Tablets

BlackBerry  Joins Hands with Samsung and IBM to Launch  SecuTablet

March 17, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

BlackBerry , once the final word in business-oriented smartphones, is slowly drawing out measures to win back its bygone glory. But they are not pulling the strings alone this time. Joining hands with them are indeed some big names from the mobile and computing world. The Canadian company is now entering into a partnership with […]

Toshiba Holds Aloft Stylus Technology with Newly Announced Encore 2 Write Slate

January 7, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We recently came across the patent Apple was granted for its stylus. That was indeed a hint for a change that would be happening soon with the digital pen technology in the mobile and computing field. The ongoing CES is now reaffirming the same. While many stylus-accompanied gadgets are expected to break the seal at […]

Ematic Steps in to Move Ahead with the Flow of Low-Priced Windows Tablets

December 2, 2014, By Daniel Rapcencu

Rewind a few months and it would have been hard to imagine Windows tablets with a not-so-hefty price tag. Times have changed. Sub-100 dollar tablets are common now, thanks to manufacturers like HP, Toshiba, E-FUN, and the like. Now the efforts are being carried forward in high spirits and cheap tablet manufacturers are turning towards […]

Apple Gold iPad Air 2 Comes Sporting Touch Id Sensor and Better Processor

October 16, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

We are standing just a tad away from the Apple event to occur at Cupertino and amidst the plethora of rumors that are flooding the headline space. Retina Display iMac and Yosemite OS have had a transcending appearance, but recent news had shed light on the new iPad Air that may make its debut at the […]

Kobo Exiting Tablet Frontier; to Focus on e-Book Readers

October 15, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There is hardly some air to breathe if you happen to be stacked between the range of tablets that are flooding the market these days. Failure to lure the masses have also led companies to revamp existing ones and put them back on the racks. But some of them aren’t just interested in doing so […]

HTC Nexus 9 Slate Rumored to be Unveiled  in a Couple of Days

October 13, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Latest news from the tech world has now shed some light on the rumored Nexus tablet that has been in the making for quite some time now. We hear that the Nexus 9 tablet will make its debut in the coming weeks with a mass-scale release scheduled for next month. The Nexus 9 tablet is […]

Cook Well with Assistance from Qook; Kitchen-centric Slate is the In Thing

October 1, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tablets are turning out to be more specific in their utility nowadays. Game specific, kid centric, media centric… The list just goes on. Name a thing and you could have the tablet designed for your task. So, why not a tablet that guides you to be the master-chef in kitchen? Qook is the answer for […]

 Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets for Kids Come with Worry-Free Offerings

September 18, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Well, tablets focused primarily and exclusively on kids aren’t new. But when Amazon announced their new range of tablets that included slates designed for kids, they had much more in mind than the usual offerings. It isn’t the specs, which definitely the toddlers would be least bothered of, that Amazon has focused on. A replacement […]

Asus Shifts Gear with Full HD Transformer Pads; Releasing in September

August 29, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Asus has managed to maintain the hype on its laptops and smartphones. With the latest Zenphone 5, the company made it very clear they are a force to reckon with. But when it comes to the tablet category, Asus has been lagging in terms of the specs the slates offer. In a bid to curb […]

Archos Set to Charm IFA 2014 with a bunch of Android and Windows Devices

August 29, 2014, By Daniel Rapcencu

The upcoming IFA 2014 expo to be held at Berlin next month has already geared up the intensity with a wide range of devices expected to be featured. Among those are a newly listed bunch of rigs from the French electronic manufacturers Archos. Archos has listed out tablets and smartphones running on both Android as […]

Big Tab from Fuhu Aims at Social Interaction Among Kids

August 25, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Tablet devices are piling up and each one seems to offer something unique. In the midst of all this, Fuhu has announced its new tablet to be launched soon and it targets the KIDS. Big tab it, indeed, is. We are not just describing how big the tablet is, but the company is calling it […]

Kingsing W8 Could Kickstart Price Cut in Windows Slate Scene

August 4, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wait a bit before you decide to switch over to an Android tablet due to budget issues. The Kingsing W8 tablet is set to kick start a price drop in the Windows tablets scenario. Chinese tablet maker Kingsing has priced its new Windows tablet, Kingsing Windows W8, under the $100 mark. With a slew of […]

Hisense Sero 7+ Budget Slate Looks to Create an Impression

July 21, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Inclusion of decent specs with a massive cut down in prices has been the success formula for a major share of tablet makers. And it seems like Hisense is also willing to take the road more taken, by introducing the new budget slate christened Hisense sero 7+. The low-cost Android tablet is a facelift to […]

Large-Display Sporting Smartphones Seen as Devouring Small Slate Market

July 10, 2014, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Big is definitely in. The tablet market is more inclined towards the larger smartphones. Or, so says research conducted on this terrain. It has been found that smaller slates are losing their battle with the smart phones that offer larger screen sizes. Market researcher NPD DisplaySearch in their study has come to a conclusion that […]

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