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    I'm wanting to buy a 10" tablet running window7

    Anyone have a good experience,,,,,,,I like stability

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    I doubt anyone has a good experience, or any experience at all, because a windows 7 tablet does not exist.
    Otherwise I might of had one by now. LOL
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    You mean like this? Lenovo has a pretty good name.

    Lenovo - ThinkPad X230 Tablet
    Mobility of a tablet, power of a laptop, 12.5" multitouch 300 NIT IPS viewing, finger, pen, keyboard
    Up to 3rd Gen Intel® Core™ i7-3520M processor
    Windows® 7 Professional
    Intel® HD graphics 4000
    Up to 16GB memory
    Up to 500GB hard drive or 180GB solid state drive
    Up to 8 hrs. battery life
    12.5" widescreen display
    Starting at 3.57 lbs.

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    That's not a true tablet, neither is the hardware congruent with a true tablet.
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    And it's also very expensive. Also seems fairly heavy.
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    I guess then we're changing the definition of Tablet, as the original tablets, like this one, have been around for over 5 years.

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    Most tablets have only 16-32 GB of storage and only 1-2 GB of memory. You would probably run out of space quickly with the 32 GB version unless you found a stripped down version of Win 7. Performance with only 2 GB of memory might also be poor. Too much OS for the hardware of a tablet.

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    A friend of mine has this Fujitsu Stylistic. He likes it, but he has not been using it too much.http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...FaN_QgodbUYA8A

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