When it comes to tablets, these tend to be rather fragile – however, this does not mean that there are no parties out there that do happen to work on a tougher or more rugged model. GammaTech Computer Corp. has come up with their fair share of tough devices in the past, including the Durabook TA10 tablet, and this time around, it would also be another tablet of theirs that will grace the headlines – where it would be the Durabook R11 in play. What makes the Durabook R11 stand out from the rest of the crowd? For starters, it happens to be the lightest and thinnest unit in its class, tipping the scales at a relatively lightweight 2.73 pounds, and will arrive in not one, two, or even three, but a quartet of separate bundled configurations.
I remember the first time I was introduced to a microscope, I was instantly intrigued, and wanted to “magnify” absolutely everything I could get my hands on. Some of it was spectacular, other things? Well, let’s just say I will never be able to un-see them. But all in all, the ability to see the world around me in such detail was wondrous, and something everyone should be able to experience, and the Dotlens may just be the gadget that brings that experience home.
Tablets – there are definitely two major camps out there, running on Android and iOS, with the latter boasting the likes of the iPad. Of course, we should not forget the Windows-powered tablets, but those tend to be the minority more than the majority. Well, Dell has made another appearance in the tablet camp with their latest model, the Dell Venue 10 7000, which was specially designed to impress the masses with its stunning features, best tablet display technology available and full-size detachable, magnetic keyboard for better productivity while you are on the move.
When you want to make a meal from scratch, you know how much preparation it’s going to take. You need to make sure you have all the ingredients at the ready, a few hours to prep and cook everything and of course, a little extra time to do the myriad of dirty dishes at the end. If you wish you could streamline some of this process and improve your cooking skills while you’re at it, then having a personal assistant in the kitchen probably sounds like a wonderful idea.
It’s that time of year again where we adorn our home with lights, poinsettias, and various nods to Old St. Nick. We feel more giving than normal, but also secretly (and sometimes not so secretly) hope everyone else is in the giving mood too. While this is certainly a time for traditions, that doesn’t mean we have to be completely stuck in our old ways.
While most of us already own a tablet that we have become so accustomed to using it with your finger or fingers, purists will tell you that a device the size of a tablet would definitely fare better when you have a stylus to go along with it. Heck, the last stylus that I had came with my Nintendo DS – yes, it has been THAT long, and even then, I have lost the original stylus, having to resort to using a regular pen with its tip covered, or just the plain old finger from time to time. How about a far more formal stylus like the $59.99 Dart stylus from Precision Touch to get the job done?
Both Sony Mobile and Verizon Wireless have come together to announce that they will be bringing the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet to folks living in the US, and if you so happen to be a Verizon customer, you will be able to place a pre-order for the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet from July 10 onward. Just what can we expect from this particular device, and should you actually take it into consideration if you are going to pick up a tablet?
Samsung has a tablet for just about anyone and everyone, and it seems that the South Korean consumer electronics giant has now trained its sights on the education sector with a brand new tablet that has been specially developed for scalable 1:1 initiatives, where it is made available for K-12 schools around the US. The tablet in question? It is none other than the new Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Education. This is a rugged, student-friendly, 10.1-inch tablet that will integrate with Google Play for Education, and it is also easily managed thanks to a web-based console. School districts that are planning to deploy it for the 2014-2015 academic year would do well to check it out. You know what they say about the early bird getting the poor worm…
We have a general thirst for knowledge of the world that can’t be quenched. We were born with no understanding of our surroundings, and have to be taught what things are, how they work, and how to interact with what’s in front of us. After a certain point, it’s up to us to gain knowledge about the world rather than being educated by teachers or parents.