11/25/2009, The K.R.T. X9 tablet is one of the more weirdly named devices, although it holds the distinction of being one of the first few tablets that is powered by Windows 7 alongside multi-touch support. This 10″ device will be powered by an Intel Atom N270 1.6GHz processor, accompanied by integrated Intel GMA950 graphics, 1GB RAM, a 160GB hard drive, Wi-Fi, WCDMA, TD-SCDMA and CDMA2000 3G connectivity, a trio of USB […]
11/22/2009, A report from the Huffington Post has been making rounds on the Internet about an iTablet. The article was certainly written tongue in cheek, though many people did think that it was confirmation that the iTablet had become a reality. That being said, with the anticipation so high that Apple will be releasing an Apple Tablet sometime soon, it’ll be great to see Apple suddenly lift the lid on such […]
11/21/2009, Folks who attended Microsoft’s PDC09 (Professional Developers Conference) should be rather happy, as Steven Sinofsky, Windows and Windows Live Division President, announced that all of the PDC09 attendees will be receiving a free Acer Aspire 1420P Convertible Tablet PC. The free tablet was supposedly to show Microsoft’s gratitude towards all of the PDC attendees and the support that the developers gave Microsoft during the Windows 7 release. In case you […]
11/20/2009, The Bamboo Comic Pen & Touch, also known as the CTH-461/S1, is similar to the Bamboo Fun Small where its body and pen are concerned. However, since the Bamboo Comic Pen & Touch is meant for illustrators as well as those who dabble with comics and manga, you get five dedicated software including Pixia Edition, Illust Studio Mini, Comic Studio Mini and Pencil LITE for the Windows platform, while a […]
11/19/2009, Based on a quick glance at the picture above, would you want it? It’s a design of what T3 considering the next generation portable computer, or “Netpad” as they call it. Truth be told, it looks like a tablet computer with a stand at the back to keep it upright. Granted, it looks futuristic and certainly alluring, and so we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing such a product become a reality. […]
11/19/2009, Not too many people use a tablet during their everyday computing experience, but for those who don’t fall under that category, the PTB-S1 BK Sirius tablet might be of interest instead of the usual Wacom products. Featuring a 10″ x 6″ pen area, you will also get 1,024 levels of sensitivity, multiple short cut keys, a macro key area with pen selectable buttons, a +/- 45 degree pen angle and […]
11/19/2009, Could the rumored Apple tablet actually end up as vaporware? Word has it that the tablet will come in a choice of either LCD or OLED displays, but bad news accompanies such nuggets of information – this would most probably push the tablet’s release date back until the end of next year as Apple attempts to lower the final price. Sources point towards a $2,000 price tag even then, which […]
11/19/2009, Talk about the allure of the rumored Apple Tablet. While Apple hasn’t confirmed whether it’s working on such a device or not, the folks at Wired magazine are already taking steps to keep ahead of the competition by preparing a digital version of it’s magazine for upcoming tablets. While tablets getting popular, they’re still nowhere near the level of popularity that netbooks enjoy at this current time, will an Apple […]
11/18/2009, The DigitalRise PC-729 tablet offers a refreshing look at the tablet market, since it comes with a 7″ touchscreen display, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, all powered by an ARM9 processor. One major drawback would be its 128MB RAM which by today’s standards, doesn’t seem to cut the mustard any more, while its 7″ touchscreen display has a relatively low resolution of just 480 x 272 pixels. Would those apparent setbacks […]
11/13/2009, Innovative Converged Devices, also known as ICD in short, has announced their very own tablet known as VEGA, where it will come in sizes ranging from 7″ to 11″ and 15″, boasting a simple yet svelte design. Armed with a Tegra processor within, you can tell that this is not going to be a slouch when it comes to graphical performance, although the presence of a resistive touchscreen might turn […]
11/11/2009, The BoEye MID700 looks a little bit like a giant iPhone from China, which isn’t such a bad thing. It’s powered by Google’s Android, and has a front facing camera, sleek design, and should set you back about $300. Might this device also be a rival to Amazon’s Kindle?
11/10/2009, Adesun’s latest AD-708 tablet will be based on the x86 architecture with Windows XP as the operating system of choice. This 7″ device will play nice with Windows Vista and Linux OS as well if that’s your cup of tea, although it would surely be pushing the processor to its limits. The basic model comes with 512MB RAM, an 8GB SSD and a 3200mAh battery, while the deluxe model has […]
11/09/2009, Looks like the highly customizable Dell Mini 9 gets another uncertified feather in its cap with news of a mod that involves a built-in accelerometer to enhance the touchscreen-enabled Dell Mini 9. At least you won’t have to wait for the rumored Apple Tablet before you have fun with this mod.
11/06/2009, Here’s another tablet that might just pique your interest if you’re into devices like these – the Witstech A81 tablet. This 7″ ARM-powered tablet will most probably fall under the WinCE category, but we’re pleased to note that it comes with a capacitive touchscreen display while running on an unidentified ARM Cortex A8 core. No idea on pricing, but a range of $200 to $250 has been bandied about alongside […]