Windows Vista Pen Computing in action

Oct 27, 2006

One of the things that has got Tablet PC users most excited about Microsoft Vista is the idea that the pen computing-specific features will be neatly rolled up into the main operating system, hopefully bringing them to a greater audience's attention and encouraging more into the Glorious Way Of The Stylus.  Geekzone have sat down with a Vista-branded Wacom usb tablet and tried out the latest OS build and reported back on some of their first impressions - handwriting recognition, flicks and gestures.

Windows Vista - handwriting recognition

Above: Windows Vista handwriting recognition panel (aka TIP)

Windows Vista - Flicks control panel

Above: Windows Vista Flicks control panel

I'm hoping they'll go on and maybe do some video of the interface in action.

Using a Tablet with Windows Vista [Geekzone]

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