Tablet PCs in K-12 Education book

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) just released a new volume, Tablet PCs in K-12 Education. Here's the description from their site:

Despite the many advantages of computer-aided instruction, standard notebook computers are restricted by their keyboard and mouse inputs. Not so with tablet PCs. Using the tablet PC—basically a notebook computer with an interactive screen—teachers and students can write, draw, and sketch directly onto any computer document, in real time, and at a fraction of the cost of hard copy documents. Teachers can transmit lessons to student computers for their annotation. Students can respond in their own hand. A math teacher can show how a function changes over time. A Japanese language teacher can demonstrate the sequence of strokes to draw a character. Students can go home after school, go online, and review both lessons as they happened. This book is a practical guide for educators who would like to use tablet PCs to instruct, communicate, and collaborate in the classroom.

The book contains background materials about the Tablet PC form factor, methods for implementation in 1-to-1 learning, and even lesson plans! Two of my passions rolled into one source. Sweet! And it's not even my birthday.