OCRegister.com’s Tamara Chuang ( aka The Gadgetress )has written a review on Toshiba’s M400. Her experiences are pretty interesting: she says that inking her 26 digit WEP key made the experience less than desirable – I’d say so! I don’t know of too many people that ink their WEP key. Isn’t that what the on-screen keyboard is for or what the regular keyboard is for?
I think she totally missed the point of the tablet pc, something that Warner wrote about yesterday: the flexability of different input methods. Oh, and this quote really had me scratching my head:
This is still a niche product meant for specific uses: drawing, note taking, brain storming, business presentations where you can write notes on the screen.
When did note taking and brain storming become a niche use?