electronic tablet

electronic tablet

[i‚lek′trän·ik ′tab·lət]
(computer science)
A data-entry device consisting of stylus, writing surface, and circuitry that produces a pair of digital coordinate values corresponding continuously to the position of the stylus upon the surface. Also known as data tablet.
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"And every one of our staff is given an electronic tablet, a bit like a PC which they can write on.
He's developing software for a third way: the electronic tablet (see "What Are We So Afraid Of?" October 1992).
Arthur Thomas, 25, William Noble, 24, and Caron Evans, 18, each collected an electronic tablet device as their prize at this week's Royal Welsh Winter Fair.
The initiative will see students in public schools across the emirates provided with an electronic tablet with access to high-speed networks.
While an electronic tablet or some sparkling jewellery might be at the top of some Christmas lists, recipients at the zoo appeared more than happy with some tasty treats.
That's the point made by critics of the rules - so far, no airliner has been brought down by rogue operation of a computer, cell phone, smart phone or electronic tablet. A counterpoint editorial said the debate is about "superstitions and what-ifs" and argued for allowing operation of the devices in "airplane mode" (which the editors said most people don't know how to enable).
The electronic tablet market in Egypt remains a wide open market with very low penetration, at around 13%, global information and measurement companyNielsen stated in its latest report.
The ultimate goal of the Smart Learning Programme is to digitally empower all public schools in the UAE by providing every student with an electronic tablet and access to high-speed 4G networks by 2017.
The UAE's effort to promote mobile learning was recognised with the launch of the Mohammed bin Rashid initiative for Smart Learning in April this year, which is aimed at providing students at federal universities with an electronic tablet and access to high speed 4G network.
Through the launch of 'smart classes', every student will be provided with an electronic tablet and access to high speed 4G networks by 2017.

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