Win 7 10” Tablet (from PandaWill) review

Posted by Rich Bilancia on Nov 16, 2010 | 3 Comments

One of the best kept secrets about Windows is that it has natively supported a touch interface for about 8 years.  The very first version of the Windows Tablet PC was announced in November of 2002.  Now, eight years later, the original promise may about to be realized. Since January of 2003, I’ve been using the Tablet PC platform as my exclusive traveling Windows PC device.  The Tablet PCs that I’ve... 

Recommended Apps and Tweaks for Tablet PCs

Posted by Bryan Eley on May 08, 2010 | 4 Comments

(NB: Posted on behalf of Taurean Dyer.) If you have any software pieces to add, comment below. This is my standard, and highly recommended set of software that changed how I did computing. Most are free, all are free to try. Free is a great price in my book, especially in this economy. XP 2003/2005 Microsoft Tablet PC Education Pack—Free  The ONLY reason to get this is for GoBinder Lite. This free version of... 

Microsoft believes in Tablet

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on May 04, 2010 | 8 Comments

The life of Tablet PCs and UMPCs has not been easy. Like any idea ahead of its time, we have seen many problems coming from implementations that still do not have full hardware support. Like the UMPC resolutions at 800×480. Yes, everybody knew that that was not enough but to have a good price they had to compromise this and use a display that was designed for a completely different activity. To have a display with... 

Viliv S10 Blade available at Dynamism

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Apr 30, 2010 | 2 Comments

While in other pages the future of Tablet PCs is discussed We will announce the availability of one of the new many Tablet PC that has been released this year: The Viliv S10 Blade. The viliv S10, weighing a mere 2.67 lb (1.21kg), is an unparalleled tool for mobile productivity, featuring integrated 3G (optional), and a swivel, multi-touch screen. It runs Windows 7 seamlessly, while boasting a 10-hour battery life, thanks... 

Dan Povenmire and his Tablet PC

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Apr 14, 2010 | 1 Comment

Dan Povenmire is the Executive Producer of Phineas and Ferb, from Disney Channel. But this is not the reason why I’m writing about him  but the report from John Hill about Dan using a Motion Tablet PC to create the Storyboards of this show. The lightweight design of the Motion Tablet enables him to carry it wherever he goes. During a recent flight to Taiwan he composed 250 pages of storyboards, something he... 

It’s not the HP Slate, but…

Posted by Rich Bilancia on Feb 28, 2010 | 1 Comment

…HP has just announced their first business touch-enabled convertible tablet.  It’s called the HP EliteBook 2740p. Like other touch-enabled Tablet PCs already available from Dell and Lenovo, the EliteBook 2740p with both a pen digitizer and a capacitive multi-touch digitizer allows both input and navigation from a keyboard, a pen/stylus and/or fingers.  After reading the specs it appears that the entry... 

3 new products from TabletKiosk

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Sep 22, 2009 | 1 Comment

IDF: San Francisco, CA, September 22, 2009 — TabletKiosk® , a leading provider of  mobile business computing solutions, today introduced three new systems powered by Intel®  Atom™ Processors: the 7-inch eo™ a7330D Ultra-Mobile PC, the 7-inch eo TufTab® a7230XD Rugged Ultra-Mobile PC and the 12.1-inch Sahara NetSlate™ a230T touch screen Tablet PC. AKPC_IDS += "27873,"; Read More →

Tete a tete with Linda A. Epstein

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Sep 16, 2009 | Leave a Comment

Linda and her page are without any doubt in my mind a mandatory stop for anybody researching about the term TabletPC. Her last article is a compendium of all the information found at her page and I’m recommending everybody reading this brief note to click in this link and read it. AKPC_IDS += "27750,"; Read More →

My new e-book reader, my new UMPC, my old Tablet PC

Posted by Rich Bilancia on Aug 24, 2009 | 8 Comments

It should be news to no one that most parts of our economy are not doing very well.  That situation makes it especially tough on those of us that crave the latest and greatest mobility gadgets. I’ve been a gadget collector for my entire adult life.  From a mobility point of view, I’ve been a very satisfied Table PC owner and user since late 2002 when they were first released.  Unlike many of my friends... 

The World will be Flat: More Tablets on the Way

Posted by Zealot on Aug 10, 2009 | 4 Comments

Now this is a rumor that has LEGS! Even though there is NO CONFIRMATION AT ALL from Apple, the industry is taking for granted that Apple’s Giant iPod Netbook Thingie (Now dubbed by popular acclaim the Apple Tablet) will be a reality, will be a reality SOON, and will be wildly successful. Based on those three shots in the dark, there is a wave of Tablet netbooks and notebooks coming. Digitimes, our favorite Taiwanese... 

Dell Tablet PC Rumor

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Aug 04, 2009 | 2 Comments

According to, Dell and Intel are preparing a Tablet PC that should be released “by the end of the first quarter of 2010”. Dell and Intel are just the latest examples of a growing trend. MKM Partners analyst Tero Kuittinen said he, too, has heard rumors about not just Dell, but also handset makers Nokia and HTC delivering tablets by end of first quarter 2010. also points that this and the rumor... 

Motion F5 and C5 – the best outdoor display

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Jul 29, 2009 | 1 Comment

According to Tablet PC Blog, the Motion F5 and C5 Tablets have the best outdoor display in the market and to prove this they have posted few pictures at their site.  Those who never has seen an outdoor display won’t understand what we are talking about. This is something that you have to see it to believe it. The difference between an outdoor display and a regular display is like day and night. So, if you are... 

Bill Gates still loves Tablet PCs

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Jul 28, 2009 | 1 Comment

Office Online Blog recently published an article from Bill Gates where he explains how useful is Office for him. The most important tool for him is Outlook, but look what he says about his Tablet PC and OneNote.  I always take a lot of notes about ideas to think about or things to follow up on. I try to bring my Tablet PC to meetings as often as possible so that I can use OneNote 2007 to write notes in ink that... 

FREE from Ilium

Posted by Jack Cook on Jul 07, 2009 | 5 Comments

Free is always good but when it’s free and quality “stuff”, then it is even better.  Ilium has been sharing some free software for Windows Mobile devices (and Palm OS, your Windows PC, UMPC and Tablet PC) for quite some time. It’s completely free and all of them are worth having in your arsenal of programs. Checkout the list of what they are sharing with you after the break AKPC_IDS += "26238,"; Read More →

Archos 9 soon in USA

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Jul 02, 2009 | 4 Comments

We may see the Archos 9 TabletPC in this Christmas list of many of us. According to a Press Release,  it will be sold in USA this fall. The ARCHOS 9 features the new Z515 Intel® processor, Microsoft Windows 7® Operating system and an integrated multimedia platform that uses WiFi 802.11b/g connection and Bluetooth 2.1 for extremely fast computing anywhere, anytime. This small Tablet PC has one of the most appealing... 

Android Tablet coming soon

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on Jun 08, 2009 | 1 Comment

According to a report posted at Ubergizmo… Kinpo is working on a 7" Android tablet that will be powered by a Freescale processor, where it offers a decent 800 x 600 resolution on its 7" touchscreen display. But, that’s not as important as the OS that will be used in this tablet… Android! I don’t know why but it seems to me that in 5 years we all are going to see Android as an alternative selecting what... 

New Tablet PC: Medix 10

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on May 29, 2009 | 3 Comments

Since I discovered a Tablet PC I can’t leave without one up to the point that I considerer a Laptop as an unfinished device. So any news about a new Tablet PC coming to market is for me a big party. Here is a Press release we got today: BURLINGAME, CA, (May 28 , 2009) – Tangent Inc.,, a leading provider of healthcare technology  today announced the Medix 10T, a state-of-the-art 10.4"... 

New Yuma Rugged Tablet Computer

Posted by ctitanic (left mobilitysite) on May 15, 2009 | 1 Comment

We have just received this Press release from Varlink about announcing a New Yuma Rugged Tablet Computer From Trimble: Varlink, the York based mobile computing and data capture specialist distributor, is delighted to introduce the Trimble YumaTM rugged tablet computer, an extremely rugged IP67 device that brings full office capabilities to the field in an all-in-one mobile package with its Microsoft Windows environment... 

REDFLY Mobile Viewer software

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 30, 2009 | 6 Comments

Instant On, Instant Access, Instant Productivity is probably what best describes Celio’s REDFLY.  But there is even more for you from Celio and you should check this out (it’s FREE). The REDFLY Mobile Viewer software for Windows XP and Vista by Celio Corp, lets you conveniently use your favorite Windows Mobile applications at full size on your PC. Ever wish you could see more information at once on... 

Conficker Worm – Are you protected?

Posted by Jack Cook on Apr 10, 2009 | 5 Comments

All too often we become complacent with all that we do and forget the most basic tasks to guarantee security.  Most, if not all, of you have heard of the Conficker Worm.  This worm HAS infected millions of computers since January and if you have an anti-virus program that is NOT up to date with the latest patches, you are at serious risk.  In a recent HP article, they said: Researchers estimate the Conficker... 


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