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Editor in Chief is looking for a TableT "that would be two things:
a) a tablet for browsing, viewing, and maybe doing some actual work, on the
go (or in the hammock)
b) a digitizer (along with a Wacom professional stylus) replacing my
too-rarely-used sketch pad, pencils, charcoal, smudger, and moldable eraser.
My daughter had a Wacom tablet that she used with a small Acer laptop in
college. When the Acer got flakey, she got a Toshiba tablet PC for her
senior year. It has a flip-around touch screen that she uses up as a
monitor, or flipped down as a drawing tablet with a stylus. You might see
whether Toshiba is still making similar products. If not, maybe I can get
the model number, and you can find one online.
Margaret Cekis, Johns Creek GA
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