All of that and not a single mention of Apple's Inkwell? Certainly was/is an indication that Apple has long supported the notion of tablet computing even if it was only supported by third parties for the Mac.
Originally Posted by AppleInsider
One user commenting on the results wrote, "accuracy does matter, as anyone who has used a Droid vs an iPhone can tell you. It is much easier to accurately touch small HTML links on the...
Originally Posted by 11thIndian
As the power and performance on this form factor matures, the question of whether a tablet is better or worse for full editing/sound/whatever duties will sort itself out.
I started editing with...
Originally Posted by mzaslove
I could also see it helping me in a multiple person "group" situation. Say we're looking at dailies on a large screen being driven by a MP. Everyone in the room with a slate...
However, this being Apple, I'm relatively certain that whatever gesture vocabulary they've dreamed up will feel very natural and obvious, once you've used it. Which is why I'm also pretty certain the "three finger...
Originally Posted by zindako
This is just sad really, everyone is trying to be like Apple, i find this disturbing.
This is taking it to the next level. This is the beginning of hardware manufactures seizing distribution from...
Amazing news. The fact that Apple turned this around so fast is pretty incredible. Couldn't have been easy, couldn't have been cheap. Is it really going to have a huge impact? Certainly not going to make things worse.
Originally Posted by icyfog
HP should choose another operating system and give consumers a real choice, now that would dazzle me. That would be revolutionary.
I think plenty of people will install different...
Originally Posted by tiger_swimmer
it cracks me up that all these PC guys at CES are referring to their tablet products as "slates." LOL
Ummm, why wouldn't they? Tablet PCs have been out for years. ...
Originally Posted by iReality85
And yet here you are, as well as others, sneering and jeering at Microsoft because they didn't manufacture and deliver on a rumored hardware product that was only a concept in the first...