Those in the education line know that having the right kind of tools are essential in making sure that one is able to glean the maximum amount of knowledge during the learning process. Over the years, educational tools have varied and changed — for the better, of course. This time around, technology has stepped further ahead with the CTL Chromebook Tablet Tx1 that was specially developed for the education sector.
Ever wished that you were able to digitize all of your handwritten notes, doodles, as well as carefully drawn up diagrams without having to go through the tedious process of working with a scanner? Well, Royole Corporation might have just the thing for you with the introduction of the RoWrite smart writing pad. This is a unique device that is also perfect as the one-size-fits-all back-to-school essential for students regardless of their education level. It will rely on the company’s unique and patented flexible electronics technologies in order to capture accurately, store, as well as share all kinds of handwritten material to be used with other digital applications.
The tablet industry is not exactly one that sets the world alight with news of a new model, but when it hails from Microsoft or Apple, it is best to sit up and take notice. There is a brand new Microsoft Surface Go tablet in town, where this 10-inch bad boy will have a starting price point of $399, arriving in a couple of hardware specifications for the discerning road warrior to choose from.
Amazon might have had a huge hit in the past with its Kindle e-book readers, but the company also has had some brushes with the world of tablets. Their latest entry to the tablet market would be the Amazon Fire HD 10 Kids Edition, where it is touted to be the fastest kids’ tablet to ever roll off their assembly lines. Kids are not well known for their patience, so to have a souped up tablet that minimizes waiting time when loading apps and games is certainly worth checking out.
The folks over at Royole Corporation are certainly a busy bunch, having come up with a 3D mobile theater just last month, and now this leading innovator and manufacturer of next-generation human-machine interface technologies and products have developed the RoWrite smart writing pad. The RoWrite smart writing pad will be based on the company’s unique and patented flexible electronics technologies, where it has been specially designed to be able to capture, store, and share all different kinds of handwritten material in an accurate manner for digital applications.
When it comes to pen tablets, virtually nobody does it better than Wacom, which is why they are still around after so many years. In fact, the team over at Wacom have come up with the all-new Intuos pen tablet that will certainly help budding digital artists and professionals alike to get creative right out of the box. How so, you ask. Well, this is a technologically and ergonomically improved pen tablet that will arrive bundled with creative software that provides an immediate start into digital art without having to wait for too long.
When it comes to digitizer tablets, there is one particular name that stands above the rest: Wacom. Wacom has been a mainstay in the world of digitizer tablets and pens, and the company continues to cement its legacy in this area with the latest Cintiq Pro 24-inch pen display. This is a brand new high performance mid-sized display that has been specially built for cutting-edge creative and design applications, taking into consideration how the industry is moving into augmented and virtual reality sectors as well.
No, this is no ordinary blackboard that the older generation grew up with, where the use of chalk and a duster educated millions of children during their formative years. This is the blackboard of the 21st century, where technology has been fused to an ancient idea in order to deliver the best of both worlds. The folks behind the Boogie Board has come up with the definitive Blackboard, where it has been described as an electronic writing tool that features Liquid Crystal Paper, enabling one to write, edit and erase as though one was using pencil on paper.
When it comes to tablets, the general trend of this particular device has been on a downward spiral for quite some time already, but there is still a decent enough sized market to keep new models rolling out from time to time. It is useful for such tablets to feature a dock, since there are times when you simply want to stop working and relax, and watching a movie on a tablet is far more enjoyable than on a (relatively) tiny smartphone display. A docking station would then come in handy, and for Samsung Galaxy Tab Active2 owners, Gamber-Johnson has come up with not one or two, but a trio of docking stations that have been specially designed in order to safely and securely mount the all new tablet.
When it comes to kids, you know that they can be boisterous. Very boisterous in fact, and through their hyperactivity and running around, they are bound to cause something to break. This means handing over a brand new smartphone is not the best of ideas, since a random drop is most probably going to result in two things breaking: the smartphone’s screen and your heart, which is why LeapFrog is able to identify with parents who want a solution by rolling out what is deemed to be the “perfect” first tablet for kids — the LeapPad Ultimate.