Introduction: How to Make a Computer Into a Tablet Part 2

part 2

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metldrumer984 (author)2009-06-18

nice solved rubix cube =]

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rahi (author)2009-02-16

Just for your information ,.. its not good for the HDD not to run horizontally if you turn it upside down it may take damage

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tsehqui (author)2008-04-26

AMAZING! haha i've tried it on my computer (VISTA) haha, i kinda found it funny, but not in a bad way.. hehe

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FONtheCON (author)2008-04-26

Yeah, totally. Windows XP can flip the screen, also, just by hitting ctrl+alt+up/down/whatever. It's not a vista-exclusive feature. Of course, you need to be logged into an account (granted that accounts are in use, of course). But say you wanted the equivalent of a touchscreen tablet without the touchscreen. I think you'd be able to do that with a LED array and some reflectors of some kind while hanging the Wiimote from the ceiling. Or maybe aim the Wiimote at a nearby (or far away wall if you prefer) and use the laser-pointer technique to "draw" on the scree using the wall as a canvas...

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lizzielizard (author)2008-04-10

Very cool :)

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SubzeroFusion (author)2008-04-09

no offence, but next time, can you try to rehearse your video before you start. it's too hard to try to hear what your saying. with you going um er uhh all the time. i am not saying your bad it's just that your not good either.

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khrokon (author)2008-02-10

on win 2000 pro at work we use ctrl alt up or down arrow to change landscape mode ( tablet mode ) to display on projector