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  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    OK; Now that we have that settled. ... I am very psyched about the upgraded venue 8 pro. 4 gb ram is welcome. The high end Atoms offer very comparable performance to pared down i5/m series tablet processors. I don't have an immediate need to replace my 8 pro. But if that need arises, This is what I would shop for. May God Bless Your Studies
    Posted to General by Paul C on Wed, Jan 27 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] The Venue's that our esteemed fellow poster above keeps touting in the forums seem underpowered to me. I would hate to be stuck with a slow dog. [/quote]I think I see your logic. You have deluded yourself into thinking that benchmarks justify being stuck with an overpowered, overpriced, overheating brick that can't be used without
    Posted to General by Paul C on Wed, Jan 27 2016
  • Re: Suggestions sought for Logos resources about Church Conflict resolution

    I found "loving God when you don't love the church" an interesting read ( Available in Vyrso)
    Posted to General by Paul C on Tue, Jan 26 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    Hi, Peter; This is the one I have. I was patient and found one on ebay for $50. I have been a fan of the trackpoint for years. The best keyboard going, Head and shoulders above conventional keyboards IMHO. And you don't need a mouse. Works with any machine that has bluetooth. http://www.amazon.com/ThinkPad-Compact-Bluetooth-Keyboard-TrackPoint/dp/B00C32FWJC
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Jan 25 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"]This has a capacitive touchscreen and not an active digitizer, correct?[/quote]Correct. However, It does a fine job at hand written notes using Windows journal, OneNote, or the Windows handwriting input panel, and a generic 99 cent capacitive stylus. The input panel is really cool. It transforms handwritng into digital text
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Jan 25 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="JoshInRI"] way too high...heavy sigh. [/quote] http://www.ebay.com/itm/Dell-Venue-11-Pro-Tablet-4th-Gen-Core-i3-4210Y-4GB-128GB-SSD-Win-8-1-Webcam-/271852480185?hash=item3f4baba6b9:g:EwsAAOSwKIpWEswy
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Jan 25 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="Bill Anderson"] it will start at €999 in Europe[/quote]The current currency conversion makes that $1080 for the base model. If it indeed hits our shores at that price point, my prediction was $120 high. It still makes my Venues seem even more attractive.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, Jan 24 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    $1200-$1500
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sun, Jan 24 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="JoshInRI"]I wish someone would ask me for my humble opinion[/quote]OK, Josh; What is your humble opinion?
    Posted to General by Paul C on Fri, Jan 22 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="JohnB"] I keep chasing rabbits which irritates my bible class teacher who just happens to be my wife[/quote] Yes, It's tempting. I have found it less disruptive to just jot a note about the Wabbits I wish to hunt. Then do the actual hunting at a later date.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: What looks good on the horizon for Windows 10 Tablet small form factor?

    [quote user="JohnB"]I find myself handicapped by my PC tablet in church manly because of the touch abilities - or rather lack of them.[/quote]I certainly feel your pain. However the benefits of the small footprint outweigh the handicaps. Until recently I had hope that FL would address the touch issues. ...But in view of the recent events, I have consigned
    Posted to General by Paul C on Wed, Jan 20 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="MJ. Smith"]I log onto the forums to get my daily dose of pessimism, paranoia, fear and speculation.[/quote]You forgot sarcasm.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Thu, Jan 7 2016
  • Re: Personnel changes at Faithlife

    [quote user="abondservant"]but if a company were on shaky ground this is what they'd do.[/quote] If it looks like a duck, waddles like a duck,and quacks like a duck, It's probably a peacock.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Thu, Jan 7 2016
  • Re: Logos Sales Emails

    The email account I use for Logos is used exclusively for Logos. If/when I want to see what they are selling, I open that account. If I am not in the mood, I use my other email.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Thu, Dec 31 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    [quote user="PL"]Atom vs Core m5 processor[/quote]The benchmarks provided by several techno-geeks suggest that there is little difference in performance between the newer, high end Atoms and the throttled down, less power hungry i5 processors used in tablets and ultrabooks.. The M5 (etc.) will provide better battery life and runs cool enough to be fanless
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, Dec 26 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    And if one is accustomed to a full desktop experience on a tablet, No rotten apple will ever do !
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, Dec 26 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    Hi, Josh. I continue to use and "love" my Venue 8 pro. So much so that when I ran across a spectacular deal on a Venue 11 pro, I added it to the stable as well. It has a 128GB drive, 4GB ram, and a scaled down i5 processor. While it may be slightly faster, I still find myself preferring the 8 pro for small groups. If the larger footprint is something
    Posted to General by Paul C on Sat, Dec 26 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    Go in peace.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    [quote user="Floyd Johnson"] Not quite as small as a iPad, but you might look at a Windows Hybrid - like the Lenova Twist. Mine came with Windows 8 a couple of years ago and has been upgraded to Windows 10. Still going strong and I am happy with it. [/quote]Yes, They work great. As stated above, I have a similar Lenovo. I still get raised eyebrows when
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
  • Re: Tablet for Logos?

    I wonder if the resources one hides in Verbum are mirrored in Logos. If not you could run Verbum on the tablet and logos on everything else.
    Posted to General by Paul C on Mon, Nov 23 2015
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