Amazon's Kindle Fire HD Tablet (used - acceptable) is currently being offered for only $53.30 shipped, today only. Most tablet displays are made up of two pieces of glass - an LCD on the bottom and a touch sensor on the top, separated by an air gap. With an air gap, light reflects off of every surface as it passes through from the front, creating multiple distracting reflections that reduce display contrast. Kindle Fire HD solves this air gap problem by laminating the touch sensor and the LCD together into a single layer of glass, creating a display that's easy to view, even in overhead light. Product page. Continue reading for another video review, tips, and more information.
1280x800 HD display with polarizing filter and anti-glare technology for rich color and deep contrast from any viewing angle.
Exclusive Dolby audio and dual-driver stereo speakers for immersive, virtual surround sound.
World's first tablet with dual-band, dual-antenna Wi-Fi for over 35% faster downloads and streaming (compared to the iPad mini).
High performance 1.2 Ghz dual-core processor with Imagination PowerVR 3D graphics core for fast and fluid performance.
NVIDIA's Shield Tablet delivers the perfect mix of power, portability, and performance. At $299, it sports an 8-inch HD display (1920x1200), NVIDIA Tegra K1 2.2 GHz processor, 16GB of Flash memory, 2GB of RAM, and Android Kit Kat 4.4. There's also an optional $59 wireless controller as well as a $39 cover that doubles as a kickstand, too. Matt Wuebbling, the general manager for the Shield tablet, says: "We really think this is a perfect device for gamers. A really high cross-section of people have tablets and want a tablet for gaming." Product page. Continue reading for a detailed unboxing video, hands-on pictures, and more information.
Microsoft hopes consumers will purchase the Surface Pro 3 instead of a laptop when it comes time for a replacement. Featuring a 12-inch ClearType Full HD display, 4th-generation Intel Core (i3 / i5 / i7) processor and up to 8 GB of RAM. The battery is rated for 9-hours, ensuring users have all the power, performance and mobility of a laptop in an incredibly lightweight, versatile form. Continue reading for two videos and more information.
A team of researchers have unveiled PaperFold, a shape-shifting device that changes from a phone to a tablet and a notebook, using a set of screens and hinges. The foldable gadget is versatile to say the least, as it can be made smaller for texting, or larger for reading maps, and can even create a makeshift laptop with a keyboard. Continue reading for a video and more information.
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 tablets, and it's the Apollon. Soon, tablets may replace the desktop PC by being able to expand at the push of a button. During normal use, it's no larger than your standard tablet, and in desktop form, you get a 15-inch, 16:9 ratio, display. The device can switch between both Windows OS and Android. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of late night talk show host Jay Leno driving the real Batman Tumbler.
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.