There are several books that I recommend you read in order to get the most out of your Tablet PC. Each of these books goes more
Because your Tablet PC is based on Windows XP, you will want to know the tips and tricks to making your Windows experience most effective, if you don't already. I've also included a couple of books on programming and a couple more on networking and Office 2003. There are
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Windows XP
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Special Edition Using Windows XP Professional, Bestseller Edition
Robert Cowart and Brian Knittel
If you want much deeper coverage of Windows XP, jump into this book. Probably the most complete treatment of Windows XP in one bound volume, this book covers every aspect of what you need to know about Windows XP, and then keeps going. If you're really interested in the details of the operating system and stumping your
Building Tablet PC Applications
Rob Jarrett and Philip Su
The authors of this book are developers in Microsoft's Tablet PC
Tablet PC Software Development With .NET
Ed Holloway and Karen Watterson
Another good source of development know-how, this book also helps the reader understand Ink programming and leveraging the Tablet PC interface to make programs more usable.
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Networking, Fourth Edition
Here's a great book if you want to know more about connecting computers using common network devices. The Tablet PC is a great tool for communication with others across digital networks. Understanding how to set up a network at home or the office to properly leverage the Tablet PC's capabilities will help you achieve the promise of the Tablet PC.
Jeff Duntemann's Drive-By Wi-Fi Guide
Here's a good book that can help you thoroughly understand Wi-Fi networking. While my coverage gave you the basics, Duntemann's book will help you understand deeper aspects of wireless networking, how to get it set up, and how to connect.
The Wi-Fi Experience: Everyone's Guide to 802.11b Wireless Networking
Harold Davis and Richard Mansfield
This is a good book that will help you understand and implement Wi-Fi wireless networking. This book delves deeper into antennae and broader-range wireless than Duntemann's.
Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft Office 2003
My coverage of Office 2003 dealt only with the Tablet PC-specific aspects of the applications in the suite, and did not touch on how to really leverage the tools outside the context of the Tablet PC. A book like this one that covers each application and the overall suite in more detail will help you if you're new to Office 2003. You've probably been using some version of Microsoft Office for some time, but Office 2003 has some great new features that you will probably want to know more about.