Tablet PC News – Tablet PC Review Site Launched,ACER TravelMate C300 versus Toshiba Port g M200,WILL All Wireless PDAs Have Biometric Scanners One Day?
Tablet PC Review Spot Website Launched ACER TravelMate C300 versus Toshiba Port g M200 WILL All Wireless PDAs Have Biometric Scanners One Day? Read full article
Tablet PC News – HP/Starbuck’s deal goes South|Language Support for Tablet PC|CeBIT Hannover 2004 begins this Thursday, March 18th
HP/Starbucks's joint venture: 'listen-while-you-sip' venture is unworkable Microsoft Announces Enhanced Language Support for Tablet PC CeBIT Hannover 2004 begins this Thursday, March 18th Read full article
Supported by a report from International Data Corporation (IDC), Fujitsu improved its year-on-year growth of U.S. portable shipments by 73 percent in the third quarter of 2003 and 35 percent[...] Read full article
Toshiba's Digital Products Division (DPD) today announced retail availability of the Portege(R) M205 tablet PC notebook with improved wireless connectivity using Wi-Fi (802.11g) and increased storage capacity offering a standard[...] Read full article
Tablet PC News – ViewSonic Trains Salespeople, Tablets and the Army, IT Execs Don’t Get Tablet, riteFrom 2.0 Released
ViewSonic is trying to train resellers, so they can sell the product line more effectively, including Tablets Tablets play a role in the Army's new SMARTRUCK III mobile command[...] Read full article
Welcome to BargainTabletPC.com! This week (our second week online)we have a lot of great news and reviews coming your way! We will be visiting FutureCom Global, manufacturer of[...] Read full article
Gartner is finding big dollars are being spent on Tablet PCs Tablet PCs helped Team Penske finish first and second at last weeks IRL race Read full article
Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2004 codenamed "Lonestar" is expected later this year. But how much will it set you back to upgrade? Read full article
Fujitsu Continues to Keep Their Pocket PC’s Out of the US, but their Tablet PC’s Continue to Evolve.
Fujitsu's popular PDA, the "LOOX" is still not available in the US. Fujitsu's extensive Tablet PC line however continues to evolve with both Slate and Convertible Tablet models. Read full article