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The Asus Eee PC T91MT is a Windows 7 multi-touch tablet PC built as a successor to the touchscreen T91.

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Pros

multi-touch LED backlit display

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32GB SSD storage - resilient against physical damage, quiet and cool

11 agree

extremely lightweight and compact (2.12 pounds)

11 agree

includes Windows 7

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touch screen is accurate

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ASUS Super Hybrid Engine that controls overclocking and underclocking

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portable

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handwriting recognition with included stylus (works everywhere due to OS support)

1 agrees

integrated webcam & microphone (great for any video-calling apps)

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  • Only 3 words are allowed.
Cons

same old Intel Atom, 1024 x 600px resolution, crappy ancient Intel GMA graphics

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non-user-replaceable battery

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only 1GB RAM

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premium price over non-touchscreen netbooks

5 agree

difficult to find compatible 2GB RAM upgrade

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cheap glossy plastic enclosure

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no Linux model

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The Asus Eee PC T91MT is a Windows 7 multi-touch tablet PC built as a successor to the touchscreen T91. It features an Intel Atom Z520 1.33GHz processor, 1GB of DDR2 RAM, and a 32GB Solid State drive. Included is an 8.9” swivel LED-backlit WSVGA screen that supports a wide array of multi-touch gestures include finger pinches, flicks, and swirls. Critics have complained, however, that the T91MT boasts poor audio, a stiff keyboard with crowded keys, and a non-upgradeable battery. Additional features include integrated Intel graphics, WiFi, Bluetooth, cam/mic, and a memory card reader.

Features
  • Windows 7 Tablet
  • WSVGA Multi-Touch Display
  • Intel Atom Processor
  • DDR2 RAM
  • SATA/SDD Drives
  • Integrated Graphics
  • Wired/Wireless Connectivity
  • Webcam/Microphone Set
  • Memory Card Reader
  • Bluetooth Wireless
Post Review
Synaptix
04/08/2012 09:46

Had mine for a year and a half. Now that Linux kernel 3.2.0 is out, everything including the touchscreen, works correctly out of the box. (I use Bodhi linux 1.4 on mine.)
It's size is its big plus for me - it's a truly portable computer (better than any tablet) and its decent battery life makes it useful when I'm out and about.
Love it.

Alanwang
02/28/2011 06:12

cool!

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