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History of tablet computers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

7/13/2014
01:36 | Author: Evan Martin

First touch screen tablet
History of tablet computers - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The first patent for a system that recognized handwritten characters by analyzing . In 1999 In announced a StrongARM based touch screen tablet computer.

The devices were manufactured by several manufacturers, based on a mix of: x86, MIPS, ARM, and SuperH hardware. In April 2000 Microsoft launched the Pocket PC 2000, utilising their touch capable Windows CE 3.0 operating system.

The tablet computer and the associated special operating software is an example of pen computing technology, and thus the development of tablets has deep historical roots. The first publicly demonstrated system using a tablet and handwriting text recognition instead of a keyboard for working with a modern digital computer dates to 1956.

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Microsoft Tablet PC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

5/12/2014
03:32 | Author: Evan Martin

First touch screen tablet
Microsoft Tablet PC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In 2002, original equipment manufacturers released the first tablet PCs designed Typical booklet PCs are equipped with multi-touch screens and pen writing.

Many tablet manufacturers are moving to the ARM architecture with lighter operating systems, Microsoft followed suit in 2012 with Surface and Windows RT. Though Microsoft has Windows RT for ARM support it has kept its target market for the smartphone industry with Windows Phone 8. Some manufacturers, however, still have shown prototypes of Windows CE-based tablets running a custom shell.

Windows Vista also significantly improved handwriting recognition functionality with the introduction of a handwriting recognition personalization tool as well as an automatic handwriting learning tool.

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Microsoft released its first tablet 10 years ago. So why did Apple win

3/11/2014
05:48 | Author: Caitlin White

First touch screen tablet
Microsoft released its first tablet 10 years ago. So why did Apple win

Ten years ago Microsoft released its Tablet PC, with Bill Gate saying "within five years I predict it will be the most popular form of PC sold in.

All that ls you all you need to know about why the Tablet PC died. Windows XP was a great desktop operating system, but it was bloated overkill for a tablet. Rather than envision what people would really want to do with a tablet and then design the hardware for that, Microsoft instead force-fit Windows XP onto it.

Preston Gralla — Contributing editor.

Here's how a Microsoft press release described the Tablet PC:

Windows Phone 7 jailbreak app shows that Microsoft, not Apple, is the friend of openness.

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Lexibook Android 4.0 First Touchscreen Tablet - Montgomery Ward

11/20/2014
03:16 | Author: Devin Garcia

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Lexibook Android 4.0 First Touchscreen Tablet - Montgomery Ward

Wow All the applications and benefits of a full-grown touchscreen tablet, designed especially for kids It comes with built-in Wifi so your budding technology.

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Elsse (TM) 7-Inch Android Internet Touchscreen Tablet with Built in

9/19/2014
01:40 | Author: Caitlin White

First touch screen tablet
Elsse (TM) 7-Inch Android Internet Touchscreen Tablet with Built in

This review is from: Elsse (TM) 7-Inch Android Internet Touchscreen Tablet with Built in GPS, WIFI and much more- Black (Personal Computers). First of all it has.

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