kamikaziechameleon wrote:I see that there is a ThinkPad Yoga coming out eventually:
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/laptops/th ... ries/yoga/
Cool thing is you can really get a beastly machine in that. Sad thing is I think the stylus is the pressure sensitive element rather than the touch surface on the display, making it good but not as good as a MS surface pro.
There there is the Yoga 2 Pro, a DAMN sexy machine, if only it had solid stylus support:
Flying Fox wrote:To me, 15" tablets will be to heavy to be held like a tablet. Not sure I have seen even a 13" one with a stylus. And then you have the Wacom vs the world debate for the digitizer, if you need to be pressure sensitive.
MadManOriginal wrote:What do you mean by it's 'designed to produce inaccurate colors'?
Ryu Connor wrote:The QHD screen of the Yoga 2 Pro (3200x1800) leverage a Samsung Pentile Matrix RGBW panel.
This means each pixel contains four sub-pixels. Red, Green, Blue, and Blue with Yellow phosphor (White).
It can leverage that extra sub-pixel to provide a brighter display for less juice, but the consequence is imperfect color accuracy. Lenovo states in the above article it can be mitigated by giving up some power efficiency, but doesn't clarify how effective their mitigation is.
The Samsung Ativ that uses the QHD panels suffers from this same flaw. As Samsung is apparently the sole source for QHD 13" panels at this time and they all use this Pentile Matrix RGBW design.
Flying Fox wrote:You can refer to the 13" tablet discussion for some background knowledge.
To me, 15" tablets will be to heavy to be held like a tablet. Not sure I have seen even a 13" one with a stylus. And then you have the Wacom vs the world debate for the digitizer, if you need to be pressure sensitive.
liquidsquid wrote:I have a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, and at first I used the stylus a lot, now I rarely touch it. The screen is really too small to use effectively on creative work other than simple sketches and the like. Don't purchase based on a touch stylus, use an external drawing pad instead if you intend to do that.
Also, for me, having the hunk of glass between the pen tip and the result was more odd than using a separate tablet that you don't look at while drawing.
paco wrote:HP's Split X2 seems pretty nice but I haven't spent actual time with it.
Also I have no idea what the colors will be on it's screen.
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