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with Blake Shannon

One more happy Q1 owner!

Q1

On the Mobile Tech Roundup Last week every listener met Joey. And now Joey has informed Kevin who has infomed us all that Joey “nabbed’ a Q1 and it appears he likes it from kevins post I quote from Kevin’s Post

“As far as Joey’s experiences so far with the Q1, he writes: “Wanted to tell you that I took the plunge after getting rid of all my gadgets and got a Q1. So far so good. A few quirks here and there but it’s kicking nonetheless.” Here’s what Joey uses the Q1 for: “..mostly one note, music w/winamp, vlc fullscreen which rocks, and some browsing/blogging with Flock. Geckotip and Google browser synch is compatible now.

Well sounds

like he is enjoying it.

~Blake Shannon

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June 28, 2006 Posted by | Gadgets, Origami/UMPC, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Onenote 2007 Test Drive

One Note Logo

I would write something but this is the last post before im going to bed. So I will Quote

If you’ve been waiting for me to post some reviews on OneNote 2007, listen up. Microsoft has a web-based preview of Office 2007 (including OneNote).
“The preview allows users to try out Office 2007 components directly, or be guided through walk-through tours of the various new features of each product, ” writes Nate Mook of BetaNews.com.

There is a line, though…currently at 137 minutes. In any event, if you’ve been aching to see Office 2007, this should perfect for you. I also apologize for not getting a real review up. I’ve pretty much been working 24/7.”

Thanks Student Tablet PC blog

Im going to bed now

~Blake

Edit: I forgot to put the link here it is

http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/beta/testdrive.mspx

June 28, 2006 Posted by | Origami/UMPC, Software, Tablet PCs, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Sony Vaio UX-90+16gig Flash Drive = 13% Battery life increase!

Sony UX90 Awesome

This setup will give you

13% Battery life increase

Weight drops by 29 grams

Launches Apps Faster

and TV is built in ! :-p

June 28, 2006 Posted by | Gadgets, Origami/UMPC, Tablet PCs, Uncategorized | Leave a comment