Friday, July 23, 2004

Top turnout for Tablets

I've spent the last three days with a great group of people exploring Tablet PCs and other mobile technologies. We examined what's avaiable now and discussed what is likely to be coming over the next few years. In the group we had Billy Hollis, Charles PetzoldJon Box, Julia Lerman, Jeffrey Richter and John Robbins from Wintellect, Marcus Egger and Paul Yao
It was a lot of fun and we got to talk to some of the people at Microsoft making decisions now that may change the way mobile devices are produced.


Alex said...

Question; Do you think those Tablets could handle music software such as cubase ? And Are they midiable. Because if they were...that would be very sexy for musicians who want equipment to use at live events.

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