Archos 9 Hands On: The Windows 7 Netbook That Lost Its Keyboard

We're probably not going to see an Apple tablet tomorrow, but the Archos 9 could hold us over. The "netblet" (yea, my portmanteau of the words netbook and tablet) runs Windows 7, but I'm not sure I'd shell out $500. » 9/08/09 9:03pm 9/08/09 9:03pm

Axiotron Service Reincarnates Old Macbooks As Shiny New Modbook Tablets

If you're a tablet-lover like me, you've probably bemoaned the lack of Apple tablets at some point in time. Though Axiotron's Modbook looked pretty great, the nearly $2500 it costs put it way out of my price range. But the Gods of Technology must've heard my prayers, because Axiotron's now offering a sweet deal to » 10/29/08 1:30am 10/29/08 1:30am

Fujitsu Siemens ST6012 Tablet PC Quietly Hits, Looks the Biz

Last we heard from Fujitsu it was updating its iMac-alike » 9/30/08 5:05am 9/30/08 5:05am desktop PC, but the company has also just snuck out the ST6012 tablet PC very quietly. Running an Intel Core2 Duo beneath a 12.1-inch 1280 × 800-pixel touchscreen, the machine also packs 2GB of RAM, Intel GS45 integrated graphics, up to a 320GB HDD or optional…

Will N-Trig DuoSense Power the Apple Tablet?

N-Trig makes the DuoSense technology that powers the Dell Latitude XT's touch-sensitive and pen-enabled display. This is the only input device in the market that combines a pressure-sensitive pen with multitouch into a single surface, which allows for seamless iPhone-style finger interaction—perfect for broad, direct… » 12/14/07 10:19am 12/14/07 10:19am

Dell's New Latitude XT Tablet to Have Multi-Touch Technology

Just in case you missed it, at Oracle OpenWorld 2007, Dell demonstrated the multi-touch capability of their new Latitude XT tablet PC. Users will be able to use multiple fingers to draw lines or manage several images simultaneously. Kevin Kettler, Dell's chief technology officer, noted that "it's going to be a great… » 11/16/07 5:45pm 11/16/07 5:45pm

Kohjinsha SA1F00V: 7" tablet UMPC Adds Touchscreen, Still as Slow as…

Kohjinsha has added touch capabilities to the 7" 800 x 480 screen on its Japan-only SA1F00 UMPC tablet computer, letting you massage your way through Windows XP Home even when it's running as slow as Keanu Reeves putting frozen Heinz Ketchup on a bullet-time burger. » 4/23/07 4:39am 4/23/07 4:39am