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September 7, 2005

Betas and More Betas!

Posted by David Hunter at 6:58 AM ET.

Ian LeGrow posts that the Tablet Input Panel for Vista Beta 1 is now available on MSDN and Robert McLaws speculates on the contents of the 10 GB of “goods” that PDC attendees will receive.

Filed under Hardware, OS - Client, Office, Office 2007, SQL Server, Servers, Tablet PC, Technologies, Tools, VS 2005, WinFS, WinFX, Windows Vista

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August 30, 2005

Tablet PC Forecasts Cut

Posted by David Hunter at 10:20 AM ET.

John G. Spooner and Mary Jo Foley report that some analysts are cutting their forecasts for Tablet PC shipments. Basically, they have given up hope that Tablet PCs will break into the mainstream and they are relegating them to a niche market.

One can argue at length why Tablets aren’t catching on, but Nathan Weinberg points out something that’s got to be a problem:

I’ve been itching to try out a Tablet for a while, and might have thought to buy one when I bought my new laptop weeks ago, but I’ve never had a chance to try one out. See, no matter which store I went to, their Tablet unit was broken and missing the stylus.

James Kendrick points out another problem in Open letter to Microsoft- re: Tablet PC recovery problems, although it isn’t unique to Tablets.

Update: David Coursey has some thoughts on the forecasts.

Filed under Hardware, OS - Client, Tablet PC, XP Tablet PC

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