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Tablet Pcs
It is a computer larger than a mobile phone or a PDA that also has the key features of a full size personal computer. Essentially a small laptop computer equipped with a rotatable touch screen as an additional input device and running a standard (or lightly adapted) PC operating system.

The appearance of Tablet PCs

Portable and mobile, it is like a notebook light and small The use of pen an input device of the tablet PC is one of the most convenient and attractive part of a tablet PC. It functions the same as a pen on paper. Most tablet PCs come with a touch screen Liquid Crystal Display (LCD)

Typical uses of a tablet

Wireless mobile browser functions Potential cell phone functions

E mail and social media devices

Stills and video camera functions, photos and video viewing and editing Portable media player function

Popular tablet operating system

Apples iPad Os Android 3.0-3.2 Honeycomb OS

Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich

Blackberry tablet OS Mobile versions of Windows 7 OS

System architecture
Two major computer architectures dominate the tablet market Intels x86
ARM architecture

Important features of a Tablet PC

Handwriting recognition Accelerometer

Touch screen interface

Docking station

Tablets A boon to the hospitality industry

Electronic concierge:

Can be used as communication and navigation facility Helps in providing rapid response to clients requests
Can be used as multipurpose control panel inside hotel rooms

Revolutionizing the restaurant business

Improves customer engagement Customizing menus becomes simpler with tablets Eliminates order taking errors from the waiters With visuals, customers know what they are going to get in their plate Allows in cutting labor expenses

There is less confusion in the kitchen as the orders are clear and hence leads to quicker service Helps in achieving the objective of Going Paperless Customers feel more involved in the process Restaurants can build their e reputation and can also create customer communities

Managerial issues and challenges

High investment is required to implement the tablets Tablets can be damaged and will cost more to replace than paper menus. Training the waiters and staff to get acquainted with tablets.

Constant maintenance of infrastructure and connectivity such as Wi-Fi connectivity required. Deep analysis of clientele behavior required
Educating the customers about how to use the tablets and get them accustomed to it