Showing posts with label Tablet. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Tablet. Show all posts

Saturday, 17 December 2016

Top 5 Tablets of 2016

Pixel C
The reign of tablet has taken a hit in past couple of years as the popularity and interest in these devices dwindled among the consumers. This trend is directly related to availability of high performing Smartphone with bigger screen which gave direct competition to the tablets. But tablet maker swiftly came up with an innovative idea of turning tablets into computer on a whole new different level within affordable price point. Here are some of the best laptops which you can buy during the holiday sale of 2016.


Apple supremacy in the tablet segment is still here. Apple has launched a slew of updated version of iPad range a while back to keep pressure on the competitors and upholds it supremacy. iPad Pro comes with a beautiful display and it is fast as a laptop and comes in two different screen choices of 9.7 inches and 13.9 inches. iPad Pro has a top-notch quality, high-end specification for faster performance, brighter display for enhanced viewing experience, incredible sound output with great speakers and the support for Apple Pencil & Smart Keyword is added benefit.

Google Pixel C

Google is gradually taking the Android segment with a storm by the launch of its own range of smartphone and tablets. Google Pixel C comes loaded with top-end specification which offers incredible performance. It has a high resolution 10.2 inch display along with a long lasting battery couple with an adonised aluminum frame for elegant look. It also has support for keyword but it has to be bought separately like Apple’s iPad.

Microsoft Surface Pro 4

Microsoft Surface Pro is the best when it comes to detachable devices. It might not have garnered praise or recognition like Google and Apple offering but in terms of design and performance it is way better than their offering. Surface Pro 4 come with 12.3 inch high resolution display, 6th generation of Core Intel processor and an optional keyword with an awesome tackpad. It is the most expensive tablet at the moment with a commanding price of over $1000 and it runs the latest version of Windows 10 OS.

iPad Mini 4

If you are looking for a small, light and sturdy tablet then iPad Mini 4 is the right choice. It comes with 7.9 inch Retina display, impressive camera, faster processor and multi-screen functionality. It is best suited for those who love to grab-and-go and it is powerful enough to run multiple apps at once and users can use two apps at the same time with the built in multitasking functionality.

Samsung Galaxy S Tab 2

Samsung device offers the best display screen with its homegrown vivid AMOLED display. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 is one of the lightest and thinnest high end tablet available in the market. It has a an 8inch screen and a high performing speedy octa core processor which runs the latest version of Android. It has a fairly low boot time compared to other tablets and has the cheapest price point.

Sunday, 27 October 2013

Tablet vs. Phablet

Tablet vs. Phablet
Tablets are the one of the form of mobile computers which has display, battery and circuits in a single unit itself. Latest trends in technology make the manufacturers to manufacture the tablets with latest technologies which include cameras, accelerometer and various sensors. Even you can easily attach keyboard with your tablets by using usb ports in those tablets. Tablets may include external physical functions with some of the features. You can even experience virtual keyboard over the screen of the tablet which let you to perform various input operation over the device without attaching any external interfaces for inputs.

Phablets are nothing but they are smart phones with screen size more than 5 inches which are especially designed to combine the functionalities between the Smartphone and the tablets. Main objective of the Phablets is to eliminate the usage of both devices such as mobile phones and tablets. As the name itself suggests us that it is the combination of both mobile phones and tablets devices. Phablets will help the users to perform various activities such as browsing and viewing the multimedia files in an efficient ways. The major evolution of the Phablets is based on the importance which is given to viewing multimedia files along with increased battery capacity.

In tablets, you cannot make call and you cannot use it as like mobile phones. If you want to make a call, then it will cost more since you need to use 3G or 4G networks. You have to always keep a big bag in order to carry that device with you. You cannot put that tablet in your pocket and you have to pull that larger screen out of the bag in order to check anything. Suppose if you need to make a Skype call, then you should keep those larger screen on your ear. But Phablets are totally apart from the tablet devices, you can use your Phablets as a mobile phone as well as a tablet device. Phablets are smaller, thinner when compared to tablets and similarly they are larger and more effective than the mobile phones. You can easily carry those devices with you wherever you are going.

You can simply keep this device in your pocket itself. Phablets gives you more effectiveness if you were browsing the internet and accessing media files. You can even perform various sketching operations in your Phablets devices. The screen size will varies from 5 inch to 7 inch which depends upon the manufacturers and the price level of the Phablets. You can perform various operations which are similar to smart phones such as downloading files, making calls and sending text messages and so on. Phablets resembles the tablet in look, but they do different operations similar to your Smartphone devices. Various Phablets devices in the markets are Samsung galaxy note series, Sony xperia z, Sony xperia z1, LG optimus and other similar smart phones. You can use these devices as a smart phones as well as a tablet for performing various functions. Hope so you have read these differences between the tablets and Phablets, kindly forward your responses over the comments.

Saturday, 10 August 2013

Nvidia is working on a tablet for 2014

After the mobile games console Shield; Nvidia apparently wants to join into the tablet market and developed its own seven-inch tablet. Hence you may expect a standard and a high-end variant soon. The budget version of the Nvidia Tablets should be equipped with the Tegra mobile processor. According to rumors, Nvidia is working on its own seven-inch tablet, which will be published in spring 2014. This could come in two different models in the market; one will be a cheaper variant based on the Tegra mobile processor and the other as a high-end device with the next Tegra chip, codenamed "Logan".

 As there is no official confirmation, further details of the alleged Tablets are not known. Even if this information should be treated with caution, it is quite conceivable that Nvidia to develop its own games console shield for the mobile gaming sector now wants to enter the tablet business. It is clear that Nvidia will have with jumping into the tablet market is not an easy game: With affordably priced tablets from Samsung, the next generation tablet from Apple and Microsoft's Tablet PC competition is fierce. First remains to be seen if Nvidia confirmed the construction of the tablet and whether the graphics card manufacturers then asserts itself against its competitors. The question is also whether the tablet will be released at the earliest.

Saturday, 22 June 2013

Samsung unveils tablet Ativ Q with two OS

Samsung has unveiled the ATIV Q, a tablet with both Android Jelly Bean as Windows 8 operating system. That is not the only thing you notice about the device. Q ATIV the Company also has a 13.3 inch screen with a resolution of 3200 x 1800 pixels (275ppi). The screen is optimized by Samsung for use in bright sunlight, offers a wide viewing angle 178 degrees and can be operated with the supplied S Pen. As mentioned above, the ATIV Q VSAN provides two control systems. Switching between these two systems is super easy by simply pressing the Start button, restart is not necessary. The tablet is equipped with a Core i5 Haswell processor, 4GB RAM, and a 128GB SSD, a microHDMI jack, a USB2.0 and USB3.0 port, and a battery that lasts nine hours. The casing is made of magnesium and 13.9 mm thick. The ATIV Q is available from the end of August and will cost 1,699 Euros.

Monday, 20 May 2013

Sony has unveiled its latest prototype tablet with virtual ink technology

Sony has unveiled its latest prototype tablet with virtual ink technology. The Japanese firm will target high school students and students with this workbook a new genre. It is certainly a story that will delight schoolchildren and students who find their heavy bags too! The Japanese company Sony has just unveiled its latest prototype tablet. After successful reading lights, here comes a slate tablet. You heard right, a slate tablet: that is to say that you can write as if it were a blank sheet of paper or a slate with a stylus and especially thanks to the electronic ink technology or paper mail (e-ink in English). This prototype has a screen of 13.3 inches, about the size of A4 paper used by most of the world's population, for a resolution of 1200 x 1600. The touch screen works with electromagnetic induction technology to allow users to click on certain parts of the screen with the stylus when it is needed. This tablet has so far a battery life of several weeks (Wi-Fi off) and has USB ports and SD cards, although currently the only type of file is that it supports the PDF format. Sony also said that many of these tablets should be provided to three Japanese universities by the end of 2013, before a likely global marketing for 2014. After the revolution of e-readers, Sony promises great things with this electronic paper! It is clearly seen taking notes with this tablet super convenient: more pen marks on the fingers or on the notebook: D! Would you be willing to buy this kind of tablet for your kids?

Saturday, 11 May 2013

Latest details on the Google Tablet Nexus 11!

The next Google Nexus tablet may apparently called Nexus11. The device comes with octa-core processor and Super PLS display according to the sources.Samsung and Google appear to work on a new Nexus tablet. This is clear from Samsung's plans for 2013. Accordingly, the Nexus 11has a Super PLS display, with a screen size of eleven inches. The device has two cameras, which are of with eight and two megapixels. Furthermore, the octa-core processor Exynos 5410th are the processor in the Nexus 11 and they are used for the first time in Nexus 11. Rumors are more about a microSD slot circles around the ideas of the Google tablet. The card slot to expand the memory up to 64 gigabytes which is the possibility of missing a lot of users in previous models. Furthermore, it is conceivable that the Nexus 11 is one of the first Key Lime Pie devices. The idea of the operating system to take place two to four months after Google's I / O. The developer conference will be held in mid-May 2013 and the predecessor already had Android 4.2 pioneer.

Sunday, 3 March 2013

Sony Tablet Z

Presented in late January in Japan, Tablet Z is one of the main attractions on the Sony stand - you can see why once you've touched. The first sensation is the surprise: this tablet 10.1 "is only 6.9 mm thick and weighing only 495 g. It is very light and very thin, but very strong at the same time. The Tablet Z resistant to twisting and caches ports which provide protection to projections and dust seem reliable.

 The screen px 080 1920 x1 is of good quality, though perhaps a little too bright. We find the Bravia 2 processor, which offers rich colors, almost too much. Difficult to be choosy before the level of performance offered by the 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and Adreno 320 graphics chip. The Xperia Z is full of small functional details: it integrates the following Sony apps and content, it includes a module for infrared remote office and NFC to be connected quickly to a compatible sound system for example.

 Note that the 16 or 32 GB of storage can be expanded via microSD card and its 8.1MP Exmor R sensor is not bad at all. The new visual language Sony has done with the quirks of the Tablet S and P in favor of clean, simple lines. The abandonment of rounding means that the Tablet Z is a little less pleasant to handle, but its lightness and matt back and slightly offset gripping. Z Tablet is simple, light, classy, and impressive as the most of the Android Tablet rarely did. The launch date of the Tablet Z is still unknown, but the prices are "similar" to those of competing tablets according to a Sony representative.

Friday, 4 May 2012

Draw Something: these exceptional drawings - II


The hero of Lord of the Rings, Frodo, is also drawn in the version of the film adaptation of Peter Jackson.

Draw Something: these exceptional drawings - I

 Star Wars

Draw something is applying star of the moment. Especially, it has already produced some notable productions. Drawings of unusual, so pushed into the details it is hard to believe they were carried out on a smartphone or tablet.

If you too are players Draw Something, know that Mono-live has launched a call for papers on the forum. Your best drawings may well be published on our Facebook page.

Saturday, 11 February 2012

Super Bowl: more than 12 million reviews online

Every year the Super Bowl is the sporting event of superlatives. In addition to the 111.3 million viewers, were counted for the latest issue of 12.2 million comments on social media.

Comment live on the Internet what you look on television is becoming a real habit. This figure of 12.2 million comments during the Super Bowl was established by Bluefin Labs, a company specializing in the analysis of social TV. It is thus 5.4 million unique users who have commented on the event, an increase of 600% over 2011.

Friday, 14 October 2011

Sony S: a tablet really different?

The late arrival of Sony took the form of promise. The Japanese giant aware of the delay at startup announced a tablet really different. Problem: how to make a new product based on a proven operating system already, namely Honeycomb Android 3.1 (updated in 3.2 possible). That's why Sony has not only to rethink the design of the tablet, it has also reworked its interface by adding an overlay and native applications exclusive.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Lifebook Tablet

After using the tablets to current success, the designer Alan Donnelly already imagine the shelf tomorrow Lifebook Tablet.