Tablet PC Motion CL900
We should not be surprised if it is intense: The CL900 is Motion Computing, as it is intended for more demanding environments than the average IPAD. It has a 10.1in 1366 x 768 panel covered with a glass Gorilla on the forehead, while the movement claims its internal frame must withstand a drop from the "back of a truck". It is sealed and tested to MIL-STD-810G, and IP-52 specifications, so you do not have to worry about moisture and dirt in the area.
And 'understandably heavier than other tablets 10In, weight 400g 1kg to give him a good 2 and the iPad does not make it a chore to keep some' one-handed, but it is balanced and has a standard screen and touch the stylus, and the entry more accurate. The latter is stored in a small place on the right side, and is also a tablet hooked on cable - useful when it is released, not so useful when you understand, just that dangles freely when the pen is placed.
The screen gets pretty shaky start things off. Using a color meter measured the maximum brightness of 318cd/m2 - poor in terms of tablet, and the contrast a little 'more than 400:1. Our eyes, looks rather pale and lethargic, and the viewing angles are nothing to write home about.
1.5GHz Intel Atom Z670 performance does not inspire. This is a single-core processor, so it's no surprise that the score of the benchmark is 0.16 compared to the current single-core atoms despite the CL900 2GB of RAM and a 62GB SSD. Score answer - based on the opening of the window and the connection - 0.31 is the same single-core ballpark too. So it's not as fast as the latest dual-core netbooks, Motion and support that you can "run multiple business applications," is questionable.
However, this means lowering the TDP, which should keep battery life high. In our light use test lasted 7h 32min CL900 before they die. The comparison is not just a iPad - easily survive - but with other Windows 7 tablets, there are many. Acer Iconia Loss W500 lasted 5 hours 8 min of light used with an AMD Fusion netbook, Z670 seems to fulfill these promises.