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    Scribbler SC 4100



    Main Features
    • Digitizer & Touch Screen
    • 12.1" LCD screen (XGA = 1024 x 768)
    • Core 2 Duo U7400
    • Biometric device for security
    • IEEE 1394, 802.11 a/b/g
    • 1.3 MP Camera & Bluetooth 2.0
    • 180° viewing screen
    • Light weight 3.4 lbs


    Anyone tried this beauty ?
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    Motion LE1600 VA x2, Motion LS800, Toshiba M200 x4, Motion LE1700 x4 and a TC1100 with dock just for nostalgia. No Ipads.

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    I have two Scribblers (2100, 3000). I used the 4000 in the testing phase and it was terrible. This 4100 looks much better. All Scribblers have array mics that work very well with DNS Medical. The scroll wheel is a great hardware tool that is a must for reading.
    There were some battery issues with the 4000 that hopefully have been resolved by Electrovaya (a battery company). I used my Scribblers from 9-12 and 2-6 with full brightness of the screen and constant wifi charting across a network. (zero power saving employed) The battery would last all day with an hour charge at noon.
    Chris M. Wilkerson, D.C.
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    www.MedicalTabletPC.com
    www.Digital-Doc.com

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    digitaldoctors or Chris: Do you have any idea how the 4100 implements pen and touch? Is it a Wacom product? An N-trig product?

    So many of us have had problems with N-trig; that would definitely require consideration in a purchase decision...

    Also, have either of you had any experience with Electrovaya's PowerPad products, recent or otherwise? They look good, but EV has a very checkered history with external batteries. You may remember Rob Bushway's experience with "Old Puffy"...

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    Answered my own question. Interestingly, it uses Wacom's pen and touch technology:

    http://www.scribblertabletpc.com/model/SC4100specs.aspx

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    I'm not sure Wacom offers their digitizer with touch hardware/software. My Sahara i440D (eerily similar form) uses Wacom digitizer with Fujitsu resistive overlay controlled by Pan Jit software, which works very, very well.
    100% Old School tablet setup:

    Sahara i440D - 4GB/500GB/7200 - Vista screams!
    HP TC1100 1.2 - 2GB/160GB/5400 - Vista - portrait - primary computer.
    HP TC1100 1.2 - 2GB/160GB/5400 - Vista - primary work computer.
    HP TC1100 1.0 - 2GB/60GB/7200 - XP - laptop - partner's primary computer.
    Acer 303xmi 1.6 - 2GB/100GB/7200 - Vista - laptop - work computer.
    Motion M1300 1.0 - 2GB/60GB/7200 - Vista - semi-retired (needs repair).
    Motion M1300 - for parts.
    Motion M1400VA - awaiting resurrection.

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    <<...I'm not sure Wacom offers their digitizer with touch hardware/software...>>

    See:

    http://www.wacom-components.com/products/MultiTouch and...

    http://www.wacom-components.com/down...ulti-Touch.pdf

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve S View Post
    digitaldoctors or Chris: Do you have any idea how the 4100 implements pen and touch? Is it a Wacom product? An N-trig product?

    So many of us have had problems with N-trig; that would definitely require consideration in a purchase decision...

    Also, have either of you had any experience with Electrovaya's PowerPad products, recent or otherwise?


    They look good, but EV has a very checkered history with external batteries. You may remember Rob Bushway's experience with "Old Puffy"...
    I have no experiece with the 4100. I do have an old Power Pad that still functions.
    Chris M. Wilkerson, D.C.
    Editor-in-Chief
    www.MedicalTabletPC.com
    www.Digital-Doc.com

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    Anyone seen one of these SC4100 (Digitizer and Touch) models yet ?

    Another article:

    http://www.gottabemobile.com/2010/02...-touch-spotted
    Motion LE1600 VA x2, Motion LS800, Toshiba M200 x4, Motion LE1700 x4 and a TC1100 with dock just for nostalgia. No Ipads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitaldoctors View Post
    Anyone seen one of these SC4100 (Digitizer and Touch) models yet ?

    Another article:

    http://www.gottabemobile.com/2010/02...-touch-spotted
    the device is pretty impressive, the look and build quality is impressive. With the price tag though it's competing with motion.

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