Tag Archives: Tablet

All-new iPad Air and iPad mini, iMac And AirPods Get Updated

Here are some new happenings over at Apple. Apple has announced the all-new iPad Air and iPad mini and revealed that it has updated the iMac line and its wireless earbuds, Apple AirPods. I know right. The barrage of tech reveals has drown out Apple’s presence somewhat. The innovations from Apple, if any at all, aren’t as thrilling as it was in Jobs’ era. Sad but through. At least that’s my overall sentiment of this once phenomena tech giant. Continue reading All-new iPad Air and iPad mini, iMac And AirPods Get Updated

Sony 13-inch Digital Paper In White Looks Even More Like A Piece Of Paper

If you haven’t heard, Sony DPT-CP1 10-inch Digital Paper has a bigger brother, the Sony DPT-RP1 13-inch Digital Paper. It is basically the DPT-CP1, but larger for seeing and writing more. We have just received a note from Sony, announcing a new color option, white, for the Sony DPT-RP1 13-inch Digital Paper. The new, white 13-inch DPT-RP1 model is mere color change, which means it shares the same features as the current black model. Continue reading Sony 13-inch Digital Paper In White Looks Even More Like A Piece Of Paper

New iPad Pro Announced, Along With All-new MacBook Air And New Mac mini

The dust have yet to settle for the new iPhones and we have more new Apple products to tempt you to part with your hard earned money. On an October 30 event, Apple has unveiled the new iPad Pro, along with an all-new MacBook Air and new Mac mini. I know the rumors have being going around, but frankly, I am surprised Mac mini lives on. Anyways, Apple’s products need little introduction, new or old, and so, we will be quick on these new products. Continue reading New iPad Pro Announced, Along With All-new MacBook Air And New Mac mini

Google Pixel 3 Announced Along With Google Slate And Google Home Hub

Today is the day those in denial face up to reality. I am talking about those who refused believe the previous leaks, including an unboxing video, of the Google Pixel 3. Everything was put out there and as such, today’s even was just a confirmation of sort. So, yeah, Google Pixel 3 is official and so is the briefly rumored Google Slate and a brand new smart device called Google Home Hub. The latter is basically Google’s answer to Amazon Echo Show, but less the camera because, privacy. Privacy, among other things, is Google promised to look out for your “digital well-being.” Continue reading Google Pixel 3 Announced Along With Google Slate And Google Home Hub

Microsoft Announced New Surface Devices, Includes Surface Headphones

Microsoft has unveiled a series of new Surface products at its October 2, 2018 event. During the event on this day, the Redmond software giant took the wraps off a host of Surface devices, including the Surface Pro 6, Surface Laptop 2, Surface Studio 2, and a surprise device that most people didn’t expect: a pair of Surface-branded Headphones with Cortana integration. Continue reading Microsoft Announced New Surface Devices, Includes Surface Headphones

Meet Sony’s Newest Paperless Office Solution, The 10-inch Digital Paper

There is a lot of talk about plastics harming the environment, but papers aren’t doing our lovely Blue Marble any good either. While papers are generally recyclable, they are not truly sustainable. Due to the growing populations, humans simply get grow enough trees to cover what has been deforested. This is an area Sony aims to address with Sony DPT-CP1 10” Digital Paper. Now, Sony is not new to creating digital paper; it has been doing it since 2014. Continue reading Meet Sony’s Newest Paperless Office Solution, The 10-inch Digital Paper

2 New Samsung Galaxy Tablets: One For Work, One Family Entertainment

Prior to the UNPACKED event where the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 and the new Galaxy Watch were announced, Samsung has unveiled two new Android tablets, the Galaxy Tab A and the Galaxy Tab S4, without much fanfare. With smartphones so capable these days, it seems like tablets aren’t get as much love, but anyways, here they are, the new Samsung Galaxy Tab A and Galaxy Tab S4. The former is pitched as family entertainment device while the latter is 2-in-1 device marketed as productivity device that features Samsung DeX and S Pen. Continue reading 2 New Samsung Galaxy Tablets: One For Work, One Family Entertainment

Designer Imagines The Slim Bezel Hype Catches On With iPad Pro

Have you ever look at an iPad Pro and go ewww at the large bezel? I know I do. So far, the edge-to-edge display craze is limited to smartphone. It has not quite proliferate to tablet. Seriously, I hope it does. Bezels are disgusting. They shouldn’t exist at all. That’s my sentiment and perhaps because of my distaste for thick bezel, I was totally smitten by designer Álvaro Pabesio’s iPad Pro concept. Now, Álvaro Pabesio’s concept isn’t edge-to-edge, but it is good enough for now. Continue reading Designer Imagines The Slim Bezel Hype Catches On With iPad Pro

Chuwi Hi 9 Air Is A Budget Android Tablet Without Sacrificing Style

There are thousands of tablet makers out there and we know very well that we can’t (and never will) cover it all, but if there’s a deal or some announcement that we think it will benefit those with tight wallets, we are all for it. The Chuwi Hi 9 Air Android tablet is one such example. From Shenzhen-based tech company Chuwi, Hi 9 Air is the brand’s latest iteration of the Hi 9 line which, despite its less than stellar specs sheet, has a few tricks up its budget sleeve. First and foremost, fans of Android OS will be glad that Hi 9 Air will be shipped with Android Oreo and it has a generously sized IPS display coming in at 10.1-inch (diagonally, of course). Continue reading Chuwi Hi 9 Air Is A Budget Android Tablet Without Sacrificing Style

This DIY Kit Lets Kids Build Their Own Tablet And Get Into The World Of STEM

When I was child, children were expected to earn their keeps, but these days, kids expect grown ups to shove a spoon down their throats. Now, you can do that, or you can continue the good’ol character building tradition by making them earn what they want. There are many ways to approach the latter, but in the case of a tablet, you can either ask them to earn it through their own savings, or you could ask them to build one themselves with the MakePad DIY Touchscreen Tablet by MakePi. MakePad is a DIY tablet kit tailored with the “touchscreen generation” in mind. Continue reading This DIY Kit Lets Kids Build Their Own Tablet And Get Into The World Of STEM