A Windows Tablet offers a whole new dimension to sharing, staying connected, having fun or being productive, all with the convenience of a screen display that can be operated with the touch of your finger. A Windows Tablet comes in various sizes, from a 7″ mini up to a 12″ convertible PC tablet. They can be used for home or business and just about anywhere at anytime, in other words they are very convenient to use. They are available in different types and configurations. The following will give a brief description
Notebooks are similar to the traditional laptop and are sometimes considered the same. The main difference being the notebook is usually lighter and smaller but still giving you all the benefits of the laptop. The are just like a laptop due to the fact that they have a screen and keyboard attached by hinges and can be used for anything that a desktop is capable of. Notebooks offer lighter weight, portability and usually good battery life, thus supplying portability. Netbooks are usually much lighter and smaller than Notebooks but do not normally have the software and capabilities of a Notebook., but they do provide internet access and various other programs that are useful to the casual user.
We all still use writing with a pen as a basic function in our daily lives and it is much easier to write something down than to use a keyboard to do it. Being able to write on a digital notepad and then turn your own writing into a digital file that can be saved, printed, or emailed in a digital format is definitely a plus in keeping yourself organized. A digital notepad is lightweight, convenient and usually has extremely long battery life. They can be used by people such as students, real estate agents, doctors, lawyers, delivery drivers, writers, artists, sales people, dads and moms or anyone that wants to keep notes and then convert them to a digital file. Notepads may not as versatile and exciting as a Windows Tablet but they do have their use and can be relatively less costly than a Windows Tablet.
Slates are basically a writing tablet with a stylus pen but without a keyboard. Your handwriting is recognized by an active digitizer, touching an on-screen keyboard using your fingertips or the supplied stylus. An external keyboard can be used by either a USB port or wireless connection.
Slates usually incorporate small screens and have been popular in such as health care, education, hospitality and field work. Slates are known for their rugged specifications that ensure long life by resisting heat, humidity, and drop or vibration damage. This plus their focus on mobility and durability tend to make them ideal for many business applications.
ThinkPads are a line of computers originally designed, developed and sold by IBM but now produced by Lenovo . They are known for their boxy black design and are similar to a Laptop computer and have the keyboard attached to the screen. Lenovo purchased IBM’s personal computer business and acquired the ThinkPad brand in 2005.
Known for their reliability, quality, durability, and performance, ThinkPads are popular with large businesses and schools. The ThinkPad has also been used in space, and is the only laptop certified for use on the International Space Station.
A Windows tablet have just about everything available that all the above styles have too. Most Windows Tablets are currently running Windows 7. Of course their is a lot of buzz about Windows 8 becoming available supposedly by mid year 2012 but until then Windows 7 is available and working well. The future of Windows Tablets looks bright and promising with all sorts of different applications becoming available down the road. So get on board and experience a Windows Tablet and set yourself free!