Posts Tagged ‘tablet

Adesso CyberTablet M17

11, Sep 2006


The CyberTablet M17 turns a simple monitor into a graphics tablet for pen-based applications of almost limitless diversity. A highly effective “Paperless Office” tool, this device enables the user to annotate hand-written or digitally signed emails, compose images, and even supports handwriting recognition. User-friendly and easy to use. Those in the medical/EMR, architectural, graphics arts, film and video, educational or in fact almost any of today’s industry sectors find the CyberTablet M17 to be a ‘cannot-do-without’ addition to their digital arsenals.

– Fast & Easy connections for quick installation
– High resolution, supports up to 1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
– 17″ diagonal screen size
– Active tablet space: 13.3″ x 10.7″
– Tablet Report Rate: 125 reports/second
– Tablet Interface: USB (USB 1.1)

The price of Adesso CyberTablet M17 is $1,199.99

If you are interested in Adesso CyberTabletM17 LCD Graphic Tablet Monitor…


This is a portable digital notepad that can be used to store data as digital information without the need of any PC (you can as well call it low-end tablet “PC”, but without the PC part). All the information written on the paper is being stored as digital pages, post-editing can be done by direct page selection (LCD display) at any time. It is also possible to do post-editing via the supplied Windows software if you connect the device trough the USB port to a PC. The standard memory capacity is 32MB and it is upgradeable via SD cards. Battery status is being displayed both on the stylus and on the tablet. The device can operate up to 20 hours with one battery set. And although the official information about Aiptek’s MyNote digital notepad is still way too little, this device seems to be quite interesting…

Technical Data
Dimensions: 253 x 13,5 x 332 mm
Work Area: 210 x 297 mm (DIN A4)
Maximum Resolution: 1000 lpi
Interface Type: USB
Power Supply: Tablet – 4x AAA batteries, stylus – 1x AAA battery
Operating Systems: Only Windows 2000/XP are supported

The price of the Aiptek MyNote is about $165

The MyNote product page on Aiptek’s official website…

Coeno Toolkit

27, Aug 2006


Coeno one is an around-the-table application designed for presenting a storyboard using tabletop technology in combination with augmented content. It is based on the coeno framework. The goal of coeno one is to present new ways of interaction and communication for the next generation working in spaces.


Users bring their laptops and Tablet PCs into the environment, connect their devices to the system, and start exchanging their ideas by moving digital data (e.g. images, videos, digital scribbles, short animation shots etc.) to the table. They can move their private ideas to the public surface. Coeno one offers a smooth integration of portable computers into a meeting room, where the table and walls are acting as an extended public display. Equipped with a wireless multimedia mouse pointer, one person assumes the role of a coordinator and organizes the “unsorted” data by moving them from the workspace-table to the projected presentation-wall.

Moreover, the coordinator can re-organize the data on the table as well, thus move the scribbles, scale them, and rotate them accordingly. Really a cool project worth keeping up with…

Coeno Toolkit is a work in progress and is not comercially available yet.

More videos of Coeno in action…
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