Tablets

Blogs about different kinds of tablets come under this category.

Asus Padfone

What do you prefer using?.....A good old smart phone or the latest gadget sensation, the tablet?....For all those who have a hard time answering this, Asus has come up with a whole new answer……The Padfone which is expected to be unveiled at MWC 2012, which is just under three months away now. This whole new concept, which is expected to come out by the third quarter, the next year does pack some top end specs including the new Tegra 3...

Google Currents New Reader App from Google

Google has launched its  magazine reading application called 'Google Currents'. Google Currents allows users to read magazines, newspapers, and other content on their Android and  iOS devices.   “We strive to give you beautiful and simple ways to experience all the content the web has to offer, such as sharing photos on Google+, watching You Tube videos and discovering books, movies and music from Android Market,” says Google in a blog post. “Today we’re expanding our content offering with the introduction of Google Currents,...

HTC Jetstream

Google’s Android Honeycomb OS was the talk of the town as the calendar rolled over to 2011. Billed as Android’s first true tablet OS, most got their first look at Honeycomb during CES where it was loaded on the Motorola Xoom. Since then we have seen numerous Honeycomb-based tablets find their way to market, including the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and the T-Mobile LG G-Slate, both products we’ve since reviewed. Today we’ll be looking at another tablet built around Android, this time coming...

Sony Tablet S

The Sony tablet S is the latest Android tablet to come from one of the world's big tech companies .In the world of iOS and Android tablets, it's often not a question of having all of the best features. Sometimes, having a few unique and well-targeted offerings can help you carve out a niche. That's especially true of the Sony tablet S. While introducing a new tablet into this crouded marketplace is always hard – the Sony Tablet S does...

After low cost tablets now it’s low cost 4G.

After reports of a 4G tablet priced around Rs.3500 scheduled to launched by 2012 end, Reliance Industries Limited is now bundling 4G plans for as low as Rs.10/1GB with it. As of present RIL is the exclusive pan-India 4G license holder. The services are based on LTE technology which till now has only been tested in developed markets. RIL has shelled out about Rs13000 for this spectrum. The Service can be accessed through USB sticks, WiFi modems and any other gadget having 4G...

Amazon’s enters the tablet market with Kindle fire

After the huge success in e-book industry through its e-book reader kindle, amazon is now offering a new product to customers. Kindle Fire is an android based tablet which seamlessly connects with amazon's services and offers unlimited cloud storage. It has a 7-inch screen identical to those used in apple devices through which the user can view 18 million movies, TV shows, songs, magazines, and books all available at amazon's website. It also includes the amazon's silk browser which...

Skype integration in Windows os

With Microsoft’s recent acquisition of Skype, we are expecting more Microsoft products with Skype integration, and in particular Windows Phone. New Windows Phone 7 Mango devices that will be released later are expected with front-facing camera, and Skype may fill the role of being the video chat provider once it begins to work with Microsoft in delivering a deeply integrated experience on the mobile Windows Phone operating system, according to Skype Vice President Neil Stevens. Though Skype already has a number...

Motorola Xoom 2 and Xoom 2 Media Center Review

Motorola Xoom 2 made a new footprint in the field of tables. It arrives at a point where Apple's iPad still dominates in the tablet market. Motorola has introduced two new branded slates Xoom 2 and Xoom 2 media center edtion. The Xoom was the first tablet to arrive with Android Honeycomb, an OS dedicated to the tablet form.  The Xoom 2 looks similar to its predecessor, with some subtle changes. The corners of the slate are slightly cut-off, much like some recent Motorola...

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