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WebPad

(1) A tablet computer designed primarily for Web browsing and Web applications. Also called a "Web slate." See tablet computer.

(2) An earlier HTML editor from Rainer Link that provided WYSIWYG design capability and numerous features.
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He can access all this using one Web pad, whereas previously the same information would have only become available by logging into different systems, from different workstations.
The Frontpath[TM] ProGear[TM] Web pad is one of these Internet "laptops.
Additionally, the new industrial PDA and Web Pad line allows the mobile consumer to become more efficient and productive.
This is the Web pad controller of the kitchen for the future," says Bob Milgroom, vice president, investor relations, TurboChef Technologies, New York, N.
It was a wireless Web Pad powered by the new processor chip from Transmeta Corporation.
The Atigo is a smart Web pad computer, providing immediate access to critical information via wireless communications and/or the Internet.
Two of the three products will be available by the end of the year; the Web pad will go on sale next year, the companies said.
The Atigo is a smart Web pad computer, providing immediate access to critical information available via wireless communications and/or the Internet.
Developers will be able to use Micro-X's small footprint to perform 2D/3D graphics, video-in-a-window and MPEG playback running Embedix on their set-top box, web pad, residential gateway, or other next generation Internet appliance.
Crossover Display will add a remote start menu to run PC applications from a Web pad device, and Crossover Server will host Windows applications for display on multiple display devices.
VPSD, an autonomous Business Unit within VIA, is charged with the mission of designing, developing, and bringing to market a complete range of platform solutions, including a new line of branded VIA Mainboards, as well as the company's Information PC, Set Top Box, Web Pad and future Total Connectivity designs.