Tablet for pico
Hey every one. I have a Pico 4425. I been using a 15 inch laptop and I would like to get a tablet for it. I don't want to spend crazy money but I would like something that I could use to run the Pico at full capacity. With that said does anyone know the recommended HARDWARE specs?(windows OS is software not hardware) Other then using USB 3.0/3.1. One thing is I do NOT want to use a surface tablet. I think they are overpriced for what you actually get. Kinda like apple products, but that is a topic for another forum/podcast. Thanks for reading.
I use a cheap Asus tablet I got for 100. It has a quad core processor and a 1 terra byte ssd. So it is quick enough to handle what pico is giving out. It is only 14inch so very portable. Pico 7 software is compatible with apple now, not sure when it is gonna be completed.
$100?!?! Was it stolen? Get me one too.
Hahaha lol...no I found it on offer up...a student at a local college upgraded.
You guys in the real world get all the breaks. :-) Cheap computers AND customers that can afford repairs over $200.
I'm interested in a Pico tablet too. Anybody else using one ? Model specifics ?
Phillip, I have the same cheap Asus T100ta unit that Andrew mentioned, The unit separates and becomes a tablet. asus.com/us/2-in-1-PCs… I have my Pico 4425 loaded on my regular Lap Top and this smaller unit. HTH
And the Pico has ran with no problems I take it?
Yes, Just used it yesterday. It is only a 10.1 inch screen, but as a tablet that is a good size screen. I bought mine new at Best Buys for about $300. I have had it for about 5 years and never had any issues with it. Also have two PC base scanner programs loaded on it plus Microsoft office.
the only issues I've had with tablets with Pico software is the usage of cursors. You have to be super precise to find and move them. Other than that, the pinch to zoom feature is AMAZING