Barry Doyle has a listing of three recommended Tablet PC books, two of which can be had for less than a Grande Latte at Starbucks! "Tablet PCs for Dummies" and "Tablet PC Quick Reference" are the ‘low on cost, but high on value’ list. Michael Linenberger’s "Seize the Work Day: Using the Tablet PC to Take Total Control of Your Work and Meeting Day" rounds out the recommended reading and is actually the only book on my nightstand; in fact, I’ve been to some hotels and found this book IN the nightstand. Don’t ask which hotels I stay at…it’s better that you don’t know.
If I could add one or two books, they would be: "How to Do Everything with your Tablet PC" and "Microsoft Office OneNote 2003 for Windows". Although OneNote doesn’t require a Tablet PC for usage, it really shines on a tablet; additionally, Todd Carter (the author) and I used to write together for PVRWire. Todd’s a solid writer and I think you’ll find his style very usable. What books would you add?