Ubuntu Coming to Nokia N800-Series Internet Tablets

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The Nokia N800 and N810 Internet Tablets are wonderful little devices, because they give you virtually the same online experience as a laptop but in a much smaller form factor. The operating system on these handhelds, however, is starting to get a little dated. We already know that Nokia isn’t going to make the leap […]

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Microsoft LucidTouch Tablet PC Is Semi-Transparent

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As cool as touchscreen displays may be, one of their biggest problems is that your hand (or stylus) will always obscure a portion of the display, making it difficult to be perfectly accurate while still being able to see everything. Microsoft is hard at work developing something that they call LucidTouch technology and what it […]

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Gigabyte M700 UMPC Runs Windows Vista Home Premium

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Despite what some people may lead you to believe, the Asus Eee PC isn’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to ultraportable computing. Over at CeBIT in Germany, Gigabyte has just unveiled their new M700 UMPC. Like so many other mini-tablets before it, the Gigabyte M700 UMPC gets outfitted with a seven-inch (touchscreen?) display, […]

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Five More E’s: Kojinsha E8 Mini-Notebook PC

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Clearly targeting a similar market as the hugely successful Asus Eee PC, the Kojinsha E8 mini-notebook actually has a few advantages over its Asus cousin. For starters, it’s the E8, giving it five more E’s than the Eee. Sorry, that was lame, but why else would Kojinsha so blatantly use the fifth letter of the […]

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Fujitsu LifeBook T2010 and U810 for Mobile Professionals

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Fujitsu has always demonstrated its knack for catering to business users and the additions to their family are no exception. The newly revealed Fujitsu LifeBook T2010 convertible Tablet PC and the Fujitsu LifeBook U810 mini-UMPC both “offer security and portability in feature-rich packages.” Starting with the LifeBook T2010, you get a bidirectional swivel hinge that […]

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Fujitsu Lifebook T Tablet PC: 32GB SSD, 11.3-hour battery, 33mm thick

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The world of computers is a numbers game. Some numbers you want to get as big as possible, like storage capacity. Other numbers you want to shrink down, like weight, to achieve the ultimate in portability. Fujitsu has seemingly done a great job addressing both with the LifeBook T, a Tablet PC that is said […]

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Panasonic ToughBook CF-08 Tablet PC Takes a Licking

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And keeps on ticking. That is, if it had an old school clock that ticked. Regardless, the ToughBook CF-08 easily holds up to its namesake, because Panasonic is claiming that it’ll survive falls as high as about 1 meter, the average height of a computer desk (or about where you’d be cradling it in your […]

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Video: TabletKiosk Sahara i215 Not Designed for Vista

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The TabletKiosk Sahara i215 tablet PC sports some of the best ergonomics available on the market with its rounded edges and Apple-like appearance, but the spec sheet comes up a little short by today’s standards. The processor is just a 1.5GHz Intel Pentium M number and it is designed to run on Windows XP. Other […]

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Video: Asus T83 UMPC on the CeBIT Floor

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Designed with an education application in mind, the Asus T83 UMPC will be available in two versions. One will be strictly Tablet PC style with a touchscreen interface, whereas the second, more expensive model will be “convertible.” This means that the seven-inch LCD can swivel for a laptop-like experience as well. The accent is a […]

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HP Pavilion tx1000 Entertainment Tablet Features “Twist and Touch”

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There are laptops for business users and then there are units like the newly announced HP Pavilion tx1000, an “entertainment” laptop that comes with Tablet PC functionality. In this way, the 12.1-inch wide-aspect display can flip up the way it does on a usual notebook, but you’ll also notice that it can “twist” to provide […]

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Hoft & Wessel skeye.pad XSL Tablet PC: almost UMPC-sized

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Look what we found rearing its head around the FCC offices this lovely Friday afternoon. German firm Hoft & Wessel has just got their skeye.pad XSL Tablet PC approved by the suits, and despite what your initial glance might tell you, it’s not a Skype-pad (yes, you’re not the only one who was fooled by […]

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ModBook converts MacBook to MacTablet

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The Mac Tablet has arrived, only it’s not from Apple. Axiotron is the provider of the ModBook, a Mac OS X-running tablet PC that sports a MacBook’s power and operating system and definitely improves on Windows-running tablets. They basically convert a MacBook to act as a tablet, but its not running on Windows. Among those […]

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Notebook-like tablet PC and PDA-PMP combo from Fujitsu

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Details are pretty skimpy at this point, but we do know that Fujitsu is aiming to grab your attention with two attractive new products coming off their assembly line: a tablet PC and a handy PMP cum PDA. The “Turn” Tablet PC takes on a conventional notebook form factor, but the huge magnetic display is […]

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Nokia 770 Internet tablet does Linux

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It’s an Internet tablet and it doesn’t do Windows? Where can I get one?! From Nokia comes the 770, a Linux-driven, Bluetooth-enabled tablet that can connect to the Net via a WLAN of the 802.11b or g variety. It’s certainly larger than than the largest smartphone, by a good bit, with a screen resolution of […]

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