A flat slab of stone, clay, or wood, used esp. for an inscription
A small disk or cylinder of a compressed solid substance, typically a measured amount of a medicine or drug; a pill
A writing pad
A small flat piece of soap
a slab of stone or wood suitable for bearing an inscription
pad: a number of sheets of paper fastened together along one edge
a small flat compressed cake of some substance; "a tablet of soap"
pill: a dose of medicine in the form of a small pellet
A tablet is a pharmaceutical dosage form. It comprises a mixture of active substances and excipients, usually in powder form, pressed or compacted into a solid. ...
Tablet (taiblet in Scots), butter tablet, butter fudge, cream tablet or Swiss Milk tablet (derived from a condensed milk brand name) is a medium-hard, sugary confection from Scotland. A variation including golden syrup is known as Russian fudge. ...
A tablet, in the religious context, is a term traditionally used for religious texts.
a pill; a small, easily swallowed portion of a medication or other substances to be taken orally; A slab of rock used for inscription; a short scripture written by the founders of the Bahá'í faith; a graphics tablet; a tablet computer, a type of portable computer; A confection made from ...
(Tablets) Computers shaped like slates or (paper) notebooks featuring touchscreen interfaces and a stylus, plus handwriting recognition software. As of 2007, the most common subcategory is the Tablet PC, which is essentially a laptop with a touchscreen. ...
A portable personal computer equipped with a touchscreen as a primary input device.
 Most simply, a document made of clay, on which cuneiform TT writing was impressed with a stylus TT ;  also a standardised chapter in a canonical TT literary work.
A precise 2D input device. Like a mouse, 2D coordinates are returned. The absolute position of the tablet ``puck'' on the tablet is returned. Tablets also support a number of buttons.
Multi-touch interaction, gestural interface design for controlling web activities.
A term for a sacred epistle containing a revelation. The giving of the Law to Moses on tables or tablets is mentioned in the Qu'rán, súrih 7:142: "We wrote for him (Moses) upon tables (alwah, pl. of lauh) a monition concerning every matter."
Probably a string of beads worn round the neck (Exo 35:22; Num 31:50). In Isa 3:20 the Hebrew word means a perfume-box, as it is rendered in the Revised Version.
medicine compacted into a solid form, usually to be taken by mouth
The upright part of a one-piece memorial, a monolith; or a two-piece memorial, a monument. Also called Die.
a small digitiser used for interactive work on a graphics workstation
an input device that uses a stylus or specialized mouse to write or draw on the tablet surface to communicate with the computer.
Similar to fudge, but with a brittle, grainy texture.
A flat, thin piece of stone with words carved into it.
Tablets are a type of mobile device. A tablet usually runs on the same Operating System that mobile devices do, currently the iPad is the most popular example of these but Android have some excellent devices out there as well. ...
Divinely revealed scripture. Originally, the tables, or tablets, of the Law brought down from Sinai by Moses. In Baha'i scripture the term is used in the title of certain Writings revealed by Baha'u'llah and Abdu'l-Baha and is generally used to refer to their written works.
A small slab; a panel, especially inscribed or for inscription; an inscribed plate hung up in fulfilment of a vow.
A cross between a touch-screen PC without a separate keyboard and a giant smartphone. These nifty devices make getting online nice and simple and are far more portable than your average laptop and with far more battery life. ...