is coming, so is an official Facebook app. Hmm, compared to my iPad, I find my RT tablet can do so much more. Only thing is that for web browsing and reading, the iPad aspect ratio is so much better that I prefer the iPad for such tasks.
haiz, I would definitely get the RT in nus if i am not a computing student. =X
Then again, whatever the RT has, my android tablet has also. Only thing lacking is a proper powerpoint that can do animation.
I think you can just find anyone from nus to help you buy since it doesn't restrict to computing student only.
I'm still considering if I should get it...
Is it good? I went and tried the demo set. Was not really I impressed by the user interface. The lack of app is really a turn off factor for me. RiGht now, I am contemplating whether to get the nexus 7 or rt