Leave it to the guys at Engadget to snag the internet’s first quickie review of a real Origami machine. Their first thoughts – um, nothing special. The Samsung model they played around with was a pre-production unit, so there still may be some changes in store, but overall it didn’t come across as being revolutionary. […]
Today it was Intel’s turn to take the covers off of the UMPC platform. James Kendrick uncovered this page on the Intel website that begins to fill in the missing pieces to the puzzle. The Intel UMPC website reveals even more with four videos showing use cases for the UMPC here. The second video, “Mix […]
The last few weeks, rumors have been running rampant on the blogosphere (really, the entire Internet) about a brand new device that will be loaded with a Microsoft operating system. Whether or not Redmond is orchestrating this buzz is beyond me, but the speculation up to this point does have me very interested. Code named […]
GoBinder 2006, one of the best note-taking solutions out there for the Tablet PC has finally shipped. For those who aren’t familiar with the product, GoBinder is essentially a digital notebook and PIM for students…although it is a really powerful tool that can be used by just about anyone. This update to GoBinder was very ambitious, […]
Robert Scoble is in town for a few days, and I had a chance to meet up with him at the Pittsburgh Bloggers gathering last night. Since it was his birthday the group had a cake and very special gift for him (see the picture). It was nice to finally meet the man behind the […]
The Student Tablet PC weblog is one of the best Tablet focused sites out there. While my college days are a distant memory, the site’s productive approach to using a Tablet enabled PC makes it a must read. For example, their latest post details a great method of scanning textbooks onto your Tablet. Beside for reducing […]
Several people have noted that the Geckotip extension for Firefox has been updated. If you use a tablet enabled PC like me this is great news. Firefox is my browser of choice and an enhanced tablet experience only solidifies that choice. Get the new tip here.
Microsoft recently announced the latest Tablet PC MVPs, and Marc Orchant was one of those selected. Congratulations Marc! For those who don’t know, my introduction to the Tablet platform came essentially through Marc’s blogs, and I continue to rely on his insight on the platform to influence my tablet experience.
OQO’s ultra mobile PC is finally available with the Tablet PC operating system! I’d love to test drive one of these things if given the chance.
The Student Tablet PC blog is one of the best Tablet PC blogs out there. As their readership has steadily grown, so have the contributors. Most of the contributions are right on the spot for students (of the college variety), but much of the insight can be translated to the business world as well. Their […]