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Ilium Software is beta testing a new text input method called InScribe that should soon launch for UMPC and Tablet PC devices. InScribe is a full QWERTY keyboard that appears transparent over the display.
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The Sony VAIO UX ultra-portable PC packs a lot in a small form factor, but is there a market for these types of full blown Windows machines?
Handwriting on your display can be a bit tedious at first, but with amazing utilities like ActiveWord and PenCommander you can insert text, launch applications, visit websites, and more with a simple pen stroke. At least one of these applications should be loaded on your UMPC or Tablet PC to make you more productive.
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Submitting a sample of your handwriting is now worth at least US$30 as you can get ritePen or EverNote for free. Both of these applications will enhance your Tablet PC experience.
StyleTap continues to be updated and now has support for landscape mode on your Windows Mobile device. If you have a Pocket PC or Phone Edition you can still run Palm OS applications that you find essential.
The UMPC is larger than all modern calculators, but do modern calculators allow you to handwrite your complex engineering, mathematical, and scientific calculations and have them solved in ink? xThink just announced the release of their latest update to MathJournal and students and engineers can now expand the usage of their Tablet PC or UMPC device.
The MobileTechRoundup gang chats about a couple new devices, the Fujitsu P1610 and the Microsoft Zune. We also congratulate Geek.com on their 10th anniversary and encourage listeners to register there for some great prizes to celebrate their birthday.