About Windows XP Tablet
The Windows XP tablet computer is popular for its portability and convenience, and is often described as being a crossover between smartphone and laptop. The touch screen devices, which are powered by Microsoft Windows software and often include the suite of Office tools, are available from a range of well known manufacturers, as well as budget manufacturers, and there are a number of factors to consider when ensuring that you buy the best model for your requirements - size, form factor, ruggedness and battery life are just some of these considerations.
A Windows XP tablet provides the portability of a tablet computer with the power and range of applications of Windows XP. Home and Pro variants of the operating system are available, and the version chosen will dictate the price and functionality of the tablet. Both variants offer an alternative to the iOS and Android operating systems that are more commonly seen on this type of computing device.
Choose the size of tablet that you buy according to your needs. The most portable devices, often referred to as phablets, measure little more than 5? and while these are extremely portable and easy to carry around, they may not offer the size of screen that is required for more intensive use. 7?, 9?, and even 12? screens are available, with the larger screens often proving more beneficial for regular media viewers.
All-in-one or transformer tablet computers include a keyboard as well as touch screen input. Some devices may have the keyboard built in, while others offer a detachable keyboard; both variations should provide the user with easier typing and more precise input.