Now itï¿½s easy to add mathematical expressions to your papers. Handwrite a math equation, and then convert it into a neatly typewritten image to paste into a report or a presentation.
GoBinder Lite by Agilix Labs, Inc.
Keep track of your schedule with this planner. Use your tablet pen to jot down quick reminders about class schedules, project deadlines, and extracurricular activities.
Hexic Deluxe for Tablet PC
This full-featured puzzle game from MSN Games has a new spin for Tablet PCs. Now you can rotate pieces easily with your tablet pen.
Ink Flash Cards
Create flash cards to help you learn facts or study for an exam. Handwrite a question on the front of a card and put an answer on the back. Draw, insert graphics, and add text too. After you build a set, you can review the cards to test your knowledge and flag which ones you need to review again.
Send to Microsoft Office OneNote 2003
Keep all of your class notes and research in one place. Send web pages, pictures, and other files to OneNote, and annotate or highlight them with your tablet pen. Use the OneNote stationery created for college students, and read helpful tips for using OneNote at school.
[source: The Student Tablet PC blog]
Cool stuff! This TPC released by Motion Computing is really becoming a “handleable” size. I have always find the present TPCs still too big for portability. Cant wait to get my hands on one of these to experience the size, but likely have to wait quite a (long) while 😐
This software by Stardock is a good to have. To maximise the usable space on the (relatively) smaller TPC screen, squeezing more than 2 shortcuts in the Quick Lanuch area is not feasbile.
ObjectDock virtually gives you another quick launch bar on top of the screen for your favourite software. Try it if you have face the same small-screen problem like me 🙂
Smaller than the current TPCs, bigger than the current PDAs, not sure how you’ll like this, but I believe the weight is definitely an attraction for on-the-road traveller.
Take a look here 🙂