The Asus Eee T91 is a touchscreen netbook from the Asus Eee PC range. It is similar in specification to other netbooks, but features an ” rotatable. Since similar tablets cost at least twice the price, what makes the new ASUS Eee PC T91 so special? I spent a week putting the T91 through its. В Eee PC T91 впервые используется поворотный сенсорный экран с диагональю 8,9 дюйма, а набор прилагаемого программного обеспечения.
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More status LEDs can be found on the lid. The T91 features an 8.
A sticker on the case displays various details. And users wanting to write a quick memo can do this using the very practical ‘ journal ‘ tool.
And while the soft keyboard was fairly easy to type on, it could certainly be larger; it takes up only about half the screen from left to right. Asus has included a small antenna and cable, to be used with the notebook’s integrated DVB tuner and antenna connection. I would have also liked to see an easy-access panel for the SSD, but since the T91 includes a second SD card slot just for storage expansion I suppose I can live without easy access to the internal SSD.
Overall performance with the Intel Atom platform is very reasonable for daily activities like Web browsing, email, using Microsoft Office, listening to music, and watching DVD-quality movies.
Software and performance The T91 has an easy, 9-point calibration process to get the touchscreen properly responsive. Flicking your finger near the right side of the Widget screen will take you back to the main Windows XP desktop. Its energy consumption at 2 Watts is pretty much as low as it gets. Notepad is an only slightly more complex version of Memos, allowing for more detailed notes — and the use of the virtual keyboard ASUS has on offer.
This is higher than the three-cell mini-notebook average of 2: The Eee PC T91 is an 8.
Notepad and Memos are pretty self explanatory, and also exceedingly simple. Keyboard and Touchpad The T91 uses a new keyboard that feels akin to the first-generation Eee PC keyboards with slightly larger keys.
ASUS Eee PC T91 Tablet Review
Unfortunately there is a delay, varying in length depending on how much processing power is free, and this can be a pain, especially during short or time-sensitive tasks.
Techradar The first Eee PC to ship with a touchscreen interface – and it’s great. The only issue I had with the 8. The glossy screen offers good color and contrast, but glare and reflections indoors under strong lights or outdoors under direct sunlight ssus be a problem.
Vertical viewing angles are average, with obvious color inversion when viewing from below and some over-exposed colors when viewed from above. The touchscreen accuracy seems good, though our review unit required recalibration after it arrived since the touchscreen was showing activity about a half inch to the right of where we touched asks screen.
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Start-up and shut-down can take a painfully long time, and using multiple applications at the same time multi-tasking tests one’s patience to the limit and should be avoided altogether, as it leads to substantial jerkiness and delays.
To mark the occasion, quite a few US publications posted their reviews today. Apple’s Touch Bar — a thin screen that replaces the function keys on the new MacBook A p video clip played smoothly.
From around the web. Most of the large icons worked well with our fingers, and our main hang-ups were that we repeatedly accidentally flipped between the three main interface screens by touching too close to the screen edges, and some of the small onscreen tools particularly the Close and Settings buttons on the Yahoo widgets really require the stylus or touch pad pointer to use.
Flicking a finger across the screen lets you jump from screen to screen, but once you are back to Windows XP the only way to get to the other two screens is by hitting the button on the bezel or on the dock. The average transfer rate is Still, despite the lower clock speed the real world performance of the T91 is on par with other Atom-based netbooks. While the horizontal viewing angles are quite acceptable, even small changes in the vertical direction give rise to deviations in brightness and colour.
Overall, we’re impressed with what Asus has done here. Overall, the software included with the T91 is really nicely designed, and wsus pretty much as advertised. ASUS will only offer one version of the T Don’t show this again.
Review Sections Review Specs. Horizontal viewing angles are less than impressive with colors starting to shift at wide viewing angles possibly a result of the touchscreen layer.