Xplore has released another unit,iX104C4 Rugged Mobile Computer, the into their rugged arsenal with a Tablet PC that can be dropped from 4 feet without breaking. In addition to the added ruggedness of the unit, an anit-glare screen is on the unit for added visibility for those sunny days out in the field. Read the full press release after the jump.
I have an old Zune 30 gig first generation that I am still holding on to because of the FM player. Last I had it out was when the 3.0 software came out. I'm just wondering how fast I should dust of the old thing and give it an update. The update adds a few games and some new 'social' features. Any readers out there Zune users? How's the update working out? My Zune seems to have been replaced by my iPhone...On another note, there was also a price drop that takes them lower than the iPod of similar storage. Sounds like a good move for stealing some sales for the holidays... Unless Apple counters.Prices are as followes:
Last night watching Monday Night Football I snagged this from the 'sinking' IBM commercial. The commercial doesn't have anything to do with Tablet PC's, it's just a prop... but still, it's a Tablet PC in a commercial :)Click through for a larger image of the capture
Below are 3 videos from the Dwell Wacom Live Design 2D Rendering Challenge that were posted up on YouTube. The videos are done on either a Mac or PC using a Wacom Cintiq Tablet with Adobe Photoshop, and/or Autodesk Sketchbook. The videos are compressed and each one is about 60 seconds long, but the drawings look great when they are done! Check out each one after the jump: