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HP Elite X2 with Wacom Stylus Pros and Cons Review

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThe first thing I ask anyone that is looking for a new laptop is “What are you going to do with it?” This is important because a gamer doesn’t want a business laptop and an executive might not want a laptop geared toward video production. The HP Elite X2 is a Business laptop. Running documents, getting your books in order, and of course email and web functionality. With the Wacom stylus and military grade standard, it can handle the situation. So let’s go through the pros and cons, then we’ll look at the overall specs. PRO – HP Elite X2 The x2 is light weight and no bigger than a standard tablet. The precision-crafted device is meant for funcitonality and style. A high-level enterprise executive will definitely look good with this accessory. Inside is the Intel Core M processor series. From...

eFun’s apen Series: iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry Stylus – CES 2012

eFun’s apen Series: iPad, iPhone, Android, Blackberry Stylus – CES 2012

Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSThere are a few stylus out there so you can use an iPad without having to touch the screen. aPen is a company with a stylus for your use to a tablet. Whether it an iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Android, Blackberry or other device, you can revert to a stylus within seconds. Get apen on Amazon apen – which was being displayed by eFun – comes in many styles and colors. Most important, it’s shaped like a pen, so you can use it to write like you would in a notebook. It’s stylus like these that could help people start to use tablets more frequently, simply because they don’t feel like they are using a tablet. apen is available now. A1 and A2 ($79.99) are for PC, A3 ($129) is for Blackberry and Android, and A4 ($129) is for iOS devices Interview...