Windows 7 Tablet PC Intro

Windows 7 Tablet PC

Windows 7 Tablet PC

The Windows 7 Tablet is truly a spectacular piece of technology. When people think of a tablet these days, they usually think of the iPad, but some of the Windows 7 compatible tablets deserve just as much respect and awe as Apple’s device. Just a few noteworthy features of the Windows 7 tablet operating systems include tablet math, handwriting recognition, multi touch screen capability, and a comprehensive suite of trusted Microsoft software.

Archos 9

Archos 9

A lot of very high quality tablet computer devices use the Windows 7 tablet operating system, some of the more top of the line devices include the Archos 9, the AZ01-H01, ASUS Eee Slate Tablet PC, and the WPAD. The Archos 9 is a powerful machine from a trusted name in computer tablets, and comes with a blazing fast Intel Atom processor, 1 GB of high speed DDR2 RAM, and a full version of Windows 7 installed. With this Windows 7 tablet, you can run the same programs you do at home the same way, no watered down mobile versions of software on the Archos 9. The Archos 9 also features an incredible built in web cam for live video chatting, as well as HD video playback capability. The Archos 9 also features an incredible built in web cam for live video chatting, as well as HD video playback capability and a built in Vtuner Web TV and radio player . The Wpad, a slightly less expensive tablet than the Archos 9, really gives Apple’s iPad a run for its money. It features the same multi touch screen technology as the iPad, allowing users to tap, pinch, and stretch the screen with their fingers while they experience the Internet in a truly hands on way. What makes the Wpad unique is it is the only Windows 7 tablet with multi touch capabilities, a 3G version, and an ultra light, lightening fast SSD drive. This tablet also features a camera capable of live video chatting and connects to a mouse and keyboard with bluetooth.

AZ01-H01

AZ01-H01

The AZ01-H01 might have a cumbersome sounding name, but the actual device is anything but. The AZ01-H01 Windows 7 tablet is designed for on the go use, and is packed for features that help you on the road including built in GPS, built in 3G for Internet connection wherever you go, special bluetooth synchronization capability, and much much more. The AZ01-H01 also supports a mouse and keyboard, has a camera that allows for live video chatting, has a beautiful ten inch multi touch screen, a gravity sensor for tilt recognition, a full version of Windows 7, and an enormous 250 GB hard drive with 1 GB of DDRAM. With this much memory, you can run virtually any application out there on your tablet device. With the built in 3G and GPS features, as well as the built in camera, you can take pictures, tag the location, and instantly share them with friends wherever you are.

Asus-Eee-Slate

Asus-Eee-Slate

On the higher end of the Windows 7 tablet cost spectrum is the ASUS Eee Slate Tablet PC. The ASUS Eee Slate Tablet PC features both a multi touch screen and a pen stylus input, which is particularly useful for those looking to take notes fast. The ASUS Eee Slate Windows 7 tablet has the ability to run advanced Windows applications with easy, and is great for gaming as well. The screen and stylus work great for programs like OneNote, which recognize handwriting and turn it into text. The huge twelve inch screen has a very high resolution for a beautiful look and viewing experience.

For business owners, salesman, and support staff the features of some of the Windows 7 tablets, like the AZ01-H01, can prove to be invaluable business tools. The list of possible uses seem endless; an automobile insurance agent can take a picture of a covered vehicle, instantly email the picture to an underwriter back in the office for approval, add the customer’s information into a Microsoft Access database, and process a credit card payment on site instantly, without having to leave the customer. For students, the benefits are equally impressive. Carry the e-versions of all your textbooks with you to your classes on the Wpad, a much easier screen to read text on than a laptop or PC, and also have access to all your programs literally at your fingertips in one small, sleek device. Hospitals and medical clinics are already implementing the use of Windows 7 tablets for all kinds of things, accessing x-rays taken at other locations instantly, rather than through the mail or by courier, being just one of many. A doctor can carry a hundred medical charts with him on one Windows 7 tablet device, saving medical and office staff time, money, and space.

For those users already accustomed to Microsoft Windows software and applications, any of the many high quality Windows 7 tablets are a perfect choice.

~ by John Johnson on February 23, 2011.

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