Archives For March 2006
Hugo Ortega has posted some more close ups of the Origami device and claims that they come from a very reliable source. Irregardless, they look really interesting, especially the close ups of the buttons, etc.
Are you interested in fitness or maybe dropping a couple of those pounds? If so, you'll want to watch this InkShow of the only available fitness program that is ink-enabled - BodyTrans.
MobilityToday.com found some photos on www.UMPC.com and consequently uncovered a new community forum (that is running Community Server), as well as FAQ’s and other items related to Ultra Mobile PCs.
- Engadget has this post with the image on the right as a possible Origami device. They are a bit skeptical though. Well, you never know what is real or not, but I really like the looks of this device! If you take a close look, and picture this in your hands, it feel...
I was browsing www.CDW.com for some pricing info on a Toshiba M4 Tablet PC for a customer of mine, when I happened upon this accessory by Ergotron .
Just to give you guys a little bit of a preview, I’m working on an InkShow of BodyTrans and Dennis is working on an InkShow of MindManager.
Check out the latest OnTheRun podcast with James Kendrick and Marc Orchant. You'll get to hear about the one guy more addicted to tablet pcs than me.
Tracy Hooten, of StudentTabletPC.com has written a very good, objective review of Gateway's M280 Convertible Notebook.
- Yep -- Origami again. What will we talk about next week after the speculation is over? Came across John Tokash's blog via feedster today.
- You gotta love a contest! Tracy hooten and crew have a Tablet PC "most" user tip contest going on over at The Student Tablet PC site.
Linda Epstein, Tablet PC MVP, writes up a really good review of Electrovaya's SC3100 Tablet PC. She's taken a lot of good close up pictures as well.
Nothing goes together better than a Tablet PC and an inkable form. Are you looking for a good solution to create that inkable form? Look no futher than ActiveInk Software.
- I'm not gonna do any speculation in this post about Origami. I do feel the need to warn you though - don't get confused until you know the facts.
I absolutely love this Acer C310 Tablet PC review written by Chris Grimm. Why? He does the review in conjunction with a review of ZBrush - a 3D modeling app.
Earlier this week, I hinted at some Toshiba news coming on Friday. In conjunction with Ziff Davis, Toshiba has just launched ToshibaBusiness.com, a website dedicated to Tablet PCs and Business.
Lora just IM'd me a post from Loren - With InkGestures for Word out the door, he is now working on InkGestures for PowerPoint.
Tim Marman has uncovered this little gem of a story - CoreDuoNews.com is reporting a listing of what looks to be the new X60s Tablet PC Ã¢â‚¬" the sister product of the available X60s ultra portable notebook.
In what will be the first among many interviews with key players in the Tablet PC and Mobile PC industry, we are delighted to inaugurate this category with our interview with Scott Eckert, CEO of Motion Computing.
I’ve been told from a very reliable source that Microsoft unoffically showed the origami pc yesterday at BlackBoard World to a select 50 customers of Blackboard – among the software to be included from day one: GoBinder and Backpack.
- I have to admit it -- ever since I read Robert Scoble and Shel Israel's book "Naked Conversations", I have changed the way I think about communications in general, but especially on the internet (it's kinda scary to know that Scoble got that far into my brain, but ...
I never thought about checking the source code of www.OrigamiProject.com, but thanks to a commenter at Engadget , I decided to check it out.
Its' here, its' there, its' everywhere Ã¢â‚¬" everywhere you are, but never in the way the date to find out more: 3/9/06 check it out..
Well, this comes as a surprise. According to Agilix's press release, GoBinder 2006 has been officially released. I've checked their beta support page and there is no announcement there, although it does appear on their homepage.
I picked this up from TabletPCBuzz.com forum member MobilityBoy: this new flash based Ultra Mobile PC teaser - www.umpc.com Think MobilityBoy is working for Intel? I'm not sure of the total validity of this, but I find it interesting that it just popped up...
Thought it would be fun to see a day in the life of a tablet pc user from our readers. So the question is: Where did you Ink today? Me? At 5:30 am, I was at our kitchen bar reading news in Onfolio, drinking coffee.
I love to read Chris Pirillo (the original LockerGnome). I've been a reader of his for years, and I love his writing style, his energy, and I even occasionally agree with what he has to say .