Japan announces the launch of Xperia Tablet Z in the country. Its 10.1 inch High Resolution Screen made a big bang throughout the market. Designed and manufactured by Sony, this was launched in January 2013 then made available worldwide on February 25, 2013. The tablet is the lightest and thinnest 10.1 inch amongst all the tablets in the world. The retail price started at $500 for the 16GB (Wi-Fi only) version and $600 for the 32GB (Wi-Fi only version).
The capacitive touch screen display measures 10.1 inches with a WUXGA resolution of 1920×1200 and a 224 ppi density. It included Sony’s Mobile Bravia Engine 2 technology which is used in Sony Bravia Televisions. This tablet features a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Chipset that also comes with a Quad core Krait CPU clocked at 1.5GHz. Xperia Tablet Z also has an external slot with microSD card allowing expandable storage of up to 64GB. 8 Megapixel camera and 2Mp for the front, the tablet is also capable of video recording.
The successor to this Xperia Tablet Z was the Sony Xperia tablet Z2 which was launched on March 2014.
Wide screen tablet with a clever dock. That is Acer Iconia W5 tablet.
This widescreen Windows 8 tablet is great for videos, if not books, and the docking station models are serviceable as notebook-sized laptops. Acer’s Iconia W510 is a 16:9, widescreen Windows 8 tablet with a nicely-designed keyboard dock. When sidled down and locked into said dock, the W5 appears and functions as a small, netbook-sized laptop. Alas, the W5 dock is a pricey option–the $750 W510-1422 and $800 W510P-1406 configurations that include it are $200 more than the otherwise identical dock-less models.
In the laptop tests that have been conducted, W510’ battery life was stellar at nearly 14 hours and 39 minutes with the performance mainly as a tablet. Its performance was on par with its Atom-based peers, though the battery dropped down a bit on the continual video rundown test.
Bottom line, the W510’s widescreen display will appeal to some but might kill the idea for the others. Major conundrum for those who are eyeing the Surface and other Windows 8 tablets as well. In the end, checking for other options is ideal. W510 is a decent product but not great.
Get the flexibility of a tablet with the power of a laptop. Great! That is Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC (Indian model) This amazing device is available for Rs. 82, 606. Have it all with the convenience of a touch screen tablet, the power of an enterprise-grade laptop and a large display. Whether at your desk or on the move, the Latitude™ XT3 lets you work almost anywhere.
Here are some of the key features of this product:
- Windows 7 Professional
- High light, low light or no light- you can still work and stay productive in the office or field with the large, 33.8 cm (13.3) auto bright HD display and backlit keyboard option.
- No compromises- get the mobility and flexibility of a tablet without sacrificing the power of an enterprise-class laptop
- Easy integration- Use the existing Latitude E-Family docking stations, power adapters, media modules and extended battery slice.
As a conclusion, the Latitude XT3 is an outstanding performer that fits right in. just because it’s advanced means that it’s complicated.
A tablet made for the office. That’s how the Dell Latitude10 Tablet is described. With its specs; Windows 8 32-bit, 10.1 in 1,366×768 display, 1.8GHz Intel Atom Z7260 processor this device is designed to run any program.
Not the slimmest tablet, but has a very practical design. In terms of the tablets appearance, this is how it was described. But the extra thickness of this chunky piece of device means there’s more room for port and connections. There’s a Mini HDMI video output, a full-sized USB port and a 3.5mm headphone jack on the right hand side as well as a volume rocker and Kensington lock lug on the left. An SD card reader sits on the top of the tablet next to the power button, and there’s a Micro USB port for charging the device next to a docking connector on the bottom.
The replaceable batter is Dell Latitude 10’s main party trick. Yes, you read it right. The battery is replaceable which makes it more versatile than the average tablet, but more than this, is the impressive battery life. There are two types of battery available for the Latitude 10 and both can be swapped in and out of the tablet’s back. The standard two-cell battery lasted 9 hours and 3 minutes in our laptop light use test, which simulates web browsing with the screen set to half brightness. This puts it on a par with some of the best laptops. In our video playback test, we saw an above-average 8 hours and 59 minutes.
The camera and performance of this tablet are all superb. Above average as described by those who already owns the gadget. To sum it all, the Dell Latitude 10 isn’t the most capable Windows 8 tablet we’ve seen, but if you’re after Windows, its wide range of ports and outstanding battery life make it a much better buy than the similarly-priced Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2.
This laptop offers great-enterprises-management features, strong performance, rugged built, and excellent battery life. With its price and size, it’s best for executives with healthy budget and little need to travel with it.
Available in the market for $1,925 this is definitely NOT the best one for those who are budget conscious. The main goal of this device is to provide the efficiency that the user has paid for.
Core Business. Productively focusing on your work is to be made possible with a Latitude E6520. In review: The basic version with an i5-2410M CPU, incorporated graphics and HD display. You can find out why “Very Good” is appropriate in this review.
The document is no longer on the site but it revealed pretty detailed plans and specs … HP is officially offering no comment on the device yet but the report was found on the website leaving people quite surprised. This Chromebook Plan was expected to be a top secret so it was a shock to find it available on the internet.
February this year, the Chromebook (Google’s name for laptops) was told to be released by HP according to the report that leaked online.
It will have a 1.1GHz Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM, a 16GB solid-state drive, and a 14-inch, 1366×768 display, reports Nathan Ingraham on. After the administrators found out about this, the document disappeared. According to the source, it will have a 1.1GHz Celeron processor, 2GB of RAM, a 16GB solid-state drive, and a 14-inch, 1366×768 display, reports Nathan Ingraham on.
HP’s tie up with Google is intended to blow Microsoft. It’s been quite a tough time for a program hulk in a relation with PC makers. Across the globe, PC users are still waiting if this partnership will succeed.
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