Have you taken notes on this tablet yet? I find the students that try this lag before others or go down in flames if you go too fast for them. The students with pen/cil paper seem to keep up.
Also, did you figure out how to get your notes INTACT from the tablet to the laptop? Most folk discover this later.
My advice is to not buy this until you have tested out this system. From my view it looks flawed and a fine way to get you to part with your money.
Hello, I'm an engineering student looking for the best small (7" maybe a little bigger) tablet for everyday use.
I need it for lecture slides/note taking, lab group activities (research, data collecting, and writing notes/documents), and just daily use, the more functions the better.
I have a Dell xps 15z, but I use it as a stationary desktop in my room, so I'm looking for something that I can easily use on the go, and transfer the information over to my laptop when I get back each day.
My budget is around the $200 mark or lower preferably. I was looking at the nexus 7, but with the asus announcement on their new tablet, I'm wondering if I should hold out if there's going to be a flood of new releases, or if I should just get one now.
Any help would be great.