Tablet PC News – Microsoft / DNS “Natural” Input Free Trial, Wacom’s Penabled DualPad, Mi-Co User Days

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Microsoft/Dragon Naturally Speaking Natural Input Trial Available for Free Download

They call it “multimodal pen based correction interface technology” and it looks to be a must have for some Tablet PC users. Natural Input Solutions Inc. of Canada has released a Beta version of Natural Input for Windows XP Tablet PC Edition. There is a specific version to be used with Dragon Naturally Speaking as well. Offering a series of pen gestures to make pen input a snap, Natural Input looks to be a “must have” for users who prefer this method. Check out more and grab your limited trial copy here.

Wacom’s Penabled DualPad Debuts

Pen-Addicts Rejoice – Finally a TouchPad for You!

“Wacom Co., Ltd. announced the development of the world’s first sensor integration technology and its practical application in the “Penabled DualPad”. Incorporation of the new technology into mobile information devices such as notebook computers allows the user to perform cursor operation and input functions using the Company’s electronic pen or their finger. The technology will make its debut installed in Fujitsu’s “FMV-BIBLIO NB Series” notebook computers as “Flat Point Digitizer”, scheduled for introduction to the market in April 2006.” Read More

Mi-Co User Days ’06 Approaching

Do you use digital forms on your Tablet PC. Seen your doctor jotting down notes on his or her Tablet PC? How about the police writing up a digital ticket? Chances are the technology you see has been developed in part by the experts at Mi-Co in North Carolina.

Mi-Co who is the leader in mobile data capture and digital ink technologies will be hosting its annual user days event this month. Many big players like lenovo and Logitech are sponsoring this year’s even. To read up or even make your way to Mi-Co’s User Day’s 2006, check out their website.





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