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The central point of interaction on the Newton was the notebook. That was its central metaphor. I have a 120 right here, and what you're referring to is the 'extras' folder - which contained a bunch of utilities like a calculator, and settings panels. It's a small aspect of the notebook metaphor - not a central one like it is on iOS or Palm OS. That's because NewtonOS is built around the notebook - not around applications. It's not application-centric.
It's a fundamentally different paradigm.
Yes, the eMate opened the drawer by default. This was after the success of the original Pilot. Edited 2013-02-20 13:03 UTC