A Tablet Pc With Hard Disk, Keyboard, And Full Body Armor
New tablet computers by NCR Corp. and GriD Systems Inc. that can recognize handwriting have been getting lots of attention lately. But tiny startup Tusk Inc. in Lake Park, Fla., thinks it can steal their thunder. Like other tablets, Tusk's "pentop" All-Terrain SuperTablet will recognize characters printed on its screen with a special stylus. But it also works with a portable keyboard and a mouse and will run software made by Microsoft Corp. and Go Corp.
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