Tablet PC 2's News Archive
November 2002 - February 2003
February 28, 2003
Feb. 26, 2003
"The Toughbook 18 is quite simply in a class by itself," said Rance Poehler, president of Panasonic Computer Solutions Company. "It will redefine the tablet PC category while setting new standards for versatility in notebook computing. Panasonic has leveraged its years of experience and engineering to design a tablet PC which provides the durability demands for both white and blue collar applications. The 'convertible' nature of the Toughbook 18 makes it ideal for use from claims adjusters to hospital nurses while also being able to withstand the pounding from Panasonic's Military and Public Safety customers. The Toughbook 18 can be carried up a latter, hung on a wall as a tablet, or mounted in a vehicle like a standard notebook," notes Poehler.
Make use of your airport downtime. As part of a four-month program, you can attend Tablet PC demonstrations and test-drive the new mobile PCs yourself at select airports around the United States
NEW YORK, Jan. 23 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- NEC Corporation announced today the sale of the world's thinnest and lightest Tablet PC in Japan. NEC's Tablet PC will also be available in North America and Europe during the first quarter of 2003. NEC is considering releasing the product in Asia-Pacific countries.
New tablet PCs sold in Japan come with two models, the VersaPro Series for business users and the LaVie Series for home users.
January 26. 2003
Raiders, Buccaneers, Hot Dogs, Martinis And Tablet PC's………….
What do you do after the excitement of attending the Super Bowl? If you were fortunate enough to have an invitation, you headed to San Diego's Gas Lamp Quarter for "John Salley's Best Damn Super Bowl After Party" (Presented by Microsoft) Outside E Street Alley you are greeted by red ropes and large bouncers in dark suits. Inside E Street Alley's newly renovated Blue Room guests had the opportunity to play Xbox games on a big screen and get information on the new Tablet PC's.
When we walked in we found Microsoft's Chris Barry and Kelly Berschauer surrounded by people with looks of amazement on their faces as they crowded around a table covered with a variety of Tablet PC's from Toshiba, Viewsonic, Motion Computing, Fujitsu, and more. It was fun seeing people sitting comfortably on the velvet furniture surfing the Super Bowl website and sending email from the Compaq Tablet PC's.
What do you do when you're a Microsoft MVP for Windows Tablet PC and there are people who want information? You jump in and help generate action and excitement by describing features and uses for the Tablet PC to those waiting to get close enough to the table to see what's going on with their own eyes.
Needless to say it was an amazing way to end an already amazing Super Bowl Sunday. It's just an educated guess, but I think the chances of our seeing Tablet PC's used on the sidelines of the NFL during the 2003 season are very good, very good indeed….
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January 15, 2003
Windows Journal Viewer 1.5 allows those who do not have a tablet Tablet PC to view files that were created in Microsoft Windows Journal on a Tablet PC.
November 7, 2003
Tablet PC notebooks combining Handwriting Recognition, Windows XP Tablet PC Edition with Windows Journal for a new era of mobile computing.
With Moses-like faith,
he's bringing Tablet PCs to the people, and he's sure
they'll extend "the magic of software"