Microsoft finally let the world peep into its upcoming Origami Experience App, a new application that it is preparing for Vista enabled UMPCs and tablets. According to the info coming out the first hand users are pretty impressed with this new software. James Kendrick describes experience as responsive and speedy; with options like customization and slideshows this is going to be one hell of an experience. They tested it on Samsung 1GB RAM UMPC.
An Italian design firm V12 Design has showed off an innovative Canovo Dual-TouchScreen tablet/notebook. Where is the innovation? Well, the new concept laptop doesn’t have any keyboard; instead it has a touchscreen to do the work of a keyboard. Unfortunately, it’s a concept again and we don’;t know whether we will ever be witnessing a real one but still, the design is awe-inspiring.
If you care for a computer which has the power of a desktop yet portable enough to be carried around, try the tablet PC. Gateway recently released the 295 series 14 inch tablet PC. This tablet PC is mostly targeted for the education market. Amazingly, the company has packed in a whopping 1.8 Ghz Dual Core processor. The model is christened as E-295M by the University of South Dakota. Along with the heavy duty processor, the customer gets other goodies as well. Gateway has been pretty secretive about this bad boy. Everything has been very hush hush until it got spied on very recently. The company offers the following to the customers for a price tag of $1,699 USD: * 60 gigs of hard drive space with 5400 RPM: Personally, I think that this is a lot of storage power for a portable computer. * 14 inch screen: I think this feature is quite impressive for a tablet PC. * 2 gigs of DDR2 RAM. * modular DVD burner. Gateway also chips in a Firewire port along with the new tablet. Besides this, it will have the WiFi facility as well as the ethernet cable slot. For those who have been dealing with Gateway for a while, the 295 is just an extension of the E-155C. The tablet PC should be available from July onwards. Image Links: doctorsgadgets Source Link: Endgadget