The Reality and the Promise of Tablet PCs

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The Reality and the Promise of
Tablet PCs

June Liebert

CIO and Lecturer

The University of Texas School of Law


The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

What is a Tablet PC?


Portable computing device


Looks like a detached flat panel monitor


MS Windows XP Tablet PC version


Ultra
-
low power microprocessors


Recognizes handwriting


Pen input device

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Two Styles




Slate




Convertible

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

The Basics


Price: $1500
-
$2500


Size: 10
-
12 in. screens


Weight: 3
-
5 pounds


Battery life: 3
-
8 hours


Processors: up to 1.4 GHz


Add
-
ons and ports same as laptop


The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Vendors

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Motion Tablet M1400


http://www.motioncomputing.com


$2,500 w/ almost everything


Intel Pentium M ULV Mobile Processor 1.1 GHz


802.11 b/g integrated wireless


Biometric
-
based fingerprint reader


Voice input and recording


Ambient light sensor adjusts screen brightness


Integrated Bluetooth


USB, Firewire, Ethernet, VGA, Parallel printer,
microphone, headphone, PC Card, 56.6K modem


Warranty


1 year + 2 year extended


Insurance available


damage, theft

Motion Accessories

3 USB ports, IEEE 1394, a VGA, RJ45
Ethernet, Audio Out, and Microphone port

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Features


Handwriting recognition


Languages: U.K. English, U.S. English, French, German,
Spanish (International Sort), Japanese, Korean,
Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese


Voice recognition


Languages: English, Japanese, Simplified Chinese,
Traditional Chinese


Biometric sensor


Built
-
in microphone

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Tablet
-
Enabled Software


MindJet’s Mindmanager


Microsoft’s OneNote


FranklinCovey TabletPlanner


Microsoft Reader for Tablet PC


Microsoft Office 2003


Windows Journal and Sticky Notes


Alias Sketchbook Pro


xThink Calculator

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Educational Uses


Faculty


Presentation system w/digital ink


Organize notes


Grading with digital, handwritten notes


Students


eBooks w/ handwritten notes


Take and organize organize notes

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Organize Notes


MindManager X5


http://www.mindjet.com/


http://www1.law.ucla.edu/~kang/gigs/Field%20lecture/m
ap.htm


OneNote


http://office.microsoft.com



FranklinCovey Tablet Planner


http://www.franklincovey.com/tabletplanner/


Agilix GoBinder integrated with Blackboard

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Student
Note
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Taking
Using
TabletPCs
and
Microsoft
Journal

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Univ. of Wash. Classroom Presenter


Classroom Presenter


distributed presentation system


synchronized versions of the presentation shared across
multiple machines


Tablet PC = high quality ink


http://www.cs.washington.edu/education/dl/presenter/


http://www.cs.washington.edu/homes/rea/Presenter_h
owto.htm

The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Capture and Annotate Anything


Start with any file


Capture screens, portion of screens, etc. with
Microsoft Snip


Photos


Word processing documents


PowerPoint presentations


Annotate w/ ink


Record and store in Journal


The University of Texas at Austin

6/17/2004

June Liebert

Why a Tablet?

Flexibility!!


Think of it as a laptop with an additional pen
input device