Only thoughts I can add about my tablet experience are these:
Bottom line for me is that it meets my mobility needs so well that I
can put up with its deficiencies (main irritation is the pen interface).
- like Rob said earlier, you really need to know how you want to
- like Greg said, the resolution is not great
- if you move around all over campus talking to people and taking
notes on pads of paper then a tablet is great
- 2 pieces of software, MS OneNote and Mind Manager, really complete
the Tablet experience (for me anyway)
- have had the tablet 15 months and never used external keyboard or
screen (no docking), occasionally attach the CD/DvD drive
Larry Kost wrote:
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type="cite">For the Tablet PC folks. I have a faculty member who
might be interested
in a Tablet PC. I priced a couple and they still seem a bit pricey.
I'm looking for is recommendations based on your experience. For
and Desktops I prefer Dell. Can a Tablet PC be used with a docking
to allow the use of a regular monitor, mouse, keyboard? Any info on
it must have or things to look out for would be appreciated.