Set for release on November 1 and priced from $499, the 7.5mm thin, 1-pound iPad Air has 9.7-inch Retina display with a smaller bezel and is 43% thinner than the previous model. Aesthetics aside, you'll find the new A7 chip inside, the same one found in Apple's iPhone 5S - making graphics performance 72% faster than the first generation model. Continue reading for two videos, more hands-on pictures and additional information.
No, this isn't from a comedy show or parody, but rather real 55-inch touchscreen tablets being used in the Fox News Deck. Fox News anchor Shepard Smith takes us through the network's new high-tech setup, in which journalists use the gigantic tablets to "swipe through pages and apps, presumably collecting information for live reporting." Continue reading for a video and more information.
We have seen the future of smartphone / tablet displays, and a HOLHO might be attached. This pyramid-shaped accessory gives your smartphone, tablet a holographic display of sorts by using a reflective surface that takes an image and divides it into four images that are projected onto the surfaces of the pyramid, thus giving off the appearance of a holographic image. Continue reading for a video and more information.
The problem with most tablets today is that they just aren't as powerful as their laptop counterparts, but what if there was a folding origami-like computer that combined the best of both worlds? This design by Hao-Chun Huang for Fujitsu shows us one possible concept that may become a reality in the future. Continue reading for more pictures.
The problem with most, if not all, phones and tablets on the market today is that you really can't change their design. Mobikoma aims to solve that problem. Simply put, arrange the tiles however you want to form a smartphone, normal phone, or tablet. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Sure, the Acer Iconia may already be on the market, but here's what a MacBook with dual touchscreens might look like. If you don't mind typing on a virtual keyboard, this just might be the laptop for you. Continue reading for more pictures, including those that show off its ports.
If you're a person who constantly uses their tablet for business and / or entertainment purposes, the one thing that all models lack today is a built-in projector. What better way to enjoy a movie than by having it directly projected onto a wall? Or, make presentations easy by loading up your Power Point and projecting it for the boardroom to see. Continue reading for more pictures.
Photo credit: CNET
Lenovo's IdeaPad Yoga 13 is currently being offered at just $799.99 shipped, originally priced at $1099.99. It's the world's 1st multi-mode Ultrabook providing the ultimate flexibility between work and play in a device featuring a 10-point multi-touch screen that can fold back 360 degrees. Product page. Continue reading for a video overview.
- Intel Core i5-3337U ULV Processor (1.8 GHz) with up to 2.70 GHz after Intel Turboboost.
- 4GB DDR3 RAM.
- 128GB Solid-State Drive.
- 13.3-Inch Screen, Integrated Intel HD Graphics.
- Windows 8, 8-hour battery life.
Photo credit: T3
At a mere 0.64-pounds, this new model is the world's highest-resolution 7" tablet and puts over 2.3 million pixels in the palm of your hand. With a quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and 2GB of RAM, everything runs faster. Google's Nexus 7 may be priced under $230, but it's definitely no slouch. The Nexus 7 2 is the first tablet to ship with Android 4.3, the latest version of the world's most popular mobile operating system so it's fast, fun and easy to make your own. Product page.