You can more or less say with plenty of confidence that a selfie is something which just about everyone snaps without giving too much thought about it, so much so that there is a booming market of selfie sticks. The thing is, selfie sticks are great if you would like to enjoy a less personal look, but they are not too good at capturing moments from truly interesting angles. Joby has a stranglehold (pardon the pun) on the device stand market, and this time around they intend to expand their top selling collection of portable GripTight device stands that will cater for a slew of hugely popular smaller-sized tablets, and it does not matter whether they come with or without protective cases. Among the tablets that will play nice with Joby’s latest offering would be the iPad mini, Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7.0, Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact, Kindle Fire HD 7 and Nook HD models.
How was your Memorial Day weekend? Was it as blissful as expected, and I would like to think that this is the ideal time off to take when it comes to sweating it out in the great outdoors. After all, we have more or less spent enough time at the office, don’t you think so, that breathing in some much needed fresh air would be rather nice. Well, if you are going to be out in the wild, perhaps making sure that your devices are also well protected would be a prudent idea, which is why folks who tote around an iPad Air 2 (all the more if you happen to carry this 24kt gold-plated iPad Air!)would do well to pick up the LifeProof NUUD case.
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.
Hybrid notebooks – the ones that can function as a tablet as well as a notebook, depending on the time in which you would like to use it as such, has not really caught on. In fact, I work on a hybrid Lenovo notebook, but seriously, have not used the tablet function at all in any formal capacity, other than to just give it a go once in a while for fun. Acer is back with a refreshed 10 series 2-in-1 notebook range by introducing not one, but two new 10.1” models that feature the Intel Atom quad core processor, sporting a fashionable and flexible design that targets basically anyone who wants a lightweight device for essential computing on the go.
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.
Samsung has just introduced yet another tablet, which will definitely be part of their burgeoning collection of tablets – and this time around, it will be known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab A. Surely this is not part of the high end side of things, as it happens to be the go-to tablet for your family’s digital needs, offering a feature-packed experience which is ideal for viewing content, and at the same time, it helps to get things done while you are on the move. Specially designed to meet the changing demands of the today’s family, the Galaxy Tab A ensures that everyone will remain connected at all times, without sacrificing on performance.
Most of us do happen to carry a tablet around, and chances are we would also have taken the necessary steps to ensure that the tablet itself is well protected with some sort of case, or at the very least, a protective layer for the display to minimize the risk of scratches. Well, a rugged tablet is not an everyday occurrence, and to see GammaTech deliver the rugged Durabook R11 tablet in not just one, but four new separate bundled configurations, is definitely worth mentioning to say the least. GammaTech is an old hand at rugged computing devices just in case you were wondering.
It was just yesterday that we brought you word on how E FUN actually revealed a quartet of upcoming tablets under the Nextbook umbrella, and being the fifth largest tablet supplier in the U.S., it seems that the company has taken the necessary steps to announce the availability of its very first Android 2-in-1 device, which will be known as the Nextbook Ares 11. Somehow, the name Ares resonates with me, as I am a huge fan of the God of War series, and the Nextbook Ares 11 sure is a “fighter” of a device, especially when you take into account that this 11.6″ tablet will come with a detachable keyboard.
When it comes to the world of tablets, there are surely many different models that one is able to choose from. The thing is, which is the correct decision, so to speak, when you are on the lookout for a brand new tablet? Perhaps if you would like to take the path less traveled and not stick to the usual mainstays such as an Apple iPad or one of those Samsung Galaxy Tab models, the name E FUN might resonate with you. After all, E FUN happens to be the 5th largest tablet supplier in the U.S., and they have just announced a quartet of limited edition Nextbook tablets that will be released this spring.
While some don’t mind losing the tactile feeling of typing on a touchscreen tablet or phone, it’s difficult for others. You can’t type as quickly because your fingers can’t feel the keys or spacing between them. If you travel often and don’t want to always be forced to carry a laptop around, then having a Bluetooth keyboard handy can make all the difference. It can be whipped out at a moment’s notice, and often has a longer battery life than your laptop.