Tagged: tablet

Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 unveiled: World’s smallest 13-inch laptop that easily turns into a tablet

Consumer Electronics Show is where most Windows devices are revealed. CES 2017 is going to be no different. After the accidental leak of Dell’s new XPS 13 convertible laptop, the company has finally unveiled the XPS 13 2-in-1 – a 13-inch convertible laptop that turn into a tablet most effortlessly. Keeping the power and robustness of the original Dell XPS 13, the new 2-in-1 also features InfinityEdge display, which is a very thin (5.2mm) bezel. Dell claims this convertible laptop with edge-to-edge display is the smallest 13-inch laptop in the world. Read More…

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 is a rugged tablet packed with power

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 ATEX_1

With businesses becoming more interested in durable computing products, rugged laptops and tablets have gone ‘more than ever competitive’ with their advanced features. The reliance of businesses on fully-rugged handheld devices helps them diversify, grow and achieve the right mobility even in those remote and environmentally challenging conditions. A rugged tablet runs as perfect as a desktop in demanding workplaces, withstanding those tough vibrations and extreme temperatures.
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Tablets are fast becoming choice device for mobile gaming

mobile gaming

Mobile gaming can be a lot confusing way to play at times. With the ever changing screen sizes of smartphones we see the screens increase, and sometimes decrease with every year’s release. This is often down to the designer’s whim for what is the latest style of phone. It is one reason that tablet is becoming the mobile gaming device of choice because they have almost the same standard size and screen to body ratio. Also, the big screen size means that you have the freedom to explore game interface in a better way.
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Ridiculously large 18.4-inch Samsung Galaxy View tablet coming soon

Samsung Galaxy View

Samsung has teased us with a large screen slate in the past, and now it’s officially here. What was seen as huge device is actually a ridiculously large 18.4-inch tablet christened Galaxy View. Samsung Galaxy View tablet with its 18.4-inch 1,920 x 1,080 display is designed for people who consume a lot of media. Yeah! If you’re someone who cannot do without Hulu or Netflix, this largest Android mobile device on the market is just perfect for you.  Read More…

Acer Aspire R 14 convertible laptop with unlimited flexibility


Along with Aspire Z3-700 all-in-one PC, Acer announced the Aspire R 14 convertible notebook at the Win 10 event in the Grand Hyatt in Taipei, Taiwan. The Aspire R 14 is an improved version of a laptop announced before by the same name. It now comes with diamond-cut edge design and has slimmer 360-degree dual torque hinge, which offers unlimited convertible flexibility to the laptop.  The Aspire R 14 as you would have guessed is a 14-inch laptop that weighs just 1.9kg (4.1 pound). Read More…

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 announced, how it compares with iPad Pro

Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Microsoft reiterates it’s not trying to be a hardware company, but recently announced playful hardware at Windows 10 devices event confirms Microsoft wants to have a share in the hardware profits that Apple munches the most for now. Microsoft pushed its contention in the hardware market with a flagship tablet, the Surface Pro 4. Pro 4, which isn’t very different to the eye from the Surface Pro 3 (most of us are familiar with) but it is thinner at 8.4 mm, weighs somewhat lighter at 1.69 pounds, features a slightly larger 1 2.3-inch display and comes with revamped specifications. Read More…

Nexus 6P, Chromecast 2.0 and Pixel C tablet announced at the Google Event

Google Nexus Event in San Francisco

Google today made some important announcements at their Nexus Event in San Francisco which included smartphone specs, Android OS release date and other hardware upgrades. The most important ones of them included the announcement of two new Nexus phones, new Chromecast and a tablet. Let’s have a sneak-peak at each one of them.
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Amazon’s $50 Fire Tablet, four reasons you should buy it


Amazon Fire tablet pack of six for $250

Known best for its E-book readers, Amazon has built some tablet too. Foraying into the ever slowing tablet market yet again with the super-budget-friendly $50 Fire Tablet, Amazon believes it can boost the market. The latest Amazon offering features a 1024 by 600 pixel resolution 7-inch display, 8GB of internal storage, a 1.3-gigahertz quad-core processor and a microSD card for up to 128 GB of extra storage. Touting seven hours of battery backup, the 7-inch tablet comes with 0.3-megapixel front facing and 2 megapixel rear cameras. Read More…

iPad Pro announced with Apple pencil and smart keyboard, everything you should know

12.9-inch iPad Pro

If you are someone who always dreamt of a gigantic iPad; Apple granted your wish true at its mega press event at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco – welcome the ‘iPad Pro’. Apple CEO Tim Cook said the iPad Pro is the “biggest news in iPad since the iPad.” The latest edition of the iPad tablet (as rumors suggested) features a 12.9-inch display and comes with a complementing stylus and a keyboard. The iPad Pro with the keyboard seem to be designed to inroad the market left vacant by the Microsoft Surface. Read More…

Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet is tailor-made for the harshest environments

Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet

Dell is out with a tablet that can conquer any kind of weather or working conditions. Meet Dell Latitude 12 Rugged Tablet which is tailor-made for extreme heat, rain or cold. This multi-touch 11.6” display (1366×768 resolution) laptop has a vibrant screen (Direct-View outdoor-readable HD display) that is viewable on the brightest of days without any problem. It can be operated with gloves on which makes it ideal for people with tough tasks on their hands. For example mine workers or people who have to do extensive research in cold zones like Antarctica.
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