In comparison with i7 Stylus, iWork 10 Flagship seems downright slimmer in size, but the material and design of both are almost identical. With two hands, it’s comfortable to hold, even while reading for hours.
iWork 10 is backed up by 6 modes: tablet, notebook, stylus, tent, standing and fold, amongst which tent and standing modes achieved by turning the tablet over when connecting it with the keyboard. It is believed that notebook mode is favored by the majority.
Interestingly, the tablet can be attatched to the keyboard dock in both directions.
Even if being paired with a keyboard, it keeps in shape as an ultra-thin notebook would do, without attracting too much attention. However, it might add to the weight, making it slightly tricky for a single hand.
Underneath the surface, it surpasses notebooks in damping performance so as to save worries about falling mishaps.
Both LED indicators are developed with appropriate lighting, neither too dim, nor too dazzling.
What`s more, the practical USB ports at both sides are designed for extensions including U disk, mouse, USBKey, in addition to most hard drives (data transfer rate limited to USB2.0 standard ).
During the first boot, 3 video shortcuts would pop up to guide the user in tablet resetting. It`s imperfect in some ways, but you will love every inch of it.