Ion Todirel said:Ian2 said:*snip*
ah, Tablets those days... they all suck in design, the best tablet ever made was HP TC1100, too bad it was discontinued
I may have mentioned this before, but the Dell XT2 is no way ready for Windows 7 x64. The current support from Dell for windows 7 is very limited, they only have some of the drives up on the web site and will only support those devices, i.e. no WWLAN support, you need to go and source 3G support from Sony-Ericson (the people that make the board Dell rebrand with their crappy control point software.) The latest N-Trig drives blue-screen alot when coming out of sleep (V2.158).
Hardware is actually really nice, slightly heavy when used as a tablet but is a really nice machine, good and solid. I have no worries about breaking the pivot for the screen.
I'm going to pave the machine and swap back to x86 and see if that makes much difference.
Actually, just noticed that there is now driver 2.59 up on the N-Trig website, vs 2.158 from Dell, so I'll give that a try and see if it's any better. Still listed as targeting the RC build not RTM of Windows 7 though.