Windows tablets are stuck in a past that insists on keeping designs firmly planted in the PC world. Maybe this is fine for some businesses, but consumers prefer the iPad, even if those consumers are "businesspeople" attending a Microsoft conference.
Get a first look from the Labs at the TabletKiosk eo ultramobile PC.
At issue are two patents that cover portable computers with touch-screen technology.
TabletKiosk delays its UMPC
'TabletKiosk' gets toughened up
Gigabyte confirms the launch of its U60 UMPC at CeBIT
A new round of devices using the Microsoft software will debut at CES, but the minitablet still has a way to go.
Successor to Origami will look like the Windows XP-based tablet PC, but run the Vista update and hopefully cost less.
TabletKiosk hoped to beat Samsung out of the gate, but had to halt most shipments because of a glitch. Still, its frankness has won it fans. Photos: Origami tablets gear up
Origami is in the house