While tablets are great to hold in hands and use, trying to keep them on a flat surface and use it, not so much. To overcome this problem, there are several products out there in the market ranging from tablet covers to specially designed kickstands. And then, there’s Dekke Slope tablet stand. Slope can attach … Read moreSlope tablet stand is one of the best out there for your tablet
Intel is revolutionizing the way in which laptops and tablets are run with the most energy efficient processor yet. Intel debuted a 14 nanometer, fan-less Intel Core M Processor at the Computex Fair in Taipei earlier this month, showing the future of tablet and laptop design. The chip is the most energy-efficient model in Intel’s … Read moreIntel Releases the most Energy Efficient Processor
The tablet market is a competitive one and so Panasonic has decided to give their new tablet an edge by making their tablets super tough and adding a heater to keep those hands and fingertips warm. Panasonic has released a new line of handheld tablets that are designed to be durable and to endure the … Read morePanasonic Releases Heated Toughpad Tablet
T-Mobile has been rapidly expanding it’s user base and luring customers away from the big leagues- AT&T and Verizon, and now the company has just announced that they will be bringing tablets to Walmart. T-Mobile is going to be launching a new range of affordable tablets into Walmart stores in order to appeal to a … Read moreT-Mobile Continues to Expand Affordable Tablets at Walmart
Sony has released the Xperia Tablet Z2, the lightest and thinnest tablet in the world. Thinner and lighter than Apples iPad Air, the Xperia tablet is just 6.4mm thick, weighs just 426 grams and has a 10.1 inch screen. Showcased at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, the Android tablet runs on a 2.3 GHz … Read moreSony Releases Lightest and Thinnest Tablet
This year, iPads took 38 percent of the market and the other 56 percent went to Google, Samsung and Tesco. This is the first year that Apple has not dominated the tablet market with many competitors taking the lead. Google Android tablets took the lead due to their affordability and similar functions to the iPad. … Read moreThe Most Popular Tablet this Christmas
Wacom, has hinted, on their Facebook page, that they’ll be making a tablet soon for people interested in digital art, or photography, that’s pressure sensitive, and will be relatively easy for these individuals to use. Apparently, a large percentage of their customer base, has been very outspoken about them creating a device like this to … Read moreAre You a Photo or Digital Art Pro? This Tablet May Be For You…
You normally can’t turn a non-NFC device into an NFC device, but that’s all about to change… The vWand Stylus actually successfully does that for you, and can work on both smartphones, and tablets. For some reason, very few companies have jumped on the NFC bandwagons. It always seems like this is going to be … Read moreTurn Your Smartphone Or Tablet Into An NFC-Supported Device?
The LG manufactured Nexus smartphone by Google has turned out to be a stunning success, making it difficult for anyone to even manage to get their hands on it, as it happens to be out of stock more often than not. A nice refresher for Google, who put out the Nexus one a few years … Read moreNexus Tablet Turns Out To Be a Winner… Next Step Google Retail Store?
As you probably well know, ASUS, in a deal with Google, created the Google Nexus 7, which became a pretty popular hit within the tablet world, recently. The main reason being it’s affordability, of course. People are simply looking for tablets these days, that can allow them to browse online, and do simple tasks on … Read moreLooking To Get A Tablet On a Budget? You Might Be In Luck…