Am considering a tablet pc (vs a notebook) for a wireless college environment. Just reading about the Acer C110 and it says that it's HD is FAT32 formatted (vs NTFS).
Just got me wondering since a wireless-networked college environment is bound to have its fair share of 733T h4x0R types. What is tablet pc security like (I mean the OS). Seeing as most seem to come with wireless built-in, it makes it great for ease of communications, but isn't there a flip-side to this with increased vulnerability?
FAT32 doesn't even have security on it (as does NTFS). Surely a wireless tablet pc should use as much security as it can.
Seeing as the contents will be all my course work and communications, I'd quite like to keep this stuff safe and personal.
What do you lot think? Would a wireless notebook still be a safer bet for a college environment?