That's your actual WORKstation though since that's not your Yamakazi monitor you use on your gaming setup is it?
This is my workstation after months of intensive work. Finished a major project last Friday after knockoff time and haven't had the opportunity to clean up yet. On the left is a layout table hidden by sheets and sheets of mark-up drawings, and I've only recently added the second monitor (my old 23") to improve workflow.
Come Monday morning, this should be nice, clean and usable.
That is my Crossover Gold monitor, which is much better than my Yamakasi Catleap.That's your actual WORKstation though since that's not your Yamakazi monitor you use on your gaming setup is it?
That little tablet is gonna go flying some day soon with the mouse having so little room.My Workstation:
Better? How is it better? Your Yamakasi sounded pretty much perfect to me.That is my Crossover Gold monitor, which is much better than my Yamakasi Catleap.
Gotta find a way to display all the collector's swag huh?I don't really use my home workstation all that much, maybe 3 hours during the working week and a little more on weekends. I'm about to redo my home study, so I can't be bothered to post photos.
Actually the Keyboard and Mouse are pretty much useless on the Vaio Tab 20 because of the ability to positionate the screen on almost every angle that fits your need and the typing and touch experience is really accurate and awesome rendering those *almost* useless. I will write my experiences with both devices and i can tell you that the Vaio tab 20 is far better than i ever expected even for use on the lap as is really confortable even if it gives the impression like it isn't the case. The weight may give the impression like is going to be heavy but in reality is really light for a tablet of such a size as even my daugther manages to use it without problems on her lap or just taking it around the apartment.... i have to admit that Sony did a pretty impressive job.That little tablet is gonna go flying some day soon with the mouse having so little room.
Several reasons.Better? How is it better? Your Yamakasi sounded pretty much perfect to me.
No, I meant your fingers will still obstruct the screen at times.That is exactly the thing.... due to the great size the virtual keyboard doesn't really bother unlike normal tablets where it takes a big portion of the screen. In fact you have enough room to do all you want in a really great way. For instance i use the vertical position for coding and have a lot of space to code. The keyboard and mouse are only on that table in case i need them for whatever the reason it may be... since i cary the device around the apartment and is so confortable to work with i haven't had the need to use them. The fact that you can easily access the HDD and RAM is another plus point for me.
Seriously.... one should try this device first to comprehend how awesome it is because i admit that when you look at it for the first time it doesn't give the impression you get later. Is the first time since many years that i give props to Sony since they did a great job this time.