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ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Tablet Notebook Combo Demo’ed at CES

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http://www.netbooknews.com The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer is essentially a netbook with a detachable screen. It has a 10.1″ IPS touch-screen sports a Android 3…


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Apple Newton Tablet prototype codename, “Bic”

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Apple Newton Tablet prototype codename, “Bic”
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This came from someone who managed the mobile computing development group at Coke (as in Coca Cola) who reported that they did a lot of work with Apple. He said it was not built specifically for Coke and there were never any firm plans with it.

"Apple was more or less searching for a reason to build the tablet and never did find a market. I have no idea how many exist. I only know of one other and it is in a computer museum in California."

Based on the partial sticker on this as well as the sticker on the prototype stylus, it appears to be serial number 36.

Unfortunately, it came without a power supply and I’ve never been able to power it up (it’s a weird port size and shape – unlike other Newtons).

The following comes from Studio Taktika (http://www.taktika.com/StudioTaktika/portfolio/newton_web/newton_3.htm ):

Newton handheld, based on a letter-size footprint, featuring 2 pcmcia cards, retractable I/O door, removable battery pack, push-push stylus, IR, microphone and speaker.

From www.a-in-a-circle.com/newton/bic.html :

Ok. The team started from scratch again and designed a new device still following the old ideas. It was codenamed "Bic". Meanwhile the market developed a new and better touchsensitive screen which weren’t that precise and bright but much, much cheaper. They also thought that a second PCMCIA slot would be a good idea, because one was supposed to be used by a modem…. and where should the RAM card go?

Apple Newton Tablet prototype in custom/branded Newton leather case
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Image by jimabeles
This came from someone who managed the mobile computing development group at Coke (as in Coca Cola) who reported that they did a lot of work with Apple. He said it was not built specifically for Coke and there were never any firm plans with it.

"Apple was more or less searching for a reason to build the tablet and never did find a market. I have no idea how many exist. I only know of one other and it is in a computer museum in California."

Based on the partial sticker on this as well as the sticker on the prototype stylus, it appears to be serial number 36.

Unfortunately, it came without a power supply and I’ve never been able to power it up (it’s a weird port size and shape – unlike other Newtons).

The following comes from Studio Taktika (http://www.taktika.com/StudioTaktika/portfolio/newton_web/newton_3.htm ):

Newton handheld, based on a letter-size footprint, featuring 2 pcmcia cards, retractable I/O door, removable battery pack, push-push stylus, IR, microphone and speaker.

From www.a-in-a-circle.com/newton/bic.html :

Ok. The team started from scratch again and designed a new device still following the old ideas. It was codenamed "Bic". Meanwhile the market developed a new and better touchsensitive screen which weren’t that precise and bright but much, much cheaper. They also thought that a second PCMCIA slot would be a good idea, because one was supposed to be used by a modem…. and where should the RAM card go?


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Kworld Kanvus Note A4 Unboxing – Digital/Graphics Tablet + Wireless Notepad For Digitalizing Notes

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I basically unbox the tablet that I bought. so far I am really impressed with this product! It’s a nice big size (almost as big as my 17″ widscreen monitor)…and it works without any hic-ups My first art piece with the tablet: www.vvcomphelpvv.info Check it out for yourself: www.tigerdirect.com “Scribble notes, transfer via USB cable and save in your hard-drive, Kanvus Note A4 with Digital Organizer, supporting both portrait and landscape paper orientation, is your best companion to obtain both hardcopy and softcopy for your notes. Save, edit and share, Kanvus Note A4 with MyScript Notes Full Version support handwriting recognition in 17 languages, transfer your writing into editing-enabled formats. Specifications: * Technology: Electromagnetic Digitizer * Writing Area: A4 size:210 x 297mm, Letter size 215.9 x 279.4 mm * Dimension (LxWxH): 332 x 249 x 16mm * Weight (Without Batteries): 545g * Weight (Including Batteries): 592g * Weight (Including Batteries & Notepad): 767g * Resolution: 2000 LPI * Report Rate: 200RPS * Pressure Sensitivity: 1024 Level * Paper Pad Thickness: Max 5~7mm / about 60 sheets * Built-in Memory: 32 MB NAND flash * Power Source: Alkaline Battery AAA 1.5V (Supplied from USB port when connecting to PC) * Battery Life: 100 hours * Input Current: 3V / 20mA ± 5mA * Power Consumption: 60mW ± 15mW * Function Keys: Power, New/Enter, Up, Down, Delete/ESC * Interface: USB 1.1 * File Format: DNT * Proprietary File formats: JPG;BMP;PDF:NOTES Features


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Razer Edge gaming tablet review/ hands on video HD

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Subscribe to the channel The PC ecosystem is no longer as simple as it once was — first there were desktops, then laptops, then tablets, then all-in-ones. Buying a PC now is more nebulous than it ever was. You could build your very own rig, piece-by-piece, or you could buy one of the many, many pre-fab options out there (or some mixture of the two, of course). And then there’s even more outside-of-the-box options, like Razer’s recently re-introduced Edge (aka “Project Fiona”), which occupies a space all its own. Part laptop, part tablet, part home console, and part portable console, the Razer Edge is the fruition of Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan’s dream to create a “true” portable PC gaming machine. And weighing in at just two pounds, the Edge is dramatically lighter than Razer’s other portable gaming machine, the Blade (which clocks in at a whopping 6.6 lbs.), making it the company’s first actually portable game console. Keeping those Blade comparisons rolling, the base level Edge at 9 features a slight step down from the Blade’s Core i7 Ivy Bridge processor to a 1.7GHz Intel’s Core i5 (the Edge Pro at 99 boosts that CPU to a 1.9GHz Ivy Bridge i7, more closely matching the far costlier Blade). Thankfully, the Edge’s GPU is not only discreet, but also powerful and (thankfully) not fragmented between the two models: an NVIDIA GT640M LE powers the graphics on both, while 4GB or 8GB (respectively) of DDR3 RAM keeps it all running smoothly. The base model Edge holds 64GB of
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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Lenovo ThinkPad X230t: Laptop Performance With Tablet Mobility

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The Lenovo ThinkPad X Series X230 Tablet marries the extreme portability of a tablet with the trusted performance of a ThinkPad laptop providing agents in the field a reliable mobility solution. With it’s RapidBoost technology and over 24 hours of battery life, you can boot up in 40% less time and work longer. Mil-spec tested, the Lenovo ThinkPad X230 Tablet is perfect for those in the field and in the office.


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HP TouchSmart Tm2 Multi-Touch Tablet PC with Windows 7 – Australian Review

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The HP TouchSmart Tm2 is a huge leap in performance, finish and quality for the long running TouchSmart multi-touch Tablet PC series. The TouchSmart Tm2 now boasts a sleek new design and features a Wacom Active Digitizer pen and Multi-Touch Screen, dedicated ATI graphics, Intel Core 2 Duo processor and a 4 – 5 hour standard battery life. Tablet PCs like the Tm2 are much more than just consumption devices. The active digitizer pen allows you to enter data in your own handwriting at up to 40 wpm, take notes on digital paper and sketch and draw with pressure sensitivity. Coupled with Microsoft Office, you can draw on word documents, emails and powerpoint presentations. You can also read e-Books, web pages and pdf documents using the multi-touch functionality of Windows 7. As a Tablet PC the Tm2 functions extremely well and we recommend that it should be highly considered for students and home users. It can easily replace your current laptop or desktop.


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disassembly of tx1000 tx2000 tx2 tablet pc

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These are the step by step instructions on how to disassemble the tx1000 or tx2000 or tx2, to remove the motherboard. The service manual can be downloaded by clicking the link below:docs.google.com You may get a replacement laptop from HP settled by the class action lawsuit if you own a tx1000 by clicking here: www.nvidiasettlement.com


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Apple Newton Tablet prototype modem, I/O & speaker port door cover

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Apple Newton Tablet prototype modem, I/O & speaker port door cover
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This came from someone who managed the mobile computing development group at Coke (as in Coca Cola) who reported that they did a lot of work with Apple. He said it was not built specifically for Coke and there were never any firm plans with it.

"Apple was more or less searching for a reason to build the tablet and never did find a market. I have no idea how many exist. I only know of one other and it is in a computer museum in California."

Based on the partial sticker on this as well as the sticker on the prototype stylus, it appears to be serial number 36.

Unfortunately, it came without a power supply and I’ve never been able to power it up (it’s a weird port size and shape – unlike other Newtons).

The following comes from Studio Taktika (http://www.taktika.com/StudioTaktika/portfolio/newton_web/newton_3.htm ):

Newton handheld, based on a letter-size footprint, featuring 2 pcmcia cards, retractable I/O door, removable battery pack, push-push stylus, IR, microphone and speaker.

From www.a-in-a-circle.com/newton/bic.html :

Ok. The team started from scratch again and designed a new device still following the old ideas. It was codenamed "Bic". Meanwhile the market developed a new and better touchsensitive screen which weren’t that precise and bright but much, much cheaper. They also thought that a second PCMCIA slot would be a good idea, because one was supposed to be used by a modem…. and where should the RAM card go?

Apple Newton Tablet prototype attached to the custom/branded Newton leather case
Computer Battery

Image by jimabeles
This came from someone who managed the mobile computing development group at Coke (as in Coca Cola) who reported that they did a lot of work with Apple. He said it was not built specifically for Coke and there were never any firm plans with it.

"Apple was more or less searching for a reason to build the tablet and never did find a market. I have no idea how many exist. I only know of one other and it is in a computer museum in California."

Based on the partial sticker on this as well as the sticker on the prototype stylus, it appears to be serial number 36.

Unfortunately, it came without a power supply and I’ve never been able to power it up (it’s a weird port size and shape – unlike other Newtons).

The following comes from Studio Taktika (http://www.taktika.com/StudioTaktika/portfolio/newton_web/newton_3.htm ):

Newton handheld, based on a letter-size footprint, featuring 2 pcmcia cards, retractable I/O door, removable battery pack, push-push stylus, IR, microphone and speaker.

From www.a-in-a-circle.com/newton/bic.html :

Ok. The team started from scratch again and designed a new device still following the old ideas. It was codenamed "Bic". Meanwhile the market developed a new and better touchsensitive screen which weren’t that precise and bright but much, much cheaper. They also thought that a second PCMCIA slot would be a good idea, because one was supposed to be used by a modem…. and where should the RAM card go?

Apple Newton Tablet prototype stylus
Computer Battery

Image by jimabeles
This came from someone who managed the mobile computing development group at Coke (as in Coca Cola) who reported that they did a lot of work with Apple. He said it was not built specifically for Coke and there were never any firm plans with it.

"Apple was more or less searching for a reason to build the tablet and never did find a market. I have no idea how many exist. I only know of one other and it is in a computer museum in California."

Based on the partial sticker on this as well as the sticker on the prototype stylus, it appears to be serial number 36.

Unfortunately, it came without a power supply and I’ve never been able to power it up (it’s a weird port size and shape – unlike other Newtons).

The following comes from Studio Taktika (http://www.taktika.com/StudioTaktika/portfolio/newton_web/newton_3.htm ):

Newton handheld, based on a letter-size footprint, featuring 2 pcmcia cards, retractable I/O door, removable battery pack, push-push stylus, IR, microphone and speaker.

From www.a-in-a-circle.com/newton/bic.html :

Ok. The team started from scratch again and designed a new device still following the old ideas. It was codenamed "Bic". Meanwhile the market developed a new and better touchsensitive screen which weren’t that precise and bright but much, much cheaper. They also thought that a second PCMCIA slot would be a good idea, because one was supposed to be used by a modem…. and where should the RAM card go?


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Multitouch Demo – HP Touchsmart TX2 Tablet – Windows 7

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Multitouch Demo - HP Touchsmart TX2 Tablet - Windows 7

Demonstration of multi-touch capabilities of Windows 7 on a Tablet Touchsmart TX2. —- This Tablet Have: Multitask, Flash, HD Videos, Multitouch, Webcam, Lightscribe, Built-in Remotecontrol, 8-cell removible battery, image rotatable in 4 directions, iTunes. iTunes on this tablet: www.youtube.com — Tablet Specs — CPU: 2.2Ghz (AMD TurionX2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile ZM-82) RAM: 4GB DDR2 GPU: ATI Radeon HD3200 (320MB Dedicated Memory) Display: 12.1″ Led LCD Touchscreen: Multitouch N-Trig Digitalizer Capacitive zero-pressure. Digitalizer: N-Trig Active Pen, with 256 levels of pressure, and side button (battery free). Webcam: 1.3MP 30fps Sound: 2 Microphones, 2 Speakers Altec Lansing (SRS Premium Sound), 2 Headphones outputs, 1 microphone input, Optical Digital Output. Biometric Fingerprint Reader Card Reader: SD,MS-Pro,MMC,XD Connectivity: Gigabit Ethernet, WiFi ABGN, Bluetooth, Dialup Modem. —- I’m not the owner of this song. Track name: “Basshunter – I’m your Basscreator” Sound Track Copyright belonging to ‘Warner Music Group’ and ‘Hard2Beat.’


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Unboxing Android Tablet Review – MID M9000 9″ Touch Screen from www.ahappydroid.com

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I just got this Tablet Computer from ahappydroid.com
Video Rating: 0 / 5


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