Bert Keely is one of the visionaries behind the Tablet PC. Over the next week or so you'll get to hear more from Bert and see his passion for the Tablet PC.
One of the more interesting things he showed us, though, is when he demonstrated the Tablet PC combined with mapping software. Watch as Bert…
We ran into Bert Keely, one of the visionaries behind the Tablet PC (he's an architect on the Tablet PC team), recently at dinner and he started showing us how he had souped up his Tablet PC.
"Wait, stop, let us film this," we said. And here's the resulting video.
He's the fastest…
Tetsuo Seto, Tablet PC team's East Asian program manager, demonstrates the new Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005's ability to recognize handwriting done in multiple languages.We've also filmed this demo with
Tetsuo talking in his native Japanese tongue.For those who don't know, if you are a…
Robert Williams is an executive with the Tablet PC team and he talks about how the Tablet PC team works to come up with new features.
This team is representative of many that work at Microsoft. Developers, User Experience experts, Architects, and Evangelists all work together to bring out…
Peter Loforte, general manager of the Tablet PC group, discusses what technically is happening when you put your pen on the digitizer, and what API's are available for developers to use.
Discussion of the Tablet PC SDK.
Any developers here who are trying to use the Tablet PC? How can we help?
David Winkler is the developer who built much of the new user interface for Windows XP Tablet PC Edition 2005.
He's a bit shy, as you can see, but we think it's important to get you to know him cause his work simply rocks.
If you use a Tablet PC, you're using David's code. So, we wondered,…
Michael Tsang writes the drivers that run the Tablet PC, so we were wondering what kinds of skills someone would need to write drivers.
Any other driver writers hang out here? How do you see your jobs being different from others? What kinds of things are you worrying about?