Toshiba has introduced not only a 2-in-1 Windows PC, a 12.5 inch convertible Satellite Radius 12, but also a new dynaPad tablet available in Japan.
The Toshiba dynaPad has a 12-inch display and detachable keyboard dock. This tablet also supports pen input and comes with a Wacom Active Electrostatics TruePen with support for 2,048 levels of pressure . . . → Read More: Toshiba’s New dynaPad Is More Than Just A Tablet
Apple. The king of the technology world. Or so it was…. Since the inception of the iPad, Apple has had a clear cut stranglehold on the tablet market. While many very worthy contenders have stepped up to dethrone the king, including Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Microsoft’s Surface, none have been able to overtake Apple and the . . . → Read More: Tablet King Apple Slowly Losing Throne
Google is trying to bridge the gap between laptops and mobile devices with a recent update for Chromebooks. According to Google, Chromebooks will soon be able to receive notifications and run apps from Android smartphones and tablets. Google is trying to make app and data exchange seamless, according to Senior Vice President of Android, Chrome and . . . → Read More: Google Further Merging Chromebooks and Android Mobile Devices
Microsoft just released the Surface Pro 3, the 2-in-1 device that it claims is a notebook replacement. The tablet/notebook hybrid was unveiled last month and is currently available in two different models, both of which are powered by the dual-core Intel Core i5 processor found in the Surface Pro 2.
The $999 Surface Pro 3 comes with . . . → Read More: Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Officially For Sale, Cover Keyboard Still Sold Separately
Laptops are getting thinner and thinner……tablets are getting thinner and thinner……smartphones are getting thinner and thinner…….heck we even have devices that can transform between a laptop and a tablet! When will enough be enough? When will we be satisfied with a standard form of technology? One that doesn’t have to be everything we want it to . . . → Read More: Asus Combines A Smartphone, Tablet And Laptop Into One Crazy Device
It’s official, Microsoft has announced the newest tablet from the company, the Surface Pro 3. Microsoft made the announcement recently by saying that the Surface Pro 3 is aimed at eliminating the “conflict” that the company sees between laptops and tablets.
The tablet itself comes with a 12″ screen and kickstand with stylus support. In addition to . . . → Read More: Microsoft Unveils Surface Pro 3 To Compete With Laptops
A recent study published in The Journal of Product Innovation Management suggests that using the latest high-tech devices can actually improve your image in the work place.
This is good to know if you are looking to be perceived as a leader and climb the ranks, or if you are just looking to gain some respect from . . . → Read More: Simply Holding High-Tech Devices Can Further Your Career
Tablets have become a very popular product for travelers. Businessmen and tech travelers alike have been attracted to tablets as a way of keeping all their necessary computing needs with them on the go while maintaining a very portable device.
When tablets first hit the market, they were a niche for most people. The first wave of . . . → Read More: Asus Offering the New VivoTab Note 8 on Microsoft’s Online Store for $329
As my fingers glide along the keyboard of my laptop, I am sitting propped up in a hotel room bed. Yesterday I faced the “oh no, my phone battery is dying and I have no way to charge my phone” dilemma. I had my charger but no place to plug it in.
How convenient would it be . . . → Read More: Vertical Wireless Charging Means Cool New Things for Mobile Technology