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Old 10-18-2015, 03:20 PM   #9
Hugh Wyn Griffith
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Have you considered a WiFi or Bluetooth connected keyboard and mouse pair? You can also get a keypad and other features on an independent keyboard which I would find useful. I hate touchpads .....

But I don't use my hybrid tablet/laptop enough to justify additional hardware but if I did I would certainly do it for home use to avoid the bad positioning of the keyboard, although as I write it occurs to me that my hybrid where the keyboard and tablet separate might work with those plug in adapters and something to prop up the screen. It is 11.6 which is much more useable than 10 in.

It's an ASUS T200 with 4GB of RAM and 64GB storage plus room for a standard HDD/SSD in the keyboard base. I'm not sure if they still make it or just do the 10, too small but good for portability, and the 13 in better size but awkward for portability


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