Developers show Tablet PC Tools at VSLife!
eWeek reports on the many Tablet PC-oriented software tools at the VSLife! conference in San Francisco. -- Posted Friday, February 11, 2005 by chb
Glitch in new rev of the Tablet PC Edition
CNET's news.com reports of a glitch in the Tablet PC Edition. Seems that the newly re-crafted input panel consumes more and more memory resources until nothing is left. Microsoft recommends daily reboots until the bug is fixed. Maybe it's punishment for removing the "write anywhere" feature that greatly reduced handwriting recognition utility. -- Posted Wednesday, February 9, 2005 by chb
Toshiba releases new TPC for Japanese market
According to TechJapan, Toshiba announced the Dynabook R10/170L7 Tablet PC convertible which TechJapan called "the company's first consumer Tablet PC." The new model has a 14.1-inch display, a DVD Super-Mulit Drive, and a 1.44GHz Celeron chip. The machine comes with lots of consumer-oriented software, including several apps for kids. Japanese pricing is just under 200,000 yen. [see TechJapan report] -- Posted Tuesday, February 8, 2005 by chb