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Old November 29th, 2011, 12:40 PM   #6 (permalink)
Beaver King
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Originally Posted by Yeahha View Post
Moved to the lounge as this isn't Android specific

I am guessing the tablet you saw was this one http://www.amazon.com/ASUS-Slate-EP121-1A011M-12-1-Inch-Tablet/dp/B004HKIIF8, it seems to me you would get a better deal with a laptop. I am not sure what you will be using the device for specifically but other than that tablet being cool for being a tablet you can get better specs for less if you go laptop.

I don't think you will be able to get a dual boot window/android you may be able to get a windows/linux on the tablet but I wouldn't expect it to be easy.
Sorry about posting this in the wrong thread originally. Thought I had put it in the lounge. I should pay more attention:-) Didn't mean to offend anyone.

That is the tablet I was talking about...

The reason I wanted both android and windows on one tablet was that I have some really brilliant music programs, sound packs and synths that I
use live (android apps), and at the same time I need to run backing tracks, and my usb sound card. ( my guitar plugs into the card and most of my effects are pc software based.

I already have a small laptop, but it's not great to use live. I was wanting a tablet because of the touch screen. Just bring able to tap the screen quickly instead of using a mouse/keyboard is ideal.

The reason I was asking is that I'm about to upgrade my laptop, and was somehow hoping that I would be able to get away with one device instead of two. I really am loving the android synth's, so I will most definitely use both.

I never even though of an emulator. But in retrospect that's exactly what I need. Are they reliable, and are they legal?

What would the best android tablet be then?
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