The tablet itself runs Android 4.2, display through a seven-inch, 1280 x 800 IPS screen. The rear sports a brushed aluminum surface and a 5-megapixel camera (with a 2.0 module on the front). Continue reading
Tim Hickman, founder and CEO of Gumdrop Cases, has made it a tradition to announce cases for major Apple products ahead of their launches. He’s currently batting 4 for 5, only whiffing badly in 2011 when another of his companies — Hard Candy Cases — released an iPhone 5 case in advance of the iPhone 4S launch and it didn’t fit. It wasn’t even close.
Now Hickman is stepping up to the plate again, trotting out new cases for the iPad 5, which he expects Apple to unveil at next week’s 2013 Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco. Rumors and leaked images of a new “large” iPad with a trimmer design have been circulating for months, but the time frame for its launch remains up in the air. Initially, some Apple watchers thought the company would unveil the product at this year’s WWDC[world wide developer’s conference], but other reports had the launch being pushed to this fall[August]. Continue reading
Remember the Wikipad, the Android-powered gaming tablet/hefty controller rig combo that was supposed to launch in 2012 before suffering delay after delay? Well, the wait is just about over as the company announced earlier today that the $249 gaming tablet will be available on U.S. store shelves starting on June 11, and that a global launch is being prepped for the summer[later in june]. Continue reading
The Acer W3 Windows 8 tablet.
The time has come for PC manufacturers to start unveiling new hardware in association with Intel’s forthcoming fourth-gen Core i-series “Haswell” processors, and some are doing it earlier than others.
Acer, recently busy with its Star Trek[yes,the movie] inspired Aspire R7 unveiling, has announced even more PC products: a new 8-inch Windows 8 tablet, a second slim S3 ultrabook to accompany the also-updated S7, and a refreshed Aspire Z3 all-in-one desktop PC. Some of them feature Intel’s newest fourth-gen “Haswell” processors. Here’s the brief news on each. Continue reading
Here’s the brand new Sony Xperia Z tablet,this ultra thin gadget been
- 172 x 266 x 6.9 mm and
- 6.8 x 10.47 x 0.24 inches in dimension.It sports a Continue reading
Samsung today decided to show the world the new introduction to their tablet family,the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 measuring in at 8 inches it’s the Tablet that fits perfectly into one’s hand .
The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 ships out with Android version 4.2[new jelly bean] and sports a 1,280×800-pixel resolution TFT display, housing a 1.5GHz dual-core processor with 1.5GB of RAM on-board.
The 8-inch tablet will come with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage and is designed to fit comfortably in one hand. It also features a 5-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and microSD card expansion slot. Continue reading
Samsung is slated to unveil the next Intel-based Galaxy tablet at Computex, which starts 4 June. It will run Android 4.2.2 and sport a 1280×800 display.
What’s odd is that Samsung is a chipmaking giant in its own right and considered an Intel rival in Android mobile devices. For example, its Exynos series of chips power the Galaxy smartphones and Galaxy tablets.
But it may have good reason to tap Intel technology. Continue reading
World renowned wireless chip-makers Broadcom Corp are ramping up more chips designed to support 5G Wi-Fi, which is the new 802.11ac wi-fi connection.
The chipmaker today[thursday] announced its first 5G Wi-Fi combo chips designed specifically for entry-level consumer devices, meaning PCs, notebooks,tablets, and smartphones. Combo chips offer Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM radio all in one package. This second generation of 5G Wi-Fi chips includes the same features as Broadcom’s current lineup but integrates more components to keep costs down. Continue reading
CEO of Nvidia Corp. Jen-Hsun Huang said during the company’s fiscal first quarter conference call that:”A great tablet is clearly better than a cheap PC”.Although a bit controversial,but you’ll have to agree with the fact that Tablets today are beginning to function much better than PC’s with low-end specs,and backing up this idea will be Android, as Nvidia are looking forward to integrating the new pro Android Tablets with their new Tegra 4 chip.
This clearly states that there is a possibility that PC’s with low level performances could actually be replaced with Tablets and to support this point..recent studies have shown the decline in Pc sales and increase in that of Tablets[especially because of the “failed Windows 8” Pc sales worldwide].
Furthermore,Nvidia are looking forward to a new variant in their Tegra 4 chip,the Tegra 4i.Here are some similarities and differences between them. Continue reading
Maybe,its probably just a rumour but sources tell that Taiwanese based manufacturers HTC are planning on releasing two mighty tablets this year by 2013.One of them is said to be a 7 inched full HD Display Windows RT[OS 8] powered tablet called the R7 which possesses a processor speed of 2.3 GHz ,quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor,2GB Ram functional memory.And will also feature a 13 megapixel auto focus rear camera and will come out with 16 GB of internal memory supporting expansion up to 32 GB via microSD card[External Memory]. Continue reading
Rumour has it that Samsung and Google are working together to create a Nexus.Well,I guess their collaboration is not a suprise,but the only suprising thing is that Google are actually letting them[Samsung] produce this device.And as we all know Google Privately owns the Nexus line of android devices.The Samsung Nexus 11 is to be expected this year.
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