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I've now spent about two weeks full time with the multi-touch Fujitsu T900. I have been interested to see how capacitive touch works with Windows on a daily basis since there has been a lot of suggestion in the IT media (including this website) that Windows is not desig...
Xavier mentioned in my intro that I am lucky enough to have access to all kinds of Tablet PCs on a daily basis. And I do enjoy getting to try out so many different Tablets.
Bluebeam PDF Revu, an advanced PDF editing and creation tool that really leverages pen input from Tablet PCs, is updated to version 8 and offers a laundry list of new features. Pin files and folders in Revu, preview PDFs and open files with one click SharePoint &a...
This month's edition of Bluebeam Insider, the official newsletter of Bluebeam Software, is loaded with Tablet PC love. At the top of their list is a Q&A with two real world users of Revu, their PDF creation and editing tool, on their Tablet PCs.
The great thing about Tablet PCs is the flexibility it offers in getting work done. From managing to-do lists, signing PDFs, or tracking projects, a Tablet PC plus the right software solution, can bring immediate benefits to any business. Checkout this case study fro...
Hot off the press is news that Bluebeam has released version 7 of their popular PDF Revu, which is available today for $149: With over 20 additional features and improvements for PDF creation, markup and editing, this is truly our best release ever.
It has been a while since we've done an InkShow on Bluebeam's PDF Revu, but with their recent release of version 6.2, we thought it was a perfect time to do a refresh and take a look at what has changed from version 5 to 6.
I'm working on an InkShow to highlight some of the new features of Bluebeam PDF Revu 6.0, so I found these latest tips from Bluebeam Insider to be quite beneficial.
Bluebeam has just released version 6.2 of their popular PDF annotating tool, Bluebeam PDF Revu. This new version brings some enhanced Tablet PC features as requested by Tablet PC users.
The popular Bluebeam PDF Revu will be getting upgraded to version 6.0 this February. No word on what feature upgrades are coming.
I just received some good news from the folks at Bluebeam. They have been nominated for the 2008 Most Innovative Product award by the World of Concrete trade show.
Many of our readers use Tablet PCs for forms automation, annotating PDFs, etc. Those areas are where businesses really begin to see Tablet PC technology pay for itself.
All good things must come to an end, and the Bluebeam PDF Revu GBM Reader special is no different. If you've been holding off on taking advantage of Bluebeam's $50 off special, time is quickly running out: it expires November 30th.
Response to Bluebeam's $50 discount on PDF Revu has been great. GBM Reader Poppino wanted in on the special pricing, too, but unfortunately found a roadblock since he was an international customer and couldn't get that discount.
If you use a Tablet PC, chances are you need to annotate PDFs. Based on feedback from within our forums , users really like the powerful capabilities of Bluebeam PDF Revu.
Bluebeam Software, the makers of the PDF annotating software Bluebeam PDF Revu, has published a good introduction article on going mobile, picking the right tablet pc, etc.
My favorite PDF software for my Tablet PC (or any PC for that matter), BlueBeam PDF Revue has just released version 5.5 which includes, among other improvments, PDF Text editing that allows you to add, delete, or replace existing text in a PDF.