ARMOR X10gx: Ink Blogging on a Rugged Tablet

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ARMOR X10gx: Ink Blogging on a Rugged Tablet

When one thinks of rugged Tablet PCs, one envisions guys in hard hats taking meter readings, looking at design plans, or otherwise getting their hands dirty. But since I don’t do those things, what you get instead is me ink blogging from my front yard bench.

Currently, I’m in the shade, relaxing with a root beer. Screen brightness is notched down to 60%, but it’s still perfectly legible. I took some video earlier of it in direct sun, complete with glaring reflection, still quite readable at full brightness. Bezel button backlight control makes for an excellent daylight experience.

As you can see, the pen input is smooth, more so than I expected. The Wacom Penabled digitizer offers its usual accuracy and pressure sensitivity. That’s paired with low-sensitivity resistive touch, which eliminates stray screen triggering. Perfect palm rejection. Pen experience is wonderful.

Despite the weight of the device, its ruggedness makes it easy to handle. The carry handle is very convenient, and I’ve enjoyed being able to carry a Tablet PC around without a case or bag.

I’m taking notes as I go along, monitoring battery life, judging the responsiveness of the Intel SSD, and noting the heat output from its fanless design. Very impressive so far. I especially like that it can stand upright on its own. More to come.
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