I want to get a 12.1 in screen SXGA+ slate PC with dual digitiser and touch input. The Motion LE1700WT looks to have the best set of available features for my purposes, including a Core 2 processor, WAN card, the ability to go between touch and digitiser input without pressing a button (double tap for touch) – and I have been told that a solid-state (32GB) alternative to hard drive will be available next month. However I also really want good screen appearance/viewing-angles in both orientations and outdoor viewability. Re the last quality, it seems that the dual input WT (WriteTouch) model uses a non-Wacom screen overlay (capacitative, N-Trig) that rules out the Motion ViewAnywhere option. Maybe I could live with that, but I don’t know if the LE1700WT has a BOE Hydis screen. If not, viewing angles etc may not be great? I have looked at the M1300 non- ViewAnywhere vs. M1400 ViewAnywhere post (thanks ChrisParis!) although, after reading the comments also, I am still rather confused, and the technologies may have changes a bit over the last 3 years(?) The TabletKiosk Sahara Slate i440D seems to have a button-toggled (not so desirable, but perhaps OK) dual input which I think can be got with outdoor screen option(?), but no SXGA+, internal WAN or SSD in the near future. Fujitsu Stylistic and Electrovaya Scribbler do not seem to fit the bill either. Sorry for the length of this post, but I feel I am really working “in the dark” as I have never even seen a tablet/slate “in the flesh”, and seem to have little prospects of doing so until I actually buy one (without extensive travel – living in Ireland at the moment; UK Motion distributors were helpful by phone/email, but said they could not even show me one)! Can anyone give me insight re the LE1700WT screen performance, or suggest an alternative product on the market or upcoming that would combine all the bits I want?