Tablet Articles

Ubuntu Tablet with Convergence can be used as PC

Ubuntu TabletGood news everybody: Canonical has announced the new Ubuntu tablet. It can be instantly turned into a desktop PC just by connecting a keyboard and a mouse. Sounds nice? You can even add a monitor to the mix to get the full PC experience from the tablet.

This is one different way of looking at these multipurpose devices unlike the convertibles released by Asus (Asus  Transformer series) or Microsoft (Surface Book). The lines between smartphones, tablets and laptops are getting blurred everyday with the release of each new device. A close similar experience on the Windows side can be found with the Windows 10 phones with ‘Continuum for Phones’. In that case, the user has to plug the Windows Phone to a dock that is connected to a monitor, a keyboard and a mouse. That phone is already available in the market.

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Remixing The Tablet With Remix

  • 29/03/2015 at 20:05 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

Remix TabletA tablet isn’t a laptop. They’re fun, they’re useful, but they’re not a laptop. There’s potential there, but some companies focus on the image more than practicality. Time to Remix what a tablet is to allow it to fulfil its promise of being a computer more than a complementary device.

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Xiaomi unveils world’s first Tegra K1 tablet, the Mi Pad

  • 15/05/2014 at 21:35 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Gadgets

Xiaomi Mi PadToday, during an event that took place at Beijing, Xiaomi launched their first ever tablet, called Mi Pad. According to reports, it is a plastic iPad clone, a point that was obvious from the name of the tablet.

The Chinese company has become well known for two things: offering low cost alternatives with the mobile market, and blatantly ripping off popular products to make their own. Despite that, they are a valid player gaining increasing traction in a market where low costs devices are in high demand.

Looks-wise, it is pretty much an iPad mini. The brightly colored plastic has a large screen with a thin border and rounded sides. There are three buttons on the bottom to get to the menu screen, go back and pull up settings.  Honestly, other than the colors (which are a bit brighter) it is indistinguishable on sight from high-end tablets.

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Samsung expands their tablet line with budget friendly Galaxy Tab 3 Lite

  • 16/01/2014 at 21:10 by It's a Gadget Staff
  • Technology

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 LiteSamsung has announced that they will be releasing a new tablet in the Galaxy line, the Galaxy Tab 3 Lite. While there is no word yet on the price, based on the tech specs it looks as though the company is aiming for a more budget friendly tablet this time around.

Though they have put a lot of focus on high end technology, Samsung has not forgotten the potential for users with simpler needs. They have been slowly releasing more affordable options, and based on the hardware, the Tab 3 Lite looks like it falls into that category.

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NVIDIA Tegra Note reference tablet is official for $199

  • 18/09/2013 at 18:24 by It's a Gadget Staff
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Nvidia Tegra Note TabletOriginally demoed a month ago at Computex 2013, the Tegra will go beyond their Project KAI Tegra 3 design. The Tegra Note tablet will have both original hardware and a complete operating system from the company, making it a new kind of high performance device without the price tag.

Last year the Nexus 7 became one of the most popular Android tablets released, and it remains popular to this day. NVIDIA was at least partially responsible for that success, thanks to their work on developing affordable high-tech hardware and software components used on the device. But now they are releasing their own Tegra Note, which further improves on the concept.

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Amazon wants to expand everywhere

Amazon LogoWell it looks like Amazon is on another push to grow as a company. They have already previously mentioned that they are betting a lot on switching to digital in the past. It’s very apparent first with their push on ebooks, the Kindle and the Kindle Fire.

Amazon is clearly not done with its expansion though and is just gearing up to do even more. From new employees to tablets and beyond – Amazon has quite a few changes in the near future up its sleeves.

Amazon’s Workforce

In a push to expand the workforce in its warehouses, Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos has made an interesting offer on Amazon’s front page today. He is committed to a huge recruitment drive. Not only are they trying to expand their work force but they are making a very nice incentive to current longstanding employees.

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Apple announced The New iPad: Retina Display, 4G LTE and Quad-Core Graphics

The New iPad Retina DisplayWhile some are still calling it the iPad 3, Apple has made the decision to give their newest device a reputation of its own. Undoubtedly, “The New iPad” is the greatest tablet yet but it still features many of the previous conveniences, plus a few newer ones.

When taking the first look, the new iPad resembles its predecessors quite strongly, until your eyes get caught on its brilliant and crystal-clear screen. The 2,048 x 1,536 resolution of the display will satisfy even the most demanding customers, especially those who have a phobia of images lacking pixel density. To describe it in one word, the new iPad is simply splendid and there is no other gadget or device that can compare to it. Well, at least not yet.

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