Toshiba WT200 Windows Tablet (3G)

WT200 review: A Windows 7-based tablet with lots of features, but its performance is too slow to be enjoyable

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  • Expert Rating

    2.50 / 5
  • User Rating

    2.50 / 5 (of 2 Reviews)
  • Price

    $ 999.00 (AUD)

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Windows tablets suck
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This review is spot on. It's slow, clunky and Windows was never designed to be used on a touchscreen tablet (Windows 8 will be a different story thankfully).

As for printing, I bought a Wi-Fi printer for less than $60 and can easily print from an iPad without any hassles whatsoever, so not sure what Ian is on about.




USB,Direct Printer Support, SSD Drive, Networking, Batter Life, Runs ALOT of Windows based Programs, Decent Display Resolution, Connect to other Windows based Computers easily, Great Wireless Connection, Only $699 Canadian
Minimal (no) accessories with purchase
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Your review couldn’t be any farther off. This is a very good work/personal/ tablet. It does both. No it’s not an Ipad or Android, but then again get an android to print directly to your printer without using the cloud, (if you can find one) or the Ipad for that matter. Sure you could go out and purchase a new WiFi printer and spend some more money. I do agree that the Atom CPU can be taxed easily if you run 3 or 4 programs at once. So don’t, problem cured. I bought an Asus Transformer Prime with Android… and took it back after a month. Crappy WiFi, Man I hate Android Apps, Great Screen Display. Crappy GPS, if you own an Android phone then your fine. Any other operating systems forget it. I can’t imagine the Ipad would be any different. If you want a real road rocket sure spend a thousand plus but if you want a tablet that integrates seamlessly with other windows based operating systems, great office networking and direct printing support, USB support, and decent personal tablet features. You should look at this tablet.

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