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Anyone use a bluetooth tablet to control a pc to a plasma

Discussion in 'Plasma TVs' started by mark-connect, Jul 26, 2005.

  1. mark-connect

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    Anyone use a bluetooth tablet to control a pc.

    We are after a bluetooth tablet to use with a pc that will be connected up to a plasma.

    Anyone here have any experience of this.

    So you use the tablet and bluetooth to drive and control a pc and its applications that inturn will be connected to a plasma. :)
     
  2. Da_Rude_Baboon

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    Why use bluetooth?

    If the tablet has wireless get a wireless adapter for the PC attached to the plasma and use VNC to control it. btw have a good long demo of the tablet if you haven't used one before as the toshiba tablets i have used at work are awkward and unreliable. Others could very well be different though.
     
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    Just prefer to use Bluetooth thats all you see. Do these tablets have a screen or are they just tablets. :)
     
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    Are you talking about Tablet PC's or Graphics Tablets?
     
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    Graphics tablet, so we can control the pc thats connected to the plasma from the boardroom table.

    You know control applications on the pc etc. Sort of instead of a wireless keyboard and mouse.
     
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    I think everyone was a bit confused by your original message. It sounded as if you were talking about a tablet PC. The graphics tablet you mention should operate just like a mouse, as far as I understand them.
     

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