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ASUS X201EP USB CHARGER PLUS DRIVER
I was looking for something more portable than my I've actually soured a bit on the tablet experience, and I'm trying to decide if I need or even want one.
The specs are quite similar with the exception of the OS Ubuntu Linux vs. Unlike what some others have reported, my XE came with Ubuntu When I powered it on, there wasn't a whole lot to do.
However, the initial boot does take a while. It guides you through a simple process collecting some basic information such as language, time zone, etc. It also asked me to create a user account with a password, which is easy enough.
From there, I was ready to roll after a reboot. I had no problem adding my wireless network or subsequent networks. I have connected to hidden and enterprise networks without issue. As long as you know the settings, you get in. If setup were the only consideration, I would say that this laptop is for any user level. The keyboard of the XE has the common "chicklet" style keyboard, and it feels good to type with. ASUS X201EP USB Charger Plus has enough resistance so that it doesn't feel bouncy.
However, it is not overly stiff either. The layout is ASUS X201EP USB Charger Plus good, yet some may find the lack of dedicated page up, down, etc. They are available through the function key, but I do find that I miss them on long web pages. The trackpad, on the other hand, has fewer positives. Actually, it is really no worse than most trackpads, and I really think these were invented to promote mouse sales. The trackpad doesn't have separate buttons, and it just doesn't feel comfortable. However, my biggest gripe with trackpads in general is the accidental touch during typing that sends your cursor to some distant place on the page away from where you intended to type. For serious typing sessions, I use a mouse and disable to trackpad.
This does create a tradeoff for portable use. Do I fight through the wonky trackpad or take a mouse with me from conference room to conference room?
Unless you are a die-hard IE fan, you have good options for browsing the web. It was easy to download and install from Google's site.
With limited exceptions that I will note in a later sectionit is indistinguishable from using Chrome on a Windows machine. It is here that I access both my Gmail and Corporate email, and I also use Evernote to go paperless in meetings. Ubuntu comes with LibreOffice installed by default although there are a couple of other options to try if it is missing your favorite features. Here's the bottom line, though. No ASUS X201EP USB Charger Plus what you choose, nothing is going to work seamlessly with docx, xlsx, pptx, etc.
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Microsoft doesn't want this to happen, and they have done a good job of keeping things this way. For my purposes, however, I generally only need to be able to view documents on the go, and any MS Office alternative does a good enough job. One last note item in this area is e-mail.
There is not an Outlook equivalent in any of the other office suites, and Thunderbird is the default email client. I installed the plug-in, but I could never get it working. This may have as much to do with how my company has exchange setup, but the lack of support for ASUS X201EP USB Charger Plus email is nonetheless disappointing.
As I mentioned earlier, I have my entire music collection copied to my XE. Free Download ASUS XEP USB Charger Plus Tool for Windows 7 x64 (Other Drivers & Tools).
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