Tag Archives: tablets

Brydge 12.3, Surface Pro 4

Getting the input right is one of the most challenging issues in todays world of pervasive, multimodal computing and services. Surface Pro 4 is an excellent multitouch tablet, and with the Surface Pen it is perfect for review and marking (key elements in academic life). The problem with a tablet as a main computer is … Continue reading ”Brydge 12.3, Surface Pro 4”

All-in-one: still not there

Some time ago, I blogged about tablets as productivity devices, and then I also have written about some early experiences as a user of Microsoft Surface Pro 4: a Windows 10, 2-in-one tablet PC that relies on combination of touch screen, pen computing, and keyboard and touchpad cover (plus Cortana voice assistant, if you are … Continue reading ”All-in-one: still not there”

Surfacing experiences

I have been testing the Surface Pro 4 mobile device / two-in-one Windows 10 computer recently – here are some first impressions: Windows 10 “Hello” feature with its biometric (camera) login is fast and more convenient way to log in to a mobile device that is constantly closed and opened than e.g. passwords or even … Continue reading ”Surfacing experiences”