Tablet PCs are the perfect way to experience the web, video content, photos, email or just read a good book giving you for the first time a whole world of content in your hands. Tablet PCs make the dream of the fully portable PC a reality, with long battery life and their compact design they are perfect for using on a commute, note taking at school or just catching up on the happenings of the world over a morning coffee. When coupled with a 3G connection they are the ultimate portable companion for both home and business use.
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What is a tablet PC? A tablet PC is a multi-functional portable device of compact dimensions equipped with a touchscreen as its primary input device. What size is a tablet PC? Most of the tablet PC makers have adopted a standard size of 12” widescreen with a resolution of around 1280x800 pixels. The 12” form factor is optimal for higher powered devices due to the power, size and eight considerations required to ensure portability. For consumer products such as the popular Apple iPad and Android devices the general size is between 10” and 7”. The first generation Apple iPad is equipped with a 10” touchscreen. What operating systems are available? At the time of writing there are four major operating systems to be found in the tablet market: Microsoft Windows: Windows 7 introduced a great leap forward in touch screen input support to the Windows operating system family. Tablets running Windows get added functionality over a desktop machine including the ability to use the touchscreen for mouse input, hand writing recognition and gesture support. There is a touch experience...
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