October 1st, 2012
I was very excited to use a virtual keyboard but my experience of typing on this keyboard is bad…There are some virtual keyboards which may be less bad but the ultimate experience is ‘all are bad’. Why use these bad keyboards? Well, the virtual keyboards are used so that we access a larger screen of the phones. That’s the sole reason why keyboards are the greatest selling accessories for tablets and iPads.
Is it painful for you to use the virtual keyboard anyway? Kickstarter has brought a solution for you – Journo, the pocketable keyboard. Although this keyboard is not new, but it was surely missing from mobile world.
» Read more: Bluetooth Pocketable Keyboard from Kickstarter for Android and iOS Phones
August 24th, 2012
It’s a smartphone…it’s a tablet…no, it’s a phablet! The Dell Streak released in 2010 perhaps owns the title of being the first phablet to hit the consumer market. The term “phablet” refers to any device with larger touchscreens of 5 inches and above. It is also distinguished by its use of a stylus pen. The idea of a phablet is for you to enjoy the best of both smartphones and tablets, eliminating the need for other devices.
The Samsung Galaxy Note, which put the phablet into the mainstream market, is perhaps the phablet to beat at present. With the Note’s success comes a new phablet player in the market, the LG Optimus Vu, which was announced at the Mobile World Congress back in February. Rumors have it that that this direct competitor to the Galaxy Note will don the Verizon logo and will be released this September as of this writing. The question is, is it worth it?
Size and Display – The LG Optimus Vu boasts of a 5-inch, 1024-by-768-pixel, HD IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen. By comparison, the Note has a 5.3 inch HD Super AMOLED screen, corning Gorilla glass, and a higher resolution of 1280 X 800. At 8.5mm, you will find the VU to be slimmer than the Note, which is 9.65mm thick.
» Read more: The New LG Optimus Vu Phablet: Pass or Buy?
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March 27th, 2011
Last time we hear about worlds most expensive iPhone4 covered with diamonds on the side, this time its all about iPad 2 and the digits we are looking into is $8.2 million dollars. WOW!! The man behind all this crazy stuff is Stuart Hughes.
Liverpool-based Stuart Hughes has already impressed us with the luxurious TV sets, Gucci diamond belt, Bugatti Veyron Diamond, blinged iPhone, worlds’ most expensive iPhone wallet, the world’s most expensive suit and the world’s most expensive bespoke music center. But, this time, Stuart Hughes has done the extreme by taking the wraps off its new iPad 2 Gold History Edition, which costs a whopping £5,000,000 (about $8.15 million). It comes festooned with 12.5 carats of ‘I’F’ Flawless diamonds, a total of 53 individually set sparkling gems done beautifully in solid 24ct Apple logo with rear section formed again in 24ct gold, weighing in at 2,000 grams.
» Read more: World’s most expensive iPad 2 costs $8.2 million
March 26th, 2011
Samsung launched two of their best tablets Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. One of the newly revealed tablets is Galaxy tab 10.1, which packs 1GHz dual-core processor and is the thinnest tablet on the planet. The tablet is thinner than iPad 2.
Here is the head to head comparison of the two new Samsung tablets and the Apple iPad 2 on some of their most important features.
» Read more: Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 vs Apple iPad 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1
March 26th, 2011
Samsung has officially launched two of their most famous Galaxy Tablets. Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Both the tablets are very much similar in various aspects like OS, 4G and Wi-Fi support, 8.6mm thickness. Let’s have a look at the specs and price in detail.
Galaxy Tab 8.9 Specifications:
* 8.9-inch screen
* 1280 x 600-pixel resolution
* weight 470g
* 8.6mm thick
* 1GHz dual-core processor
* 802.11n Wi-Fi
* 3 megapixel rear camera and 2 megapixel Front
* 1080p HD video Playback
» Read more: Samsung Officially Launched Two New Galaxy Tab
January 31st, 2011
Finally. Android 3.0 Honeycomb. It’s been talked about, it’s been rumored, it’s had spy shots taken, but all that was unofficial. Next week that all changes when, according to Mobilized, Google officially shows off the next major version of its open source operating system.
Everyone knows Android 3.0 is optimized for tablets and will be bringing some new feature sets, and it’s even been shown off a bit from afar. But this time it’s personal: real people will be getting their hands on actual demo units to see just what it can really do.
Admittedly, it’s not the most advanciest of advances: next month the Motorola Xoom is scheduled to hit the street, and shortly after that the new LG Tablet will be out on T-Mobile’s network. Both use the new Android 3.0 as their operating system.
So what though? For those that have been waiting eagerly to see just what’s what with the new OS, the time will come next Wednesday, in Mountain View. Sadly, mere mortals aren’t invited, but there should be plenty of coverage from every major tech blog. As for other announcements that may or may not happen at the event, Google is tight-lipped – but don’t be surprised to see something unexpected.