tablets

  • Jensen debuts XP-running Internet tablet thing

    Jensen debuts XP-running Internet tablet thing

    We like it when companies introduce products that just might start up a whole new market, like this Anyware (geddit!?) PC from Audiovox/Jensen. It’s a tablet-like thing that runs Windows XP, has a 30GB HD, GPS, touchscreen, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and much other goodness. It’s basically a detachable car PC. Think of it in the category of devices like Nokia’s N810, but a little… Read More

  • Wacom's Bamboo: Graphics Tablet for the Masses

    Wacom's Bamboo: Graphics Tablet for the Masses

    Wacom impressed us at NAB with a preview of its new Bamboo mini-graphics pad, and that Bamboo will ship later this month at only $140. For those who might not be familiar with the concept, Wacom’s pads plug into your PC or Mac’s USB port and act as a graphical input device: You draw with a special stylus, and the pad-aware software on your computer (Illustrator, for example) responds. Read More

  • Axiotron Modbook at Macworld

    Macworld has got a video review of the Axiotron Modbook. If you’re not familiar with the Modbook, it’s a Macbook modded into tablet form. It still has all the standard Macbook features except now it also has a touchscreen display for drawing and whatever else you decide to do with it. I dunno why anyone would really need one of these things, but if you absolutely must have one… Read More

  • Adesso CyberTablet M17

    Adesso CyberTablet M17

    Adesso has launched a new 17-inch monitor that doubles as a tablet for PC and Mac. The M17 essentially serves as a monitor and a PC tablet for pen-based applications and annotations. Adesso is billing this as a solution for the “paperless office.” It comes with a full productivity suite and carries an MSRP of $1699. Adesso CyberTabletM17 17″ LCD Graphic Tablet Monitor Read More