It's not often that you get a general manager at Microsoft to admit that he brings his computer to bed. But that's not the only way the Tablet PC has changed his life, in this video he explains how the form factor of the Tablet PC has enabled him to use
a computer in places and ways that he never…
Michael Tsang is the guy who writes the drivers for the Tablet PC's digitizer, so if there's one guy who really knows how it works, it's him.
By the way, if you are a developer interested in building software for the Tablet PC, you should check out the new
MSDN Tablet PC Developer Center.
Today's Tablet PCs get about three hours of battery life. We wondered when, or if, that'll improve. Burt Parker works with OEMs on just this issue and his answers are encouraging.
Do you see a way to improve battery life?
Susan Cameron, group product manager, for the Tablet PC group, shows off a yet-to-be-released PowerToy for the Tablet PC that converts all the fonts used on the desktop to your own handwriting -- she also shows off why the Tablet PC is better for people
who are left handed.
The PowerToy in…
Michael Tsang is a software design engineer on the Tablet PC team. What does that mean? He's the guy who wrote the driver software for the digitizer. He also wrote the software that handles what happens when you push on the buttons on the Tablet PC (like
the ones that make your page scroll up or…
One of the questions the Tablet PC team gets a lot is "is it really ready to use with only a pen?" Robert Williams is the executive in charge of working with OEM partners. He does a lot of market research, and gathers feedback from OEMs and customers and
knows just how hard it is to get…
Peter Loforte, general manager of the Tablet PC team, shows us what is cool about the upcoming Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005 software update (code-named "Lone Star.")
This is a free update and will automatically come with the upcoming Windows XP Service Pack 2.
Much more from the…