Not 100% confirmed as I, nor anyone else, that got a panda is probably too keen on tearing it down. It is almost certainly a better binned processor as I have read this is pretty much the norm in the industry.
Originally Posted by menteleum
I'm glad I got the 64. I had an android tablet- still do but haven't touched it weeks, and I popped a 32 gb sd in it and was having to off load stuff after a few months. I don't think that's a typical issue for many, but I now do 95% of my computer related tasks or consumption on the TP. Funny thing was after using my android tablet and playing with my gf's iPad I didn't think I would be a tablet person to the extent that it became my primary device. Multitasking is just so key to my personal pref.
A few weeks back I was driving from Michigan to Chicago and then onto Kansas City and found out I needed to turn in a research paper. I literally pulled off to a rest stop and tethered a connection from my phone. I downloaded the journal articles and med reviews I needed, and had them nicely stacked. Then pulled up a template example submission and criteria for the peer review I was doing. A little internet research to find additional sources, and connected my bt keyboard. I was even able to goto PubMed or BibMe to copy over the URLs and have it create the proper APA citation format. Edit it all together, saved it and did I quick proof read. Final save, and then I pulled up the email to attach and it was in before my 11am deadline.
Card view was a huge asset in being able to quickly glace back between sources and compose while surfing for information and the rest. Yes, other mobile os's could achieve such a thing, but I really felt I was able to accomplish things much easier and faster bc multitasking shines on webOS and the TP. Now, imagine in few months when the support and features are improved and built out.
I got my dad a 32 as a gift and he is already loving it. He's hardly tech-savvy, but a key need for him was to access lab reports through the processing labs website secured portal. They currently only support access via IE. So, he went to them and explained his need, and they actually were excited to take this up and to have their IT guys start creating support for login access, and he will get to beta test it to improve the implementation.
As for the 3G radio. There isn't one. A few people have a mobile 3/4G version, but its been found they are running webOS 3.0.3- which I guess isn't really different then the current version except mobile support. Just a way to flag the different build features. (?) You can always check on the side of the tablet to see if you have a live sim card slot. On the side is a springloaded slot that you press in and will release the slot. The WiFi only versions have a placeholder tag with device information on it. I read on here that there no way to swap in a live mobile radio as some of the other hardware isn't there to support actually running one even if you could?
Enjoy and sorry for the long reply !
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