May 2004 Tablet Articles

Listed below are all of our news and reviews articles for May 2004. If you are looking for an article on a particular day or on a particular topic, you can use the menu on the right to narrow your search

Tablet Articles for May of 2004

Below are the 12 Tablet articles for May of 2004

Microsoft Tablet PC Demo in Chandler, AZ a “No Show”

We recently featured a story about Microsoft's national effort to show off it's Tablet PC technology with its "Tablet PC Demo Days". We checked out the schedule on the[...]

Evolution Software Releases “Digital Ink” Integrated Software

With the Tablet PC platform being relatively new, this early period is a rennaissance of truly innovative software development. Just as in the early years of the Palm OS[...]

All New TabletPCPost.com Software Download Site!

Calling all Version Tracker, Tucows, ZDNet download fans; if you have a Tablet PC (or want to check out software just for one), there is a new site for you[...]

New “Dothan” Chip Fuels Gateway’s M275 Tablet PC

The long-awaited second generation of Intel's successful "M" processor has finally been made available for computer manufacturers to incorporate into their Tablet PC's and "highly-mobile" notebook product lines. The[...]

Tablet PC’s to Vanish? I call Bullsh… I mean Baloney

How confusing. You pick up practically any current computer magazine or even a copy of Time and along the edge of the pages you will surely run accross[...]

Will Windows CE Based Tablets be the Future?

In the news lately, we have observed conflicting reports and opinions as to the fate of Tablet PC support in the future of the Windows XP Operating System. At[...]

Review w/ Photos – Fujitsu Stylistic ST4121 Tablet PC

Shortly after unpacking the Fujitsu ST4121, I was immediately able to use it. The interactive tutorials helped me through the relatively short learning curve from desktop and laptop PCs to[...]

Microsoft Launches Tablet PC Pilot at the University of Virginia

With all this recent talk of a possible "vanished" future of the Tablet PC, it is interesting to see that Microsoft is still launching projects. At the University of[...]

Windows XP: Vintage 2001 – C’mon Bill Get with the Program!

With the rising needs for security, reliability and funtionality in today's "digital age", one would think that the worldwide leader (yeah that company in Redmond), would get their groove on.[...]

First Sub-$1,000 “Full Blown” Tablet PC from Averatec!

Now this is some of the best Tablet PC news I have heard in months! It is my opinion that the #1 reason that the Tablet PC has not[...]

Kill Bill Volume 3 – Rob Enderle on the Monopolistic Microsoft

Rob Enderle's commentary on "Tablet PC is Dead" and other takes on Microsoft's positioning in the PC market...

Tablet PC News Headlines – Memorial Day 2004

Reports of Tablet PC's Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated Tablets, take two OneNote Showcases Tablet PC's Tighter Integration With Office