Tracy Hooten from "The Student Tablet PC" has an interesting post about the possibility of classroom bias against Tablet PC printed homework. Handwritten assignments completed on Tablets often look like photocopies when they're printed out, so there's a chance that some TAs/graders could mistakenly think that they're copies of someone else's work.

I've been using my Tablet for all my notes and assignments since the Fall, and never experienced any such problems. Actually, being a CS major, most of my submissions are online, but I did have a few classes last quarter where I had to submit printed copies of handwritten homeworks. Maybe my TAs were just more tech-savvy and had seen or used Tablet PCs before. In fact, printed copies of handwritten notes/assignments look impressively neat and clear, so they probably might have even worked to my advantage. :)