|Screen Size||11.6 inches
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080
|RAM||2 GB DDR3_SDRAM
|Hard Drive||32 GB
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel Gen8 HD Graphics
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1
Make sure this fits by entering your model number.; ULTRA SLIM & ULTRA STYLE: WINDOWS 10 TABLET - the ultimate user experience. This 11.6" Windows Tablet PC from Fusion5 is fully-loaded with the latest user-friendly Windows 10 package. Perfect Windows tablet PC for you!; GREAT VIEWING EXPERIENCE...
I have had the Fusion 5 T60 Windows 10 Tablet PC for a few days now, and I have been putting it through its paces and so far I mostly like it. It is not as good as my powerful desktops; I have a powerful 8 core and two sixteen core computers to compare it to. So the tablet has to compete against this kind of hardware. As I said in the intro, I like it, but it could be better in some ways.First the good points. The computer runs Windows 10 Home version, which is a fairly robust OS and it is the full featured version on this tablet, so you get basically everything that Windows comes with, including all the utilities, apps, such as Microsoft Paint, 3D Paint, Sound Recorder, etc. The utilities are useful for diagnosing problems with the computer and adjusting settings, which is a plus. Since I am a techie, this is an important point. So you can do everything that Windows does with this computer.The computer itself seems adequate for doing small tasks. It is not a full power PC, but it is definitely usable for all kinds of small tasks such as checking email, doing shopping, writing letters, taking snapshots or video with the cameras and the like. It is more like a glorified cell phone and rather resembles a giant cell phone with two onboard cameras for taking selfies, and snapshots, and video. It seems designed around the use of small apps rather than large heavy apps. It is not a PC for doing heavy duty work such as running heavy duty graphics programs, or labor intensive multimedia software. It can play movies. You can create small animations, drawings, paintings, and the like, but again, heavy graphic intensive work, such as 3D modeling and labor intensive rendering, is out of the question. I mean, you could load a small 3D modeling program, make models, and do short a few second animations or single renders, but large complicated scenes, long complex renders, forget it.It has a quad core processor, but at 1.44 GHz, performance is not super duper, but it gets the job done. My fastest computers crank out at about 3.4 GHz per core, and even my 16 core computers can crank out at 3.0 GHz, so this is what I am comparing it to. Given the kind of processor it has, it is a bit sluggish compared to my monster computers. Large apps such as Corel Paint Shop Pro can take quite a few minutes to load. But there is a feature that it has that can adjust performance speed when you are on battery and when you are plugged. That is found in the charge battery icon on the bottom of the screen; the system tray. I set the slider to 100 percent when plugged in, and about 50 percent when on battery. There is a noticeable change in performance when that is set. Of course at full power when the machine is plugged in, the performance is fast, since I set it to faster. But of course, when on battery, the performance is noticeably slower. Of course, you can set performance to 100 percent even on battery power at the sacrifice of battery life. I noticed that some reviewers were complaining about slow performance. It is indeed slower than many full power professional computers, but performance adjustment, can give you better speed. Perhaps these reviewers didn't know about the performance adjustment.The sound card is adequate, but the onboard speakers are faint and you can barely hear them. If you want to watch a movie or listen to music with your computer, it would be a good idea to get some headphones; there is a headphone jack. The sound in the headphones is fairly decent if you have good headphones. So you will be able to enjoy a digital movie or audio.The computer has a multipurpose standard USB port and a mini USB port. It also has a special port for docking a native keyboard. When I wanted to type something using the computer, I was able to attach a regular standard computer keyboard via the USB port, since I don't yet have the docking keyboard, and I didn't want to type using the touch screen virtual keyboard. And there is another port, which I think is for another type of flash drive or stick memory.I like the big 11.6” (29cm) screen on this tablet which is why I got it. I got it for doing artwork such as drawings and paintings on the go, or when I don't want to use the full size desktop computer. It certainly can do artwork, such as basic drawings, and paintings. I got stylus pens for the tablet and they work pretty well with the computer. However, when drawing it is a good idea to buy a couple of palm rejection anti fouling gloves. The screen is touch sensitive enough that you actually need two, layered on a single hand, to prevent your palm or other fingers from performing actions on the touch screen. Another good thing about the screen on this tablet is that you can change orientation of the screen; you can use it horizontally, vertically, or even upside down. It will orient itself to whatever direction you use it. Sometimes this orientation feature can be a pain, but in that occasion, you can turn it off. For doing drawing, though, the ability to shift orientation is rather nice.It works well with networking. It can see other computes and share files and data with them.There are some disappointments with the tablet however. As I said, the tablet is not made for large apps; it is for running small apps and utilities. I downloaded Corel Paintshop Pro 2019 Ultimate suite, and discovered that my tablet does not have enough hard drive space to hold the entire suite. So I had to download and install the whole suite to one of my monster computers. Of course, the software is heavy duty and takes up a lot of hard drive space, so I was only able to load the essentials onto the tablet.Both the hard drive and memory are rather dinky. There is only 2 GB of RAM. Are you kidding me? To do anything useful, you really need at least 4 GB of RAM, bare minimum. The hard drive, which is a solid state drive, is a total of 32 GB. That is also a joke. Many full computers have that much RAM. At the minimum to get the maximum use out of a tablet, you need at least 100 GB hard drive. I know it is a tablet PC, and not a full power desktop or laptop (which can have 16 GB up to about 256 GB RAM and 6 TB hard drive, especially for professional level computers) but to load and run many types of software, you need at least some respectable hard drive space and memory. And keep in mind too, that the OS, Windows 10 takes up a good part of that 32 Gigs of space, about 25 GB. Hidden partitions for system recovery and other hidden data, take about a Gig or so more. That means you have only about 6 GB left for apps and data! So that means if you want to store large amounts of data you will need to use USB flash drives or similar drives and memory cards that can attach to the various ports of the tablet. The tablet is supposed to be able to support drives up to 128 GB on the SD slot.Charging the tablet can be a little tricky, too. I don't know if it is a characteristic with all power adapters made for this device, but it is a little loose in the USB mini port, and so you have to make sure the power cable is sitting directly and straight in the port and not wiggling around, and the red light on top is on to indicate that it is on the charger and not on the battery. Of course, if the charger is not quite seated in the port, it will not be charging, but will remain on the battery and continue to drain the battery. I have noticed other reviews in this forum, which seem to describe issues with charging the device. The battery itself seems to have a utility to prevent overcharging, and so after it reaches 100 percent power, the power light will turn off, it will begin a discharge cycle until it reaches a certain percentage of battery power, I think about 70% and then it will begin charging again.One other thing that bothers me is that there are no user serviceable components. Cracking open the case voids the warranty, so if you want to upgrade or replace RAM, upgrade the hard drive, or if the hard drive crashes, and you need to replace it, or if the battery dies, and you need to get a new one, you have to take it into a shop. At the least, you should be able to swap in a hard drive and replace the battery since these are subject to the most wear and tear and are likely to have failures eventually. Even in cell phones you can replace the battery and upgrade or replace memory and disk drive cards. You should be able to do this with a tablet too.I may update as I feel the need and the more experience I have with this computer, but so far this is my experience.My ratings:Overall: Pretty good. Not as powerful as my monster PC's, but still has its uses: 4 of 5Usability: Very usable. Has lots of nice Windows apps. Has limited capability for large apps and programs. Highly portable for computing and working on the go. 5 of 5Hardware: Has cameras, and connection capabilities, including wireless, bluetooth, and others. Nice large screen. Could have more storage and RAM; this I consider a major drawback. But as a compensation, does support flash drives and memory cards for data storage. Can boot from external media such as USB drive which is useful if you need to address issues with Windows. No user serviceability for hardware. Slight issue with power adapter. 2 of 5Number of ports: Considering that this is a small slim computer, you can't expect too much. 3 of 5Software and Apps: Comes with a stable version of Windows 10 which comes with nice apps. You can get additional free and paid apps from Windows store. Ability to load and run standard apps and programs under Windows such as Microsoft Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Corel Paintshop Pro, some games, etc. but nothing too heavy duty such as labor intensive graphics programs or high graphics games because of limited hard drive space and small memory. 4 of 5Utility and ease of use: Decently user friendly. If you know how to use android phones and touchscreen and Windows 10, you will be fine. 5 of 5Speed: It doesn't have a super high speed processor, but it does get the job done. 4 of 5Sturdiness and Durability : Seems strong enough to endure ordinary usage and wear and tear. 5 of 5
Ok, I was looking for a windows tablet. The Android offerings were horse hockeys. All here and everywhere all came with 2 gigs of ram, if they were made better they were too darn expensive. I broke down and looked at a surface pro. yet again too darn expensive. I decided to break down and go to windows. The Pro's are, great touchscreen, the connectivity is great. With a USB hub, the storage options are endless I have a four terabyte drive along with a 256 gig Micro SD card., Also got the fusion five keyboard cover.Now for the cons, the keyboard has a mouse in the middle of the keyboard like a laptop. this brings it on par with a full-size laptop. I can't stand the touchpad mice. as I am trying to type this review my hands brush up against it and move the cursor. Next item on the list the CPU is a little slow for my tastes. That I can live with. Here is my opinion of the charging system. I think the micro USB doesn't have the amperage to charge the device while it is on.I like the device so far. I am getting to know it.I will update this review as the more usage I give this thing
You really can't beat it for the price, especially if you opt for the 11.6" tablet. Battery is plentiful, display is really really nice, inputs are snappy with no noticeable lag (can't say the same about other budget tablets), and it does everything I need it to do with ease. For the cost of a Chromebook, you get access to a windows based tablet!
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