Overview of Tablet PC Features in Vista

Fujitsu LifeBook T8240If you are thinking about picking up a newer Tablet PC or one of the laptop convertibles – laptops that can convert between laptop and Tablet PC formats, such as the ThinkPad X61 Tablet, Fujitsu LifeBook T8240 or Dell’s Latitude XT when it rolls out), you may want to view this video on YouTube. It’s from Paul Hoover and is a five and a half minute rundown of Tablet PC-specific features in Windows Vista.

The “panning” feature in Windows and Internet Explorer was very interesting, and one of the first things I noticed that really set it apart from previous Microsoft Tablet PC offerings – it’s a more “natural” way of navigating pages with a pen/stylus.

Antimatter in the GottaBeMobile.com forums came across this nice overview of Tablet PC Features in Microsoft Windows Vista (now that there isn’t really a seperate Tablet PC edition, unlike the Tablet PC edition of Microsoft Windows XP, the Tablet PC features can get lost in the shuffle).

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