Ever since Intel released the Classmate PC more than a few years ago, it has taken a very bold step in providing educational technology to students in the developing and developed world. The company has presently announced the next phase of its hard work. Yes, it publicized a pair of tablets that are designed to interface with sensor packages, including educational software, and are Android based rather than Microsoft Windows.
Offering discount is a wise way of attracting consumer to your product and to avail the most amazing discount opportunity, it is just the right time to get your hands on the Microsoft Surface RT and Surface Pro. According to the sources, Microsoft is giving away its first generation Surface tablets for free or either at an amazingly low price, reason being it wants to clear the stock before the second generation products arrive.
It seems like Toshiba has its own charm by doing it three times. Earlier it was the “thrive” series and then coming up a bit short with it’s the “Excite” line. The company has completely replaced it with three new models which include Excite pure, Excite pro and Excite Write sharing almost the same body and dimensions.
The sub-10-inch tablet market is exploding, especially with the success and popularity of Google’s Nexus 7 tablet. It looks like Samsung will be releasing two sub-10-inch tablets before the end of 2013. These tablets include a 7-inch Galaxy Tab DUOS 7.0 and an 8-inch Galaxy Tab 8.0. It is confirmed that both of these tablets will be running Android, but no word on pricing or when they will be available.
It’s good news all round for the many tablet fans of the world. While Microsoft works on a smaller 7-inch surface tablet, there are other tablets looking to complete in this exciting market. 2013 is going to be a big year for tablets and we have already seen some great tablets released. Read on as we go over some of the up and coming tablets of 2013.
As technology expands and more gadgets are being used to surf the internet, companies are consistently working on creating new toys for the big kids to play with! With all the tablets that are hitting the market every month, it can be confusing as to which one to choose, especially without putting a dent in your pocket. Tablets aren’t just becoming a toy to play with or used as a bedtime read, in fact, many professionals use tablets to get work done while on the go, or even at home. The features and capabilities the tablets have expanded to, allow people to use tablets almost just as much as they use their computers. These are the top 3 tablets to consider for just under $300!
In 2012 Lenovo was the world’s fastest-growing PC company. So what does Lenovo have planned for 2013? Quiet a lot! Starting with their tablets and Ultrabooks they showed us the X1 Carbon Touch, which is the world’s lightest 14-inch touch Ultrabook. The ThinkPad Tablet 2, which is the world’s lightest Windows 8 Pro tablet. And finally the ThinkPad Helix convertible Ultrabook. Lenovo has a new line of portable monitors, both wireless and USB 3.0 wired. These portable monitors will give you touch on your device and act as a second display. The coolest product Lenovo showed us was the IdeaCentre Horizon which is a 27-inch all-in-one PC. Finally we were shown the new Erazer X700 liquid-cooled gaming PC.
The surrogate mother to the Android tablet has recently been overshadowed by companies like ASUS and Samsung due to superior hardware and product support. Those days are GONE! Archos has revamped the idea of Android tablet and had developed some of the most hardware intensive options currently on the market. With specifications similar to the likes of the iPad any lover of Android should be salivating. Archos has also continued with the innovation of the external functionality of the standard tablet by developing tablet models centered around gaming and productivity. Archos was never gone but was sometimes forgotten…in 2013 they will be a company to be remembered.
Not everyone likes to sit behind a desk in order to access the internet. For many, life is too hectic to ever truly sit down and do such a thing.
In this regard, here are two gadgets that are highly useful for those people who are always busy. Both the smartphone and the tablet are recent innovations in technology. Both make good use of the internet and are portable, so which is the best for your needs?
When it comes to choosing a device these days things are much different than they were just a few years ago. Now there are so many devices that allow us to complete our daily tasks that it is hard and even sometimes confusing to choose a device when it is time for an upgrade or a new purchase. Intel knows this and we sat down with them to discuss some of the latest Intel-powered Ultrabooks and tablets. They not only let us get our hands on these devices but explained many of the features that are built-in on a hardware level that you will not find with a non-Intel system. Read on as we show you some of these new devices and give you an idea of what to expect to see from Intel-powered devices in the future.