A compendium of original and borrowed content regarding Tablet PCs and fun Technologies

Friday, January 18, 2008

Yes, TabletKiosk has its own Blog

Thanks for visiting the new TABLETKIOSK Blog. I put this site together to keep Tablet PC owners and fans updated with all of our latest product announcements as well as describe some of the cool ways our Tablet PCs and UMPCs are being used.

For example, did you know that the Department of Homeland Security, in conjunction with the
Maryland State Police and Johns Hopkins University is using the Sahara Slate PC as part of an ongoing mission to locate potential terrorist targets in the Baltimore / DC area. Click on this link to view the news coverage, courtesy of CBS-13 News, WJZ-TV in Baltimore.

If you continue to read these posts, and I hope you will... you'll notice that my entries will be written from a human interest standpoint, using the type of language that anyone, even my mother, can understand. I will be writing about how people are using tablets everyday in real life scenarios instead of describing processor speeds and feeds. These are the type of stories that I find most interesting about working in a high tech company and make me happy to go into work everyday.

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4 comments:

Joe Chiappetta said...

Glad to hear that you have a new blog. I have been watching the tablet pc industry (including your offerings) for five years now, waiting for the right product to be available to assist in my mobile webcomics production. Any chance of you releasing a 7" or 8" screen sized slate with an active digitizer for under $1,300 any time soon?

Rob said...

Great to see you blogging, TK!

Gail said...

Hi Joe,
Thanks for being the first post comment on this blog...

I can't give you a definitive answer about this now, but I can tell you we are seeing a great deal of interest in a 7" UMPC with active digitizer and it is under consideration.

Joe Chiappetta said...

I'm very glad to hear that. In fact, I am convinced that if you could produce that product and make it affordable, every art student and artist would buy one, and I would also imagine that teachers would even recommend such a product or make it required class material.