Monday, May 17, 2010

Carbon Tablet Demo

Check out the YouTube video here:

Carbon Tablet Demo

I had to sit at a weird angle for filming so I had a couple issues with the touchscreen, but it was only becuase of my odd positioning. The touch responsiveness is acutally pretty good, not iPad good, but good enough for me .

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  2. Hello! Can you tell more in your blog about componets for tablet (motherboard/screen)?

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  3. Please tell us about used components! Which motherboard was used?

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  4. I posted about the motherboard in the Specs comment section. It is from an MSI X320.

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  5. Do you by any chance have any pictures of the build process? I'm curious how it's held together on the inside :)

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  6. Cool man. Please send us pictures how to make it.

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  7. Excellent job- well done! I don't understand why the big companies don't realise how many people want a Windows 7 tablet- I'm dying for one myself.

    However, two things: first, could you kindly demo other functions than video? The whole benefit of Winfows 7 is, you can do a lot with the tablet unlike the iPad. Specifically, I'd like to see it run MS Office. I'd also like to see it using Amazon's Kindly software for the PC to read ebooks. Most of all (I hear you added a digitizer) I'd like to see you using a sylus/digitizer for drawing or writing in OneNote, Photoshop or even Office inking. These wold prove the versatility & viability of a Windows 7 tablet.

    I'd prefer a smaller screen size (maybe 8 inches) so I could use it as a lightweight ebok reader and digital sketchpad, but I guess this screen size was your preference.

    Wonderful- you should go into mass production. Now that HP has dropped their Win7 tablet, I'd by yours!

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  8. When I have some time I will make another video showing things other than playing videos. People are also curious about the internals so I will take some pictures of that too so you can see how it's all held together.

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  9. Awesome tablet! I would love to see instructions on how to build this for myself!

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  10. You should make a How-to! This is exactly what I've been looking for. Either that or I will buy one for cash money!

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  11. Hello! Strangely, I didn't see anybody ask this question about your (incredible) device: how long does the battery last with normal internet use?

    I second those that would like to see a how-to on how to build this marvel :)

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  12. most definitely would LOVE to see a how to on how you did this. I want to build one for myself!! I absolutely won't buy an iPad.....

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  13. up! Would like to see a HOWTO.
    GREAT JOB!

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  14. GREAT JOB!
    I would just ask for a how-to build or instructions. I love the idea of building one yourself.

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  15. Since it uses WIN7 tablet OS, does it work with a stylus and recognize handwriting -- like with OneNote?

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  16. Truly inspiring! Would be amazing if you could share information on the build process!

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  17. Are you using the built in LVDS controller on the motherboard, or an external controller and hijacking the VGA output? If it's the internal controller, do you have any specs on the maximum output resolution? I'd love to take one of those insanely high DPI 1920x1200 15" screens and put it in a tablet: perfect e-reader.

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  18. What I want to know most is how you managed to source the flat LED screen - the rest seems simple enough.

    Not saying that's bad or anything.

    A picture of the back - fan outlets would be beautiful.

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  19. Well this is just way to impressive and awesome! One question that arose was: would a wireless mouse and keyboard work with it? I would assume so.

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  20. Hey dude, Im an Industrial Design student and I'm developping a device as part of my end of year degree show and I would totally kill to see how you made this, as giving people something that would work would definitely guarantee me excellent marks! I only have a rapid prototyped shell (finished) with a 10" photoframe that I took apart in it, with images of the UI as a slideshow but if I could port Froyo over (or even windows) this would be most awesome! If you can, please let me know, vinny.naughton@gmail.com thanks!

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  21. Hi man - great job. You should start a production of these and sell them. You'll make a killing - i'll be the first to buy one :-)

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  22. Awesome...not as good as ipad? better!!

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  23. i would like to know how u set the on screen keyboard as a tab on the side thanks email is lkcp24@yahoo.com

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  24. plzzz tell me that can i use skype on this tab?

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  25. wow cool idea , behind the diy tablet. it is better than the windows tablets.?

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  26. Thanks for sharing the information about the Carbon Fiber DIY Tablet. It is very gorgeous.

    Carbon Fiber

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