Yes, but you don't have the videos to prove it. Yes, in 1984. It looked like this, but kudo's for being the first. Nine years later though PSION brought out the Psion 3. Oh, look, it is a ickle little laptop-a-like with a tiny screen and keyboard and separate apps. The same year Apple brought the Newton MessagePad 100. Touch screen, handwriting recognition, active input interpretation and integral data sharing across apps (the calendar can refer to names in the address book; a note in the notepad can be converted to an appointment, and so forth). Aftermarket add-ons integrated seamlessly into existing apps. Now, which represents a new benchmark in technology? 'nuff said. If anything, the popularity of the iPad will probably encourage an HTML5 standard as websites scramble to cater to this device. Which in a way is not a bad thing.