News – Disabled Man “Reviews” Sahara Tablet PC, StealthSurfer II “ID Protect”, OQO 01+ Mini Review

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Disabled Man Reviews Sahara Tablet PC

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David N. Wallace is a quadriplegic who recently published an outstanding review like no other of a Sahara Tablet PC. On his blog “lifekludger”, David shares his experience in working with the Tablet PC in his own unique way. This is a read you should not miss!

Check it out and post a comment: Tablet PC – a Lifekludger view

StealthSurfer II “ID Protect” Flash Drive

Imagine keeping your privacy when using public computers, at work or pretty much anyplace you choose! The new StealthSurfer II PrivacyStick is a tiny pocketable flash drive that contains its own internet browser. The device is made to fit on your keychain and provided it works effectively, can help keep your private and sensitive information wher it belongs – to yourself!

More… OQO 01+ Mini Review

(view large image) has posted a review of the OQ 01+. “I opened up the large black box and found the OQO device sitting securely in the center foam cutout. I immediately flipped it over and over, checking out the hardware, and then turned it on. I pressed the FN and Wi-Fi buttons to turn on the wireless radio and was able to quickly connect to my home network. I used the stylus to tap on the display and started Internet Explorer to do a bit of surfing. I found the browsing experience to have some lag with the Transmeta processor compared to the performance of my Fujitsu Tablet PC…”






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