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  • griffined
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    I've loaded the HS 2.0 Speaker app. and the Kate voice on my TC1000 and have been using it in a room away from my HS server. The Transmeta based tablet is kind of pokey when booting but once you get the apps loaded into memory, does OK.

    I've not used VR on it much, but will try training it and seeing how it works.

    The TC1100's I've used at work have better performance, both of the CPU and the wireless works farther away.

    Ed

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  • ouzome
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    I've had the TC1000 for a year, and it is a great tablet . . . couldn't imagine life without it. If you can, wait for the new TC1100 HP/Compaq tablet to come out in a few months.
    Check out tabletpcbuzz.com Due to the nature of the tablet and operating system, I don't think they will ever offer touchscreen using finger or stylus. The handwriting recognition and other features need to know where your 'pen' is.

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  • Rupp
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    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=39980

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...category=39980

    -Rupp
    Isn't Disney World a people trap operated by a mouse?

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  • Mark L
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    I bought some of these in a bulk purchase. I have a pair left. Please contact me for details.

    Mark

    salesNOSPAM@mythinkinghome.com

    remove the NOSPAM.

    LyonsHome.NET

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  • collegeboyslive
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    fujitsu2u

    i have spoken to the guy on the phone and it would seem he has several of these for sale,

    detail of setup in profile. Link to videos of my projects there as well. Over 300 scripts running every min and counting

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  • jwilson56
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    What was the Ebay vendors name?

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  • collegeboyslive
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    i have 8 fujitu 510's the 100mhz machines and this new one is 1/2 the weight, i have had it on for over 24 hours now with the screen on and it dosnt get as warm as my laptop and no sound of a fan.

    its running great

    detail of setup in profile. Link to videos of my projects there as well. Over 300 scripts running every min and counting

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  • jwilson56
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    Are those faster than a Progrear? I like my Viewpad 1000 and its fast but I don't like the fact that it has a fan that comes on and off. Does this one have a fan? I am beginning to think that 400Mhz is about as fast as you can get without either the weight beig too heavy or the fan being noisy. I would consider an Airpanel but the price is high for what you get.

    Nice find.

    John

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  • collegeboyslive
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    check e-bay someone is selling fujitsu stylistic 3400 tablerts, these are a 400 mhz processor with a 1024 res display, i piced 2 up from him for under 400 each !!! they are awsome, i installed a linksystem wirless lan card and i run ie in full screen mode on them, works excellently with homeseer

    detail of setup in profile. Link to videos of my projects there as well. Over 300 scripts running every min and counting

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  • ptran0
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    The 15" model is much better, if it can use stylus or finger instead of electronic pen would be a big plus.

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  • Rupp
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    http://www.nextag.com/Compaq_TABLET_..._pczmainz2-htm

    -Rupp
    Isn't Disney World a people trap operated by a mouse?

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  • JustinGould
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    Wow. In that same price range, you can actually pick up the low to mid line Microsoft Tablet PCs. They're all-in-one PCs too, with built-in hard drives, 802.11, "tabletized" versions of the XP operating system and Office apps, etc. Just thinking if I was going to spend that kind of money, I'd want a more mainstream and versatile piece of hardware. If you're not familiar with Tablet PC, you can check it out here: http://www.microsoft.com/tabletpc

    For PocketPC, Palm, and cell phone control:
    http://www.homeseer.com/products/plugins/wapseer2/

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  • Jake
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    I actually called them today. They will be sending me some info via email. I believe they may also be contacting HomeSeer to talk some business. The prices I got were starting around $1500. If I get the email info, I post more details.

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  • electron
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    it kinda reminds of the news.com article I just read yesterday, but if the device is similar, it isn't going to be cheap, check out http://news.com.com/2100-1003_3-5097013.html

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  • Mark S.
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    Assuming price is not extreme - would Nobu be a good choice for use with the new Touchpad Plug-in? I am a total newbie on touchscreens, but am really interested now that the plug-in is out. This Nobu looks like it would be great on the kitchen wall. Anyone using one? How well does it interface with HomeSeer?

    Mark

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