--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "Richard J. Williams" <richard@...> wrote: > > > > > > > And it uses Win8 I presume? Which is so messy that only > > > > computer-buffs are able to navigate past the huge shopping > > > > mall of apps that hits your eyes as soon as you open it > > > > and actually use the darn thing. Ordinary people can't > > > > even find "my computer" nor are they able to turn the > > > > darn thing off. It's worse than Vista. Nuff said. > > > > > > > It's not complicated - you touch the nice, big, colorful > > > tile to find My Computer. Go figure. > > > > nablusoss: > > I'll never touch it, who wants a smudgy screen? > > > Yes, but you also have the ability to draw directly onto > the screen with a Wacom pen and Corel Draw? LoL!
I use a Wacom for editing, nicely placed on a flat surface, thank you very much. Who would do anything by placing your hand in a awkard position across the keyboard ? It's a toy, and a ridiculous one. If the Samsung wasn't so small and powerful I even can do quite a lot of editing while travelling I would never would have bought it. Why the Japanese hasn't found a way to compete Microsoft out of business years ago beats me.