Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 reboot is great, but doesn’t quite match the original
Samsung is one of the few manufactures who is actually able to challenge Apple at the top of the tablet market, however its latest effort doesn’t quite hit the heights of its predecessor, although at less than $400 the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is priced accordingly, And, its Samsung’s top tab at the moment.
You’d be right to think that the Galaxy Tab 2 would build on the specs of its 10.1-inch brother, but you’ll still find a dual-core CPU, a 3.15-megapxiel rear camera and a 7,000 mAh battery under the hood.
The Galaxy Tab 2 is a slightly more budget-friendly slate, and Samsung has saved itself money with the uninspiring grey plastic case, VGA quality front facing camera and added weight – which defiantly makes the tablet feel cheaper in the hand and less pleasing on the eye.
The dual-core …
With the increasing trend of owning a tablet for convenience instead of lugging around the laptop all day, Acer has also accepted the challenge and released their Acer Iconia Tab A510 in the market. Let’s go deep into Acer Iconia Tab A510 review.
A510 is a tablet that seems to be designed for comfort and has a sleek black design. The tablet has a long battery life and the latest quad-core processor, the speed of which is 1.3 GHz. It is an Android tablet, running on the latest Android Ice cream sandwich operating system. The Acer Iconia Tab A510 has an inbuilt storage capacity of 32GB which is more than enough for users who own a tablet to be able to work on the go. The tablet also has a slot for a memory card that can add up to 32 GB of memory space in addition to the inbuilt memory. The tablet …
The year of 2011 brought forth the release of a number of Android Tablets. At CES, Google put forward its Honeycomb Android tablet edition to the anticipating crowds. Big components manufacturers went on to make fancy reports about their tablets with Honeycomb. Yet, the numbers speak for themselves, and Android tablet edition did not manage to out-sell the iPad as many had predicted.
In our opinion, this is due to four main factors:
As Apple came up with the original iPad back in 2010, many experts sighed to study its cost tag of $500. Many analysts assumed that no one would care for purchasing such an expensive device just for browsing the web. However, the sales numbers spoke for themselves, and Apple’s tablet went on to become a huge success, showing the cost-efficiency ratio of the product was just right.
With the release of competing Android Honeycomb Tablets such as the Motorola Xoom, …
Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari are fighting with great fanfare and technology media is busy with their benchmark results, Opera seems to be slightly forgotten. Yet, not only the browser is far from dead, it is still regularly innovating, the version 11 is now available for public beta which may re-ignite the long lost interest on the Big Red O.
Opera 11 offers many new features, some of which are innovative and others are simply an attempt to imitate the competitors. The public beta offers an original solution to the problem of multiple tabs. Put simply, what will you do if you have so many tabs open and it becomes so difficult to navigate through them? Opera’s response: allows users to make tab groups. The concept is very simple, just select a tab and it drags on another. This feature can only be done manually and it can’t be used to create logical …