Panasonic brings to the market the all new two in one versatile Ultrabook which is sure to break the ice finally with all the amazing features packed in one small form factor. Featuring the 11.6″ Full HD, 10 finger multi touch IPS anti-glare display, the Ultrabook quite obviously reveals that Panasonic wants its customers to get the best computing experience; whether it is work related or purely for entertainment.
The Miix2 8-inch tablet has officially been announced by Lenovo sometime yesterday. Featuring Windows 8.1, the device is presented as carrying a multi mode and has a lot of features in house for instance the Intel quad-core processor and IPS wide-angle, high-definition display; all this that has been packed into a small tablet form.
Sharp Corporation, a Japanese based manufacturer of electronics, surprises the world at the CEATEC show in Japan with the introduction of its Mebius Pad; Sharp’s very own Windows 8 tablet. Sharp has kicked off with its extraordinary performance with this newest tablet and the Mebius Pad surely breaks through the clutter with its resolution display of 2,560 x 1,600. This is quite dominant in the pool of other Windows 8 tablets as they all have max resolution of 1080p.
Getting news about newer releases and reviews of new laptops is getting quite mainstream and LG wasn’t the one to stay behind. LG Korea finally decided to join the bandwagon and has introduced its two new Ultrabooks and a tablet equipped with Windows 8. The highlights of these new releases were the Ultrabooks which were only introduced in the Korean region and hence nobody knows for sure when the details and specifications will unveil in the United States and other parts of the world.
Rumors have been heating up that Amazon will soon be releasing new Kindle Fire tablets. This does makes sense as Amazon recently lowered the price of the Kindle family and holiday season is right around the corner. It looks like the first press shot of the a new Amazon Kindle has been leaked. Don’t be too excited it looks almost identical to the Kindle’s that are out now.
The Transformer Book Trio, based on the two world famous operating systems of Windows and Android, has finally been announced by ASUS and is expected to enter the markets soon enough. The machine providing super portability can be used as a tablet and a laptop at the same time by more than one person. This has been made possible with the two part dock-able design which brings together the portable tablet and the laptop. The dock of the Transformer book trio can be used as a normal PC station once a monitor has been attached to its head while the other part can be used as a tablet.
A Windows RT tablet from Nokia has been spotted in the wild and that too with Verizon and 4G LTE logos on the back. We can clearly see from the leaked photo that the tablet is using Nokia’s unibody polycarbonate design and the aggressive red color is looking cool.
Intel is all set to release its most powerful mobile chip to date “Bay Trail” quad-core SoC this fall, and the company has already made big promises with its next generation chips like $200 Windows 8 tablets. According to Zauba’s shipping documents, the first Samsung tablet to use this beastly chipset is shipped for testing with the reference number FTXI02W0000026 which is common for all Bay Trail devices.
Unfortunately Windows RT (Microsoft’s new operating system developed specially for tablets with ARM chips) is not getting much success. Sales have not been up to mark and pretty disappointing so far. A number of large companies have completely decided to abandon the sales and either move to full version of Windows 8 or Android.
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