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I strapped on a pair of virtual reality (VR) goggles and looked around the room. There were three PageWide printers sitting off in the corner, so I reached out and pressed a lever to open the paper tray. A voice off in the distance, like a ghost in the fog, told me to try lifting the copier lid as well.
I was at HP in Palo Alto, California, and the demo was meant to show me how their multi-function printers work. Interestingly, VR and augmented reality (AR) today do not take advantage of artificial intelligence (AI) as much as you might think. I wasn’t able to ask a question and have a bot respond. The VR looked ultra-realistic, but it was all self-contained within a structured environment. The demo was more like a 3D-rendered slideshow with some interactions. But in the future, AI will play a much bigger role.
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With iOS 11, Apple’s iPad Pro has become an even more effective productivity tool, raising it apart from other tablets with its own synthesise of portability and computational ability.
For the purposes of this short report I’ve assumed you use the most productive iPad Pro configuration, which includes a Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil.
Take a Note
Apple Pencil gains a great new ability: when your iPad is locked just tap the screen with your Apple Pencil to automatically open a Note. Now you are in Notes you can draw, write, and more. Notes will also let you scan documents as we’ll explain here. One more thing: Apple Pencil’s (already good) latency has been reduced to just 20-milliseconds.
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