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Writing notes with a tablet PC vs on an IWB

Discussion in 'English' started by thequillguy, Feb 5, 2012.

  1. thequillguy

    thequillguy New commenter

    Hello all

    I'm looking (again) at the possibility of purchasing a tablet laptop, or slate, that will allow me to model writing/editing and annotating via my projector. My IWB simply does not work in terms of its annotations are too pixilated and I would find it easier to write by hand.

    I saw several years ago some tablet laptops, but they were prohibitive (£600+)

    Should I want to simply annotate over word documents/.pdf files, what would you recommend I use? Pen and paper, of course, but what about its electronic version? An I-pad might be out of the range of my budget, too. Thanks in advance for your advice.
  2. thequillguy

    thequillguy New commenter

    Just in case anyone finds this thread again, here's an update. Was lent an i-pad by county that was locked down like hell. Required a credit card (or perhaps even a gift card) to install any apps on it. Would rather check out different OS. In the meantime, I'm using OHT and/or have purchased a new IWB pen.

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