Expert sees use for Tablet PCs in some verticals

Tablet PCs have received plenty of attention since they debuted last fall, but these keyboard-less notebooks, which feature a stylus and a modified version of Microsoft's Windows XP operating system, are likely to corner only a tiny portion of the PC market over the next few years. According to a recent report by Brian O'Rourke, senior analyst with Scottsdale, Ariz.-based research firm In-Stat/MDR, Tablet PCs will make up 1% to 2% of the total PC market until 2005. But that doesn't mean that the devices are not useful for enterprises. O'Rourke shares some of his insight into how enterprises can get the most from these new devices.

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