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Foolish or Not? Playing Angry Birds on Two Windows 7 Tablets at the Same Time

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You know what’s better than playing Angry Birds on a Windows 7 tablet? Playing Angry Birds on TWO Windows 7 tablets at the same time. Well, not really. It’s actually pretty hard to get past a level that way. But as they say, if you got it, flaunt it, which I do in this YouTube video.


Is this an April Fool’s prank? Yes, in that I posted it today so people might think it was fake because most folks don’t know you can play Angry Birds on a Windows PC, but those folks are wrong and this video is completely legit. Ergo, if you thought it was fake: You got fooled on April Fool’s Day, fool! This here is real!

Resting on the desktop is my Fujitsu Lifebook T900. Swapping back and forth in my hands is my TEGA v2. The former is packing an Intel Core i5 processor, while the latter is Intel Atom. Both have multi-touch input screens, and both are equipped with Angry Birds thanks to Intel AppUp, the new software application market from Intel. AppUp is intended for netbooks at this time, but as you can see, the software works fine on a more powerful notebook and a slate with netbook innards.

Hope you enjoyed this little bit of silliness for AFD and rest assured this fun and games video isn’t all fun and games. It’s also intended to whet your appetite for a true review of Intel AppUp. While Intel is currently marketing AppUp as “Your source for netbook apps”, as you can see, it’s not a bad source for tablet apps either.

Alleged Apple fanboi, accused Android apologist, and confirmed Microsoft MVP for touch and tablet Mark Sumimoto a.k.a. Sumocat dabbles in all areas of mobile computing with a focus on Windows-based Tablet PCs and pen input. A mobile computing enthusiast since 2004, he pioneered the field of ink blogging via his personal blog, Sumocat's Scribbles. His current tools include a Fujitsu Lifebook T900, TEGA v2, and iPhone 4. Email: sumocat [at] notebooks.com

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