actually, it didn’t occur to me that we could be using all ten digits to use a tablet. honestly, we have no idea why should we be using all ten fingers, but if a tablet allows us to do so, why not? and when we say ‘use all ten digits’ it literally means doing so while holding the tablet with both hands.
how big a tablet has to become before it can no longer be considered as a tablet? my guess is, there is no limit, as proven by the Panasonic Toughpad 4K Tablet that not only sports a massive 20-inch capacitive multi-touch display, but one that is blessed with eye-watering 4K display with 3,840 by 2,560 resolution. yes. 20-inch. 4K resolution.
fancy a really tough tablet for your fieldwork? well, if you are all up for Windows 7 or 8 Professional OS, then the GETAC F110 Rugged Tablet might just be your cuppa. powered by Haswell processors, with a choice of 1.9GHz Intel Core i5-4300 or 2.1GHz Intel Core i7-4600U, both offering Turbo Boost Technology that enables
Android purists who dig the untainted Android OS tablet experience will now have an alternative hardware to Nexus 7: the LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition. yes. you read that right. the first Google Android Open Source Project (AOSP) tablet, which will be running on the latest Android 4.4 KitKat, which also means, you will be spared from the fancy LG-skinned Android OS
unbeknownst to the rest of us outside of Europe, Germany-based cordless phone maker Gigaset actually already dipped their hands into Android phone (and baby monitors too) and more recently the tablet market too, starting with two offerings: the Gigaset QV830 and QV1030 Android Tablets. running on stock Android 4.2, these two
disappointed that there isn’t a ‘gold’ variant of the iPad Air? well, don’t be. if you having pots of gold laying around, you might want to give the 24 CT Gold iPad Air by Goldgenie a shot and one thing you can be sure is, this opulent item don’t just look gold, it is in fact coated in real-deal 24ct.
save yourself the hassle of buying a keyboard for your tablet by going for the ARCHOS 101 XS 2 Android Tablet, the latest device from ARCHOS Gen11 range that comes with an innovative magnetic keyboard, known as Coverboard, as standard. so what the heck exactly is a Coverboard?
Barnes & Noble’s last eReader, the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight is quite a mouthful as far as eReader names are concerned. however, with the latest iteration, Barnes & Nobles has decided to drop ‘Simple Touch’ and simply refer it to as Nook GlowLight, which goes on sale today for just $119 a pop.
remember how an Air was predicted for the name of the next gen iPad last year? well, it didn’t quite came true… until now. meet the new iPad Air, the next generation 10-inch class tablet that the Cupertino folks proudly proclaim as “dramatically thinner, lighter and more powerful iPad” featuring a 9.7-inch Retina display, packed into
well, folks. the much anticipated (or not) Windows tablet from the Finnish handset maker is finally official. the Nokia Lumia 2520 Windows Tablet, as it is called, is the first tablet coming from Nokia bearing the proven aesthetic that has saw the breeze sales of the Lumia handsets and in all honesty, it is not too shabby on the spec sheet at all.