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Those Tabletology girls are branching out from their usual HP tc1100 postings (no doubt to punish HP for dropping the best Tablet PC ever produced) and are evaluating the Electrovaya Scribbler SC3100.  Their first in-depth look centers around that innovative detachable touchpad that hooks onto the […]

Those Tabletology girls are branching out from their usual HP tc1100 postings (no doubt to punish HP for dropping the best Tablet PC ever produced) and are evaluating the Electrovaya Scribbler SC3100.  Their first in-depth look centers around that innovative detachable touchpad that hooks onto the keyboard and they have lots of photos to show how it works.  I have to admit I have long been interested in the Electrovaya but the flimsy looking keyboard has kept me from trying one out.  I’ll be following the Tabletology posts with great interest.

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  1. Well, my take on this is as follows: If there will be no follow up by HP (of anyone else) to the TC line, then maybe, perhaps, the Electrovaya can be a decent slate to replace it. Positives: the great battery life, the detachable keyboard, the larger hard drives (as opposed to Motion). The negatives: the little flimsy touchpad is really not very good; the fan is a bit loud (I used to have a 2100; perhaps they have fixed this on the later 3XXX models). Overall, not a bad choice perhaps…

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