The 7-inch tablet market segment is just heating up. Originally led by Google Nexus 7 first and now second generation, competition in this segment is not slowing down in 2014 even with the introduction of slightly bigger devices such as the 8-inch tablets.
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During my good old days of assembling custom-built PCs, Asus was always a good choice for motherboards and later for display adapters. Asus was a big name in performance kits and upgrades. Not long after, they went into laptops (especially desktop replacements and gaming rigs) and then netbooks in a big way.
We were going to write up a comparison between the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S, the flagship tablet in comparison with it’s bigger tablets the Galaxy NotePRO and TabPRO, we couldn’t resist a wax lyrical of the new device and thought we leave the comparison for later.
Follow our new featured series, the What’s Hot List. We share with our readers what other are looking for on our website. Here’s what they were researching, technology or gadget, leading to purchase decisions. The Hottest Colour My Learning Tech List Here, we explore the 5 most popular tech on our website for the month of May 2014. […]
We decided to share with our readers how others find us online. Typically, majority of our visitors are organic, they come to our website via search result pages. So what are they looking for? Most of the time, it’s when they are considering a piece of technology or researching the best gadget before making any purchase decisions.
We take a look at 5 of the best small Windows 8 Tablet in 2015. A new breed of Windows 8 tablet has emerged. These small Windows 8.1 tablets are based on the x86 version of the OS instead of the cut down mobile version, RT. With the launch of Windows 10, the tablets also […]
Following a full-on health and fitness daily regime, working out and training, exercising at the gym or simply wanting to make sure that you stay healthy and keeping track of your daily activities, here are 5 best health and fitness activity tracking wristbands to get you started.
While there are many successful 7-inch tablets, 7-inch isn’t quite the right size for many people especially when used to browse the web. So, if you are not looking for a full size tablet and not wanting to compromise with a small 7-inch screen then 8 to 9 inch tablets may be your thing. Here […]
If BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) is going to work properly be it for business or education, you are going to need some extra hardware to make your tablet go further. Here, we look at the top 10 keyboards for iPad. The line-up includes keyboard covers, keyboard folios, keyboard clamshells and standalone keyboards for the […]
Here is a quick list of the top 5 budget 10-inch tablets you can buy off the shelf from your local supermarket. After a quick visit to the local supermarket, (not your typical place for tech I know) we found that apart from groceries, they stock a good line up of tablets at very competitive […]
With Amazon’s new Kindle Fire HDX 7-inch and flagship Kindle HDX 8.9-inch tablets, the overnight success of Google’s Nexus 7 2013 and Nexus 5 smartphone, what can we expect from tablets based on Microsoft’s OS. Since the introduction of Windows 8.1, there has been a surge of devices based on the new OS.
Amazon’s Kindle Fire HDs (both 7″ and 8.9″) have its’ successors, the Kindle Fire HDXs. X in HDX refers to ‘beyond HD’ and here is what’s happening across the range. The old Kindle Fire 7″ has been removed from Amazon’s virtual shelf. However bot Kindle Fire HDs 7″ and 8.9″ are here to stay but […]
While HTC, Samsung, Sony and other vendors have been churning out Android phones left, right and center, Google has been working with the likes LG to come up with their own brand smartphone, the Nexus 5. Successor to the Nexus 4, also manufactured by LG, released a little over a year ago (November 2013). The […]