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Windows XP Tablet PC Edition advertisement from Wired 5/2003.

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When inspiration strikes so should you.

It’s a laptop. It’s a simple pad and pen. It’s a Tablet PC.

It’s the PC, evolved.

When inspiration strikes, will you be ready? Will you harness it or watch it skip quickly away? The Tablet PC puts the full power of Windows® XP Professional in a laptop computer that’s as simple to use as a pad and pen.

You write, draw, scribble, and erase directly on the screen. Save your notes, share them, convert them to text – so your ideas don’t get away. They get jotted down or sketched out, then made into more, wherever and whenever.

Plus it runs all of your favorite Windows XP compatible applications. Download the Office XP pack for Tablet PC to write directly in Office XP documents. Now you can write e-mail in your own handwriting, using Microsoft® Outlook®. Mark up a Web article, make a quick sketch, then share it all with other PC users whether they have a Tablet PC or not.

You can use the Tablet PC with your mouse or keyboard as well as the digital pen. So whether you’re in your office, in a meeting, in the hallway, or in a cab – the PC is more mobile, versatile, and powerful than ever before.

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On your desk. Or in your hands. Tablet PC.

Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition

© 2003 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. microsoft, Outlook, Windows, and the Windows logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of microsoft Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. The names of actual companies and products mentioned may be the trademarks of their respective owners.

Variants of this ad: “Be ready” · “When inspiration strikes”
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