WebPad

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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In a U-learning environment, students learn with a PDA, WebPad, Tablet PC or laptop, in indoor, outdoor, individual, and group situations.
They will also have Honeywell's wireless Dolphin handheld and Webpad computers that will allow them to develop consistent and safe operating rounds and procedures and view and manage key control parameters.
Named WebPad for experimental purposes, the device was equipped with handwriting-recognition software, a wireless telecommunications connection to the internet, and a port to download information to a desktop.
Hardware--pen-based and touchscreen computers, and WebPAD.
When you're finished, remove the stick and insert in any USB compatible device such as a PC, Mac, laptop, or webpad to view, enhance, and share the images.
The WebPAD II offers wireless Internet access from anywhere in the home or yard.
Each passenger has an independent webpad to access all the main controls, including the navigation system, listen to their own choice of music, or surf the internet, and can interact between the car, office and home.
National Semiconductor Corporation (NYSE:NSM) has launched the first in a series of 8-bit COP8FLASH microcontrollers with a menu of special features optimized for the design of web-driven appliances, including the National(R) Geode WebPAD reference platform.
The difference between a webpad and a PCT is that the webpad is strictly for Internet browsing; there is no PC-like functionality.
National's next generation Geode WebPAD platform design will be able to capture real-time video or still photos, making the device suitable for video conferencing, video email or simply sharing photos over the Web.
The companies' first release is the WebPAD Software Developer's Toolkit, a package designed to contain everything OEMs need to build Internet PADs.
Cyrix has been showing a wireless device called the WebPAD in its most recent technology demonstration.