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With the release of the Tega v2 and the HP Slate 500 many a Tableteer has been hoping, and some have been praying that the slate form factors will handle Digital Inking well on capacitive screens.
Well, you asked for it. Now you've got it. I know why they call Thomasin my better half. A number of GBM Readers asked to see and hear my wife's take on the Tega v2 Slate and here it is in all its unvarnished glory.
This is a tough review to write. First, Hugo Ortega, the man behind TegaTech and the Tega v2 is a friend and a Tablet/UMPC/Mobile promoter without equal, and I'd love for him to succeed with this new dual booting slate. Second, although I have always had my doubts, I...
Arrrrgh! So close but yet still not quite there yet. I really want to like MobileNoter. It's an iOS App (iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad) that lets you sync files with OneNote.
I really enjoyed last week's Evernote Trunk press conference. The company demonstrated how it and its partners would make the service even more useful and gave us a glimpse of the future of the note service.
It had to happen sooner rather than later. My lovely wife Thomasin got a chance to check out the iPad briefly when we were with my Mom at the hospital.
Obviously from the get go, the Apple iPad should in no way be confused with what many of us here on the pages of GBM think of as a Tablet PC.
The iPad has been called all sorts of things in its short one week life and to a certain degree I find that most of the descriptors are correct no matter which direction a particular commentator or reviewer is aiming from.
I visited Yazdani Studios in Los Angeles for a tour and to see how architects are using Tablet PCs. Yazdani Studios designs beautiful buildings around the world, including concert halls, court houses and offices.
I talked to Glen Burchers Freescale Semiconductors to talk about eReaders, slate devices and smartbooks. The company's investing big bucks in building reference designs to help OEMs bring small devices to market quickly.
It has been eagerly anticipated and now we can begin to take a look at the Asus Eee PC T91 Tablet PC. Thanks to the folks at Asus I got to check out a review unit and film this InkShow.
We're excited to announce that MobileDemand is the new sponsor of GBM's InkShows and Podcasts. Matt Miller, President of MobileDemand, has graciously agreed to support our coverage of Tablet PCs and mobile technology.
Ziv Gillat of Eye-Fi showed me the new Eye-Fi Pro yesterday. As Warner mentioned in a blog post yesterday, the Eye-Fi Pro is an SD card that can send JPG and RAW images directly to your computer via your home network or an ad-hoc network. In this InkShow, Ziv tells u...
I'm quite blessed to live in the beautiful state of Colorado, which also happens to be home to the Center for Severe Weather Research in Boulder, Colorado.
Over the past week or so, I have been taking a look at the HP tx2525 Entertainment PC. I shot some video of a few features on the new machine that I thought would be of interest to someone wanting to purchase on of these Entertainment PCs.
I have not been a huge fan of Netbooks, mostly due to the size of the keyboard, screen, and being worried about performance. Having a chance to review the HP Mini 1000 changed that for me, though. The HP Mini 1000 is a fantastic choice for those wanting something mor...