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Articles tagged with: tablet

New Prepaid Mobile Broadband Service From Walmart

Walmart and TruConnect launched a prepaid mobile broadband service that lets you pay for the amount of data you use, rather than monthly. Essentially, you don’t have to pay $40 every month regardless if you used all your data. You just pay for the data you used. The service is called Internet To Go, and it uses Sprint’s 3G wireless network. Its a smart option if you only use your device to check email and do sporadic connections.

Microsoft Releases Its Own Tablet – Calls It Surface

After much speculation, Microsoft’s unveiled a Surface tablet today at a press event. There will be two options for Microsoft’s Surface PC, one powered by Intel’s 22nm Ivy Bridge chips running Windows 8, and another Surface powered by an ARM chipset and Windows RT.

Intel Rethinks It’s Netbook Strategy

With the introduction of so many gadgets and devices all around the world, now the demand for cheap computers has ended and now people desire for performance and better features in their computers.

Now people are concerned with buying either a low-priced tablet or an extremely good computer. Intel’s netbook was a success due to it’s low price, but now the netbook might not attract so many people as it did before.

Texas Instruments Will Deliver All-Day Battery In 2013

Texas Instruments has just made a very bold statement. The company claims that by the year 2013, we will have batteries that will last an entire day with regular use. Of course, what you do on your phone or tablet will make a difference.

Playing a mobile game for 12 hours will be quite different than watching HD video for that same time frame. But either way, it will be extremely useful to those who tend to forget their chargers at home, or at work.

Is 16GB HP TouchPad A Failed Tablet?

Hewlett-Packard launched it’s new HP TouchPad tablet recently in July. The price of the TouchPad initially was $499. But, what has caused this Tablet to land at Woot with just a price of $379 ???

We have been noticing continuous dropping of the price of HP TouchPad since it’s launch. Last weekend, HP dropped the price abruptly to $400 only. This is not over yet, now we can find an HP TouchPad on Woot for only $379. which is 120 dollars less than the launch price of this tablet.

DEAL: HP TouchPad Is Available For $50 Less

In the current run in the dominating tablet industry, it is really hard to keep up. I reckon HP has realized this fact pretty quickly.

HP recently released its HP touchpad, a tablet computer which featured HP’s WebOS 3.0 operating system. Unfortunately, contrary to what HP had hoped, the device had not been able to garner a lot of success because of its competitors such as the iPad 2 and Motorola Xoom.

Samsung Stays Competitive W/ 7″ Super AMOLED Screen

Samsung is taking their work very seriously, and will roll out an improved resolution on their current 7″ AMOLED display. In order to stay competitive with new electronics models, that seem to be rolling out on a weekly basis, it seems like we are entering a pixel war.

Just a few weeks ago, we talked about the possible iPad HD, and greater resolutions all around the table from brand-name electronics manufacturers. News of this new AMOLED shouldn’t come as much of a surprise.

Meet The World’s Thinnest Tablet: EKing T9

Computer firm, Shenzhen Guangxuntong Communication Technology has just announced a new tablet, dubbed the EKing T9 and the company claims that the device is the world’s thinnest tablet PC.

The EKing T9 features a gorgeous 9.7″ IPS capacitive touchscreen display, an Intel Z670 processor clocked at 1.5GHz, 2GB of memory, and has both rear and front facing cameras.

Be Different With The Binatone ReadMe

If you’ve always wanted to stray from the pack, and avoid the likes of the iPad and the Kindle, read this. Electronics manufacturer Binatone, is offering a unique take on the eReader device.

It’s a seven inch Android eReader, and rocks an 800 x 400 pixel display with a QWERTY keyboard located below the screen. While it isn’t a touch screen device, you can navigate with the supplied trackpad to the right of the keyboard.

The Comic Industry Is Working On An iComic Store

To most of us using the latest technology and gadgets, it is useful and convenient. But hasn’t the fog of technology and gadgets taken over the old charms of reading books in bed or having to wait for a comic to arrive mid-week? They have taken away the joy we used to have on Wednesdays when a new version of the Batman or the X-Men comic was released.

People anxiously awaited for the new release and rushed to the comic stores to get their favorite reading. Technology has taken a huge leap with the release of tablets. Even the hardcore comic fans are taking cheap exits by getting their favorite material through piracy and other type of downloads. This is kind of setback for the traditional Comic business.