Poor battery life, slow processors and high costs slowed the uptake of tablet PCs but a new and more intuitive OS coupled with improved hardware could change all that
By Matt Loney
| February 26, 2004 -- 09:25 GMT (01:25 PST)
| Topic: Mobility
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