I love windows convertible tablets that have the default orientation as portrait because it means you don't just get blue screen of death, you get SIDEWAYS blue screen of death

@masklayer Ugh.

But otherwise, how is it? Always been curious about usability of the yogabooks.

@mdm relatively bad, lots of driver bugs, performance is mediocre, but overall it meets my needs and for me the compactness is worth it. Better secondary computer and personal laptop/tablet for me than a normal tablet because I can still run full creative suite and pair a mouse if I have to, but it's the size of an iPad 2 rather than the size of a laptop
But generally, it's bad


@masklayer Aw, that's a shame. Driver bugs should not be present on a production product from a major company. :(

How is the keyboard? I hear the yogabook keyboards are about the closest one can get to a full-size keyboard without actual keys (that's mostly usable).

@mdm It's like using an ipad keyboard without autocorrect, but a bit bigger. The haptic feedback and sounds are loud and bad so I turned them off. I think it's actually fairly easy to use if you set it in your lap and look down at it. I bet the new one's going to be easier to use because it's theoretically bigger, but for me the real problem is no autocorrect on the windows version.

Sign in to participate in the conversation
McNamarii Town

This is a private mastodon server for members of the Team McNamara Group.