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An $82 Android tablet can’t be any good, right?

By on April 28, 2016 at 8:17 PM.

An $82 Android tablet can’t be any good, right?

Look, not everyone needs a top-of-the-line tablet, OK? Sure some people always want to have the latest and greatest tech, and they’re willing to spend $500, $600 or even more to get it. But if you’re looking for a simple tablet to browse the web, play some games and stream Netflix on the go, you’ll be shocked at how little you need to spend.

Here’s a great example: From now through the end of the day on Saturday, April 30, the Acer Iconia One 8 Tablet is just $82 shipped from Amazon. More →

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Amazon Kindle Oasis Price Release Date

Meet the Kindle Oasis, Amazon’s most exciting new eReader ever

By on April 13, 2016 at 9:16 AM.

Meet the Kindle Oasis, Amazon’s most exciting new eReader ever

As expected, Amazon took the wraps off its new Kindle Oasis eReader and it looks like the hottest eReader the company has ever made, with a price to match of $290. That said, if you’re in the market for a high-end eReader with great features, this slate looks like the one to get.  More →

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iPad Pro Vs MacBook Vs Surface Comparison

What it’s like using the iPad Pro as your primary PC

By on April 5, 2016 at 5:45 PM.

What it’s like using the iPad Pro as your primary PC

Apple would love for you to trash your old PC and replace it with an iPad Pro. Early reviews have indicated that while the iPad Pro is a terrific device in its own right, it’s not good enough for many users to be a full-on PC replacement.

Now one iPad Pro user has taken to Reddit to post a detailed account of what it’s like to use the device as your primary PC. Long story short: Apple still has a lot of work to do before the iPad Pro can be a full-fledged PC killer. More →

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9.7-Inch iPad Pro Review Roundup

9.7-inch iPad Pro review roundup

By on March 30, 2016 at 1:19 PM.

9.7-inch iPad Pro review roundup

Apple’s Phil Schiller thinks it’s “really sad” that people are still using five-year-old PCs and he wants them to replace their old computers with the new 9.7-inch iPad Pro. But can Apple’s newest iPad really be a full replacement for your old computer? The reviews for the new iPad are in and they’re all very positive, although questions remain about whether this new device is really that “laptop killer” that Tim Cook hopes it is. More →

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iPad Pro vs iPad Pro Mini

See how the new, smaller iPad Pro stacks up against the 12.9-inch model

See how the new, smaller iPad Pro stacks up against the 12.9-inch model

By on March 23, 2016 at 2:28 PM.

Although the iPhone SE was the highlight of Apple’s spring event on Monday, it wasn’t the only new device announced. Apple also unveiled a smaller, more affordable iPad Pro which features some notable improvements over its predecessor.

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Amazon Kindle Critical Update

Some Kindles will no longer connect to the Internet if they aren’t updated by Tuesday

By on March 21, 2016 at 10:45 PM.

Some Kindles will no longer connect to the Internet if they aren’t updated by Tuesday

Have a Kindle from 2012 or earlier? It’s about to go offline for good if you don’t update it. Over the past several days, Amazon has been sending out emails to owners of Kindle Paperwhite 5th Generation (2012) or earlier devices warning them that they need to download an important software update by March 22nd, 2016 or risk being cut off from the Cloud, the Kindle Store and other Kindle services. More →

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Apple 9.7-Inch iPad Pro

Report claims Apple’s next big iPad announcement won’t be what we expected

By on February 25, 2016 at 4:40 PM.

Report claims Apple’s next big iPad announcement won’t be what we expected

Before today, I expected that Apple in March would until its third-generation iPad Air. However, a new report from 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman claims that Apple is going to throw a curveball: Instead of unveiling an iPad Air 3, the new tablet will actually be a smaller version of the iPad Pro. In other words, it sounds like the days when the iPad was a completely keyboard-free device may be at a close. More →

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Huawei MateBook Windows 10 Tablet Specs Price

Huawei just made the tablet I’ve been waiting for Apple to build

Huawei just made the tablet I’ve been waiting for Apple to build

By on February 22, 2016 at 4:30 PM.

From the moment you touch this convertible laptop, you immediately realize this is not your run of the mill Windows 10 machine. In fact, your mind will associate it with a tablet rather than a notebook, even though the MateBook is Huawei’s answer to Apple’s iPad Pro, the Retina MacBook and Microsoft’s Surface Pro 4 line.

It’s so incredibly thin and light that it doesn’t have any connectors aside from the USB-C port, which you’ll need to charge it and to connect additional hardware. That means that, yes, you will need to buy a separate accessory to turn it into a full-fledged PC that can be connected to external peripherals. But this fantastic device is perfectly fine on its own, too.

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iPad Air 3 Rumor 4K Display

Hot iPad Air 3 rumor might make you care about tablets again

By on January 28, 2016 at 12:13 PM.

Hot iPad Air 3 rumor might make you care about tablets again

When was the last time you really cared about tablets? If you’re like me, it was probably around the time that Apple unveiled its third-generation iPad that had a Retina display. That was all the way back in 2012. Ever since then, despite the release of the iPad mini, iPad Air and iPad Pro models, tablets have gotten less and less interesting.

What can Apple do to make us care about the iPad again? One new rumor indicates that its upcoming iPad Air 3 is going to wow us all with a beautiful 4K display. More →

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Braille Tablet Prototype

Researchers develop a revolutionary Braille tablet for the blind

By on January 14, 2016 at 10:15 PM.

Researchers develop a revolutionary Braille tablet for the blind

Researchers at the University of Michigan recently unveiled a new Braille-enabled prototype tablet that makes it possible for those with vision problems to read text on a full display . The tablet itself features fully refreshable pages containing raised bumps, a marked improvement from current devices that can only display one line of Braille text at a time.

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