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  • 1. By:Dheeraj Raja
  • 2. INTRODUCTIONA tablet PC is a wireless, portable personal computer with a touch screen interface. The tablet form factor is typically smaller than a notebook computer but larger than a smartphone.A type of notebook computer that has an LCD screen on which the user can write using a special-purpose pen, or stylus.
  • 3. EVOLUTION OF TABLET PC1956- The first publicly demonstrated system using a tablet and handwriting recognition.1987- Apple computer started its tablet project.2001- Bill Gates of Microsoft demonstrates the first public prototype of a Tablet PC (Pen enabled computer).2002- Microsoft releases the Microsoft Tablet PC.2005- Nokia launches the Nokia 770 Internet Tablet.2010- Samsung unveils the Galaxy Tab, running Google Android.2012- Google unveils the Nexus 7,a 7-inch tablet developed with Asus.
  • 4. What Make Tablets Tick? Microprocessors Rechargeable Battery CPU Accelerometers Touch User Interface Flash Based Memory Gyroscopes
  • 5. Types of Tablet PCs Slate Computers Booklets Convertible Hybrid
  • 6. Slate ComputersResembles a slate with no keyboard attached .Comes with a virtual keyboard to operate. However we can also connect a USB or wireless keyboard.
  • 7. BOOKLETSTablets that can be folded like a book and have dual touchscreen.Designed to be used as Project Planners, Browsing Internet, Displaying audio & video and e- reading.
  • 8. CONVERTIBLEThese are enclosed in a case and have an attached keyboard.Heavier and larger than the slate computers, but lighter than a laptop.Base & Display Screen is joined by a single joint, called Swivel Hinge.This joint allows the convertible screen to rotate through 180°.
  • 9. HYBRIDShares the features of Slates & ConvertibleIt comes with a detachable keyboard which works like a convertible when connected.
  • 10. APPLICATIONS OF TABLET PCsLife: Online, Communication, Maps, E-Shopping, CameraBusiness: E-mail, OfficeSuite, FinanceEntertainment: E-books, Games,
  • 11. TABLET PC v/s LAPTOPS Area of Comparison Tablet PC LaptopInput Method Touch Interface Consist of a KeyboardSize Roughly of a small pad of a Far larger and heavier paper and weight is under two pounds.Battery Life Longer (upto 10 hours) Smaller (around 3 to 4 hours)Storage Capacity Upto 64 GBs Upto 160 GbsPerfomance Satisfactory only Much BetterCost Almost Same Same
  • 12. ADVANTAGESPortabliltySmaller Weight & Light WeightFlexible ScreenCan be used as a GPS navigation deviceFinish your work while in transitGesture Recognition
  • 13. LIMITATIONSNo KeyboardLack of PortsNo DVD or Blu-ray driveFragilityHigh PriceDiscomfort

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