"Windows on your palm"4.5 starson by adrianmunoz
Pros: -Office & Dragon on your hand.
-Expandable SSD memory.
Cons: -5 hour battery
-If compared to an ipad it is laggy
Summary: So the stylus or the HP was not working correctly when I got it. On landscape mode, the stylus was clicking on the screen without touching the screen therefore it was imposible to work on anything on landscape mode, but on portrait I did not have any problem.
I am a physician and I wanted to experiment with a tablet at work, base on the programs I have at work I need a tablet that runs java. Some colleagues got ipads but, eventually they use them like toys at work, because the java limitation, at the end they need to sit at their old work station.
It is laggy, but i have norton, office, dragon, I am able to run the hospital programs.
I can access all my ebooks, or pdfs, my notes and I can store it in whatever way I wanted and it is really easy to manage all the information in it, maybe beacause thats the way I been doing it for the past years.
So after 2 days of using it, I fell in love, hahahaa, actually that is the main reason I used it for two weeks without returning it to get the landscape thing repair, and now I can not wait until it comes back.
I hope it helps, if I change something will be the processor, because it is laggy, and I know the battery will last less time, some probably can argue that the technology to run heavy duty programs on the palm of your hand it is not there yet.