[NTLK] Modern Tablets and the Stylus: Sound Off!

Forrest Buffenmyer newtonphoenix at mindspring.com
Sat Nov 6 02:27:00 EDT 2010

On Thursday, November 4, 2010 at 7:03 am Ryan wrote:

> Looking back at the Knowledge Navigator, there wasn't a stylus.
> But that's because of the AI built-in.  That smart assistant does all the hard work for the user, and is a completely different paradigm of computing.
> But modern tablets don't have anything close to that functionality.  And even if they did, I think the stylus still has a place.  For instance, drawing on-screen with a Photoshop desktop mirror, like the Wacom Cintiq.
> The MS Courier is also a very interesting concept.
> What do you all think about the stylus and modern tablets.  Does it have a place today? 

Until I am shown a better way to write notes, an email, or any kind of text other than how I am doing it right now with this stylus on this Newton, and with less effort (hard to imagine)... well, I vote for the stylus.

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