Motion Tablet PC's Spotted at TechEd 2006 in Boston (pics)

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  1. SimsHsia

    SimsHsia "I will do science to it" Senior Member

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    Yes, I was replying to your reply above the reply that I created (in other words, my post was a reply to your post) ;).
     
  2. everythingblogcast

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    Well True touch screen is when you can use either your fingers or anything you want, however the electromagnetic touchscreen you have to use the digitizer that most tablet pcs come with.
     
  3. Brian

    Brian Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    The Fujitsu P1500 and the new version of the Motion use the same sort of input. I think we're going to see much more of this going forward, possibly even as an option when you configure any Tablet PC. To perhaps clarify everything's post, this is the first slate to offer the touch panel input.
     
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    Re: the P1510 ~ Which is what I have been saying to Kurt all along.

    I rather like the idea of making it an option, although how it could be achieved is beyond my logic of electromagnetics.
    I suppose you could have a circuitry to remove or add an active digitizer, similar to reversing the poles on a magnet.
     
  5. everythingblogcast

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    I am was not saying that this is the first tablet pc that has touchscreen like all most all the PDA that you can get you hands on today. But as Brian said that it will be good so such as the M400 you can get it customized to be a true touchscreen.
     
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    As soon as you said 'customised', now I can see where you are coming from :)
     
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    Its the way I would say it and type it, its due to my dyslexia. LOL
     
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    No Problem Kurt.
    I always blame it on the PC anyway ..... [​IMG]
     
  9. {NOC}MONK

    {NOC}MONK Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Has anyone in her had any experiance with the true touch screens.

    I am wondering if they are as accurate as the tablets that are currently in the market. I have used several of the larger screen touch pads and they did not seem to have a very high "touch resolution".

    -MONK
     
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