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.
Above: Windows Vista handwriting recognition panel (aka TIP)
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]