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Looking for a small Tablet PC that’s bigger than a UMPC but smaller than most other tablets? The LG C1 Tablet fits that bill with its widescreen 10.6-inch display and Jason Dunn provides an extensive review over at Digital Media Thoughts. There’s no question that the […]

Lg_c1_tablet_pcLooking for a small Tablet PC that’s bigger than a UMPC but smaller than most other tablets? The LG C1 Tablet fits that bill with its widescreen 10.6-inch display and Jason Dunn provides an extensive review over at Digital Media Thoughts. There’s no question that the LG C1 is a portable powerhouse; something that’s evidenced by Jason’s benchmarking and testing. The compromise as it so often is: marginal to poor battery life. LG provides both a 3- and 6-cell battery with the C1 and for good reason: Jason got about 1.5 hours in a real world setting on the 3-cell. If you can forgo battery life for raw power in a small touchscreen tablet, this review is for you. I should warn you about the included stylus though; Jason found the telescoping pen to be quite an issue. Luckily you can use whatever stylus you want, or your finger, due to the touchscreen.

  1. Why is this not an active digitizer?

    aaaa!

    So close to a decent replacement for the TC1100….

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  2. If my P1510 was to throw in the towel this is the computer I’d get to replace it.

    Btw there is a dedicted section at the leog.net forum for the LG C1/A1 series.

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