Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Posted by Hooch Tan in "Laptop Thoughts News" @ 03:00 PM
"The Excite X10, which boasts a 10.1 inch IPS display, is a mere 7.7 mm thick. The iPad 2 is 8.8 mm thick, in comparison. It sits on the "premium" shelf just above Toshiba's budget Thrive tablets. Perhaps the most killer feature of the X10 (besides its inconceivable waistline) is the fact that it includes a Micro USB port, a Micro HDMI port, and even an SD card slot. There's somehow also room for a dock connector like you might find on the iPad."
Thin tablets are in. Well, they have almost always been in since I cannot imagine anyone enjoying a thick tablet to cart around. The Excite X10 is the latest and thinnest tablet to come out, though it manages to pack some ports while keeping a svelte figure. While I personally like having ports to serve my every desire, I've noticed more friends going the wireless option like DLNA or AirPlay to satisfy most of their needs. When it comes to your electronic devices now, do you find less of a need for ports, or do they still play an important role for you?