We keep talking of Tablets being used for business purposes extensively. So here is one Tablet Pc, specifically designed for the Industrial and business executives and yes, gamers too. [Read more…] about TabletKiosk, A great tablet for gamers and industrial applications
Vizio, the American Flat Screen specialists continue to pursue their interest in the Tablet market with another launch on 20th June. This time a 11.6″ Windows 8 supportive Tablet that had been announced at the CES 2013. [Read more…] about Vizio finally launches its 11.6″ Windows 8 Tablet PC
Say Hello! to the A TIV Q. Samsung in its recent unveiling of new products in London, has announced the 13.3″ monster sized tablet. And by the looks of it, it is set to eat the other biggies out of the competition. Here is a look at why I think it might do so. [Read more…] about Samsung unveils ATIV Q: A 13.3″ Dual OS Tablet
With its Transformer and Padfone series of Tablets, Asus has created a niche for itself in providing users with high end tablets that leave little to crib about. And with the VivoTab series it plans to take that bar a few notches higher. Here’s a look at the VivoTab Smart ME400, possibly the best Windows 8 tab out there. [Read more…] about Asus VivoTab Smart ME400
With Toughpad FZ-G1, Panasonic decides not to disappoint its Windows loving customers since Panasonic Android tablet were already in the market. Moreover, HP Envy x2 and Milagrow x11 were posing threat to the Toughpad’s market with their Windows tablets, which made Windows Toughpad’s arrival inevitable. There is not much difference (hardware-wise) between Panasonic Toughpad variants. But both obviously have different OS and hence different intrinsic App repository. The other very visible difference is in the design of the two. This one has a broader screen rather than a longer screen as in the Android version.
|OS||Windows 8 Pro (64 bit)|
|Processor||3rd generation Intel Core i5vPro|
|Display||10.1 inch, ten-point multi touch comes with digitizer, DAY-LIGHT readable|
|RAM||4-8 GB RAM|
|Connectivity||Wi-Fi, 3G/4G support, Bluetooth,|
|Ports||USB 3.0, HDMI, Ethernet, MicroSDXC|
Toughpads easily astonish us their ability to withstand adverse knocks, falls, pouring rain, extreme hot or cold weather. After the 24 years of rigorous and fastidious research work, Pansonic has pulled something of this kind. This tablet is an undisputed champion, when we talk about ruggedness and safety.
The rumors of Nokia releasing their own Windows 8 tablet is getting strong day by day. People at The Verge have claimed that the Nokia tablet will be a competitor to the Microsoft’s Surface, with Nokia adding their own tricks to the tablet. The tablet is rumored to have 10-hour battery life, 2 USB ports and running on Windows 8 RT. The biggest bang for this tablet will be inclusion of SIM card slot. You won’t have to wait for long to see the Nokia tablet finally making it to the public view in CES 2013.
Specifications as expected:
|OS||Windows 8 RT|
|Processor||Qualcomm’s S4 processor|
|Battery Life||10 Hrs|
|Screen||10 inch touch screen with optimized touch|
|Release date||Feb, 2013 (Expected)|
Rumors got triggered way back in March itself when the design chief of Nokia, Mr.Marko Ahtisaari reportedly hinted the expeditious work being on the design of a tablet. Later the CEO Stephen Elop also accepted that Nokia’s own tablets is a project is something which is getting very serious and they are looking for all possibilities.
According to Digitimes, Nokia has planned to put only 200,000 pieces in the market initially with an intention to sense the Windows 8 market. This was they can roll out their back up plans, if needed.