Cisco Cheng, the PC Magazine writer who recently admitted that there is a lot to like about Tablet PCs, has posted a review of Sony’s UX180P.All in all, I’d have to say that Cisco’s review of the UX180P is right on the money.
I recently purchased a UX180P and absolutely love it. Several weeks ago, I sent it to Warner Crocker so that he could do a Hardware InkShow on it. Look for that InkShow review to be posted later this week.
From Cisco Cheng:
If, like me, you’ve ever had severe back pain or found yourself bedridden, a portable PC device can help you avoid tons of disconnected downtime. Arriving just as I found myself on temporary bed rest (I’ll spare you the details), the 1.2-pound Sony VAIO VGN-UX180P couldn’t have come at a better time. Handling this miniature handheld is a lot like playing with the T-Mobile Sidekick 3, except that it’s loaded with a full-blown edition of Microsoft Windows XP Professional and has features you’d normally find on a laptop. And although the Sony UX Series is not ready to replace my laptop, it has a lot to like.
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