ASUS Eee PC T91MT-PU17-WT Tablet White Netbook, Short Review and Specifications

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ASUS Eee PC T91MT-PU17-WT Tablet White Netbook, Short Review, Specifications and PriceOnly two weeks after its first launch, the Asus Eee PC T91MT-PU17-WT Tablet is now available on US Amazon Store. The T91MT is not a high performance device, powered with atom processor there will be sluggish periods when loading "heavy" applications or games. But it back again on what netbook device for? netbooks are specialized for NET usage and mobility. With the small tablet design, touch screen, and the stylus device, Asus Eee PC T91MT is designed very well for "easy to use, easy to access, mobility, and reliability" purposes for its users.

By looking at its figure, specifications, and features, ASUS Eee PC T91MT looks similar to its predecessor, the ASUS Eee PC Touch T91, but there are differences between them. After all, the T91MT specifications and features are above average on netbook level.

ASUS Eee PC T91MT Short Review, Specifications and Price ASUS Eee PC T91MT-PU17-WT Tablet White Netbook, Review, Specifications and price Stylus Writing Tool
Product details and features
CPU : Energy-efficient Intel Atom Z520 1.33GHz Processor

RAM : 1GB of DDR2 RAM, 1 Slot, 2GB Max

Storage : 32GB Solid State Drive + 500GB Free Eee Storage

Screen & Display : 8.9-Inch Touch LED LCD Display; Multi-Touch Functionality;

Operating Systems : Windows 7 Home Premium (32 bit) OS

Battery performance : 5 Hour Battery Life

Complete wireless connectivity with Bluetooth v2.1 and Wi-Fi 802.1 b/g/n

Stylus writing tool

Panel rotates 180-degrees into tablet mode for ultra mobility

Exclusive touch-optimized software suite

The preinstalled Touch Gate software makes surfing the Web, navigating through folders and accessing your favorite applications simple and efficient.

Product price : $ 532 (amazon price)

1 comment:

sPaZ said...

I own this T91MT (from NewEgg), great netbook for basic web surfing and watching some videos. Great battery life even without power saving settings. I wouldn't call it multitouch though as it only recognizes maximum of 2 finger points at once, I call that DUALTOUCH! I was expecting more than a dualtouch touchscreen :(

It won't even play youtube or HULU videos (unless you download them first) that I so hoped for either (even tried on LAN connection incase WIFI was to blame, but nope). Forget trying to use Google Earth! I could only upgrade the ram as high as 2GB and you cannot give more RAM to the internal video card.

In the promo videos from Asus showing this unit and touch screen applications running nice and smooth is a farce. When you flick images, they are not smoooth, scrolling pages or button sets, they will not follow the speed of your fingers, sometimes you are not sure if your click was even registered as the PC is busy catching up. Their videos are a bit decieving (actually very decieiving considering I believed their fake videos).

It plays most downloaded movie files I have (as long as you find most recent video card drivers from Intel, Asus doesn't even give you these), great for all my 720p DivX vids (1080 may not play).

Great for FLAC and MP3 playback.

Tried Windows XP and Vista on it, Windows 7 runs best.

I have tried some emulators of old 8bit & 16bit games (I am a fan of old games). NES & SNES works perfect. Sega Genesis and Master System roms play fine. GBA most games ran well. Majority of MAME games would play (use GlovePie and your WiiMote). A few n64 games ran ok. DosBox with games like DOOM, Blood, etc work well too. I wouldn't expect to get more gaming from this unit, lucky if PC games made before 2000 will play smoothly.

You can install Microsoft PowerToys for Windows XP Tablet PC Edition on Windows 7 and I even found a download to install Microsoft's Surface applications (Google "Touch Pack Drop 4").

I may not give it a good review, but I like it more than the Apple Ipad!

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