First look of Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (GT-N8010) Tablet

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Note Samsung Galaxy 10.1 has almost no weaknesses, but much performance. Since Samsung has something special to offer to the family of tablets Galaxy Note, we expect the same to be true for the new Galaxy Note 10.1 . The 10.1-inch screen will support a resolution of 1,280 x 800 pixels, and also will support the D-Pen. The internal memory is limited to 16GB which can be adjusted by using a microSD card. The main camera has a 3 – megapixel sensor, while front camera has a 2 – megapixel sensor.

 The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 is very simple. The quality of workmanship and haptics are still at a high level, however. A monocoque aluminum-surely even a small improvement, but also increase the weight a little. Characteristics are certainly worthy of a high-end tablet. An HDMI port would certainly be full after the tablet Both however. Adaptation solutions are always a compromise. An interesting feature is the infrared port, through which the tablet can be turned into a universal remote in an instant. The internal components are absolutely the latest standard. Quad-core 1.4 GHzprocessor, compatible 3D GPU and two GB of RAM is great. The internal memory may have been a little larger, on the other, at least as an option. When it comes to Bluetooth and WLAN owners will not have to come to terms with the gaps. 3G is available for a reasonable price further. The display is also good, although it does not stand out quite so much when you look at the tablet whole. Display Type, PLS TFT capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors; Size ,800 x 1280 pixels, 10.1 inches (~149 ppi pixel density).

 It can shine, but is not particularly bright, however. The resolution is average, nothing special too. Image quality and viewing angle stability is good.

Super good, without limitation, is the performance of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1. For all possible applications there is more than enough power available, as there was for the various benchmarks during the process under consideration. In the current state, the Galaxy Note is the hammer performance in the tablet segment.First are the storage slot for the Note’s S Pen and the embedded contact, which tells the tablet when the stylus is in use and enables palm rejection.  Cameras are OK for a tablet, the speakers are less.Primary 5 MP, 2592×1944 pixels, autofocus, LED flash. Energy consumption and battery life are also acceptable, but better with some devices. Battery is Standard battery, Li-Ion 7000 mAh.

In a word, Samsung Galaxy 10.1 provides exceptional performance and has very few weaknesses. It is super with high-tech.

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ViewSonic VX2739wm, 27-inch LCD monitor with a response time of 1ms

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ViewSonic VX2739wm, 27-inch LCD monitor with a response time of 1ms

Coming attractions by ViewSonic. The American company has announced the upcoming market introduction of a new 27-inch LCD monitor for all those who want uncompromised performance.

ViewSonic VX2739wm has a Full HD native resolution, has a 100,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a brightness of 300cd/m2. The factor that sets it apart from the crowd, however, is the response time set at a value never before achieved: a millisecond.

The display, as well as HDMI inputs, DVI and VGA, it boasts the presence of four USB ports and two speakers of 2W each.

ViewSonic VX2739wm is now in pre-order online store overseas at a price set at 349.99 U.S. dollars. At present there is no news on the actual availability of the product.

5800, v.50.0.005 firmware available for Product Code 0595998

After a few days from within the product code 0596011, with reporting by Manuel, we knows the number that Nokia has released new firmware for v.50.0.005 5800 with product code 0595998.
Completed thus expected to update the product code, at least for the No Brand. The devices branded by operators, however, almost certainly will not receive any updates.

You can upgrade to new firmware directly from the Nokia Software Updater.

44 of 100 iPad replace a netbook!

A recent survey by Alphawise, analyst Katy Huberty and Morgan Stanley, on March 2010, informed that 44% of shoppers have bought the iPad tablet sostituzone an Apple netbook / notebook!

The “middle way” between the iPhone and Macbook (so that the tablet was initially described in the Apple keynote in January) has been an enormous success, in both WiFi and 3G, as sales exceed one million devices!

The initial criticism from the iPad, focused on the impossibility of using such a product to a full replacement notebook! But it seems that many of these users would prefer the iPad to the laptop, did not consider therefore essential tastira physics, a webcam, a removable battery, Flash Support, Multi-tasking (which still will), etc..! It even seems that the iPad has slowed sales of notebooks in early 2010!

Probably it was the arrival of the iPad to direct the company HP, a leader in the field of notebookPC, the purchase of the Palm smartphone WebOS.

But while the iPad does not promote the sale of non-Apple laptops (20%), analysts tell us that in 41% of the tablet has replaced an iPod Touch, a Macbook in 24% and even 14% in the ‘buy a Mac (13% of a desktop PC)! Other data definitely positive for Cupertino indicate that 20 iPad of 100 have been purchased instead of another e-Reader is not Apple (like the Amazon Kindle’s) and in 17 cases out of 100 instead of a game-console, portable non-Apple (see Nintendo Game Boy and PSP).

Reade comic comics reader v2.03 for Windows Mobile, htc HD2 test on Video

We do not know how many of you read comics on a mobile device, but this program could be useful to someone. There are several programs for the iPhone and other devices. This program, comic reader, is also available for Windows Mobile and allows you to directly read a variety of formats like zip, rar, crb, cbz and directories containing images, all formats that are popular comics on the web.

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MSI WindPad 100W Windows Tablet Now Available

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MSI’s first tablet device, the WindPad 100W, is now available for purchase.

The MSI WindPad 100W features a 10.1-inch 1024×600 multi-touch display and runs Windows 7 Starter OS with Wind Touch user interface. The 1.7-pound tablet is based on the Intel “Menlow” low-power platform for mobile devices and includes the Atom Z530 1.6GHz single-core processor, 2GB of RAM, a 32GB solid state drive, and “over 6 hours” of battery life.

There are also front- and rear-facing cameras, a mini HDMI port, single USB connector, SDHC card reader, and 802.11n Wi-Fi.

The WindPad 100W can be currently found only at Simply Electronics and costs $709.95.

MSI is also expected to release the WindPad 100A tablet with Android OS.

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Android 3.0 “Honeycomb”

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Google has showcased the Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” OS, optimized for tablet devices.

Android Honeycomb has some features that can not be found on older versions of the OS, such as the new home screen, new widgets, new notification system, a multitasking button for easy switching between applications, video chat support, new camera app, updated Google Maps, e-book reader, and optimized performance, especially in terms of 2D and 3D graphics.

The company has additionally announced that Android apps can now be discovered and downloaded via web at Android Market web store, instead via Android Market app only. Google has also unveiled a new payment platform for the Market, as well as in-app payment functionality.

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HP TouchPad Tablet Officially Released

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Hewlett-Packard has officially released the HP TouchPad tablet, featuring webOS operating system and a 9.7-inch multitouch display.

The HP TouchPad will be available this summer.

Here’s the press release:

“HP today enlarged the HP webOS world with the first webOS slate ­– the HP TouchPad – the breakthrough webOS user interface fully realized in the tablet experience.

With its vibrant 9.7-inch diagonal flush capacitive multitouch display, virtual keyboard, instant-on access, support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 beta in the browser and access to thousands of webOS applications, TouchPad works the way you do and is designed not just for fun but for mobile productivity. It’s ideal for anyone who wants the benefits of the amazing webOS platform on a much bigger scale.

TouchPad is one of the products HP announced today to introduce a unique experience for customers around connected mobility, offering a unified experience for the first time across a variety of devices. It’s one of the building blocks in HP’s vision to seamlessly connect all your worlds through the power of HP webOS.

“Today we’re embarking on a new era of webOS with the goal of linking a wide family of HP products through the best mobile experience available,” said Jon Rubinstein, senior vice president and general manager, Palm Global Business Unit, HP. “The flexibility of the webOS platform makes it ideal for creating a range of innovative devices that work together to keep you better connected to your world.”

Designed to be used alone or as a digital companion to your webOS phone, TouchPad connects you and your devices through the elegant webOS experience. Never miss an important call or SMS message – they can be answered and viewed right on your TouchPad. Plus, HP’s exclusive new touch-to-share feature will let you simply touch an enabled webOS phone to your TouchPad to share web URLs.

With the HP Synergy feature, you simply have to sign in to your Facebook, Google, Microsoft Exchange, LinkedIn and Yahoo! accounts and your contacts, calendar and email automatically populate your TouchPad.

TouchPad works the way you do

The TouchPad user interface is a visual representation of your workspace, so you can manage your workflow in a naturally intuitive way that’s easy and fun. The power of webOS true multitasking lets you have multiple applications running at the same time. webOS shows you your activities in the form of cards, not a sea of application icons on numerous home screens.

This helps you do all the things you want to do, all at once, so you can listen to music, refresh your status on Facebook, read email and chat on IM at the same time. As you launch new activities, webOS will automatically group related cards – for example, an email and an associated web page – together in a card stack, so you can easily track all related items together.

TouchPad also features a webOS communication suite powered by HP Synergy that keeps you connected and creative, making all of your communications simpler, richer and in your control. It’s a complete solution, including email, instant messaging, contacts, calendar, videos and a front-facing camera for video calling. Connected photo albums make it easy to share and view your pictures directly from popular services such as Facebook, Snapfish and Photobucket. It works seamlessly with TouchPad’s user interface for a natural and efficient experience.

Around the house or on the go

TouchPad offers a great internet experience around the house or on the go, so you can manage your busy life, be productive wherever you are and stay connected with work, friends, family and social networks. It keeps you connected anywhere there’s Wi-Fi for easy access to the web and entertainment.

At home, whether you’re watching TV, relaxing on the sofa, at the kitchen table or in bed, you can check in with friends, surf the web, play games or read a book, magazine or newspaper. today announced that it will launch a free Kindle app for HP webOS tailored for TouchPad that will give you access to more than 810,000 titles from Amazon’s Kindle Store. You also can subscribe to popular magazine titles, such as Time, Sports Illustrated, Fortune and People, and download movies and TV shows through the HP Movie Store. The TouchPad music app lets you transfer and play all your favorites from your personal music collection, with amazing sound quality by Beats Audio. You can start an email, create a message, refresh your status, search your favorite websites – all before you’ve even opened an application. Whenever you want to do something on your TouchPad, Just Type.

Buy and sell on, do your banking, buy movie tickets from Fandango or check the news. Whether your thing is Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, IM, video calling or email, TouchPad brings it all together with thousands of available webOS applications and the convenience and power of HP Synergy for integrated contacts and calendar to keep your busy life on track.

It’s great for road trips, on a plane, while commuting, in public places, while visiting friends and on vacation. It’s easy to pack, has a long-lasting battery and integrated GPS (3G only), and posting vacation photos is a snap.

Mobile productivity

When productivity is key, TouchPad makes an excellent companion. You can read and write email, view your work and personal inboxes together, or easily toggle between them. Integrated messaging conveniently combines all your text messages, picture messages and IM conversations with one person into a single view, and you can connect through SMS, Google Talk, AIM and Yahoo! Messenger.

TouchPad’s virtual full QWERTY keyboard includes a number row, which reduces keyboard switching, making typing easy and fast. It powers on instantly and brings you back to exactly where you left off, whether you were in the middle of composing an email, playing a game or browsing a web page. With webOS true multitasking, it’s like you never left.

For maximum productivity, HP is working with Quickoffice to include the Quickoffice Connect Mobile Suite, which lets you view and edit documents, such as Microsoft Word and Excel. It also comes with VPN support to connect to corporate networks.

With its 1.3-megapixel front-facing webcam, TouchPad offers video calling capability. It’s also compatible with HP’s industry-leading printing solutions, so you can wirelessly print documents, photos and emails to compatible wireless and networked HP printers.

TouchPad has built-in HP Touchstone technology for easy charging, so it’s compatible out of the box with the HP Touchstone for TouchPad (sold separately), and you can charge in either portrait or landscape mode, even without removing the TouchPad case (sold separately). The webOS Exhibition feature lets you run applications designed specifically for Touchstone. Set your TouchPad on Touchstone and Exhibition launches automatically, showing you anything from today’s agenda to a slideshow of your photos.

TouchPad is one of three webOS products announced today (see separate announcements for HP Veer and HP Pre3). Each product plays a distinct role in the growing webOS family, designed to meet the varying needs of customers in a rapidly evolving mobile landscape.


HP TouchPad is scheduled to be available in the summer. Exact pricing and availability will be announced at a later date.

HP TouchPad features and specs

* HP webOS
* High-speed connectivity
* Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-CPU APQ8060 1.2-GHz processor
* 9.7-inch diagonal XGA capacitive, multitouch screen with a vibrant, 18-bit color, 1,024 x 768 resolution display
* The option of either 16 GB or 32 GB of internal storage
* High-performance browser with full access to the web, including support for Adobe Flash Player 10.1 beta for access to rich, Flash-based web content
* Wireless connectivity:
o Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n with WPA, WPA2, WEP, 802.1X authentication
o A-GPS (3G only)
o Bluetooth wireless technology 2.1 + EDR with A2DP stereo Bluetooth support
* Multimedia options, including music, photos, video recording and playback, and a 3.5 mm headset/headphone/microphone jack
o Internal stereo speakers and Beats Audio
o Front-facing 1.3-megapixel webcam for live video calling
* Email, including EAS (for access to corporate Microsoft Exchange servers) and personal email support (Google Gmail push, Yahoo!, POP3, IMAP)
* Robust messaging support
* Light sensor, accelerometer, compass (magnetometer) and gyroscope
* Rechargeable 6,300 mAh (typical) battery
* Micro-USB (Charging and PC Connect) with USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
* Built-in HP Touchstone technology for easy charging (HP Touchstone for TouchPad sold separately) and HP touch-to-share to share web addresses between TouchPad and compatible webOS phones
* Dimensions: 190 mm x 242 mm x 13.7 mm (7.48 inches x 9.53 inches x .54 inches)
* Weight: approximately 740 g (1.6 pounds)

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LG Showcases 3D-Capable Optimus Pad (T-Mobile G-Slate) Tablet

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At the ongoing 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, LG Electronics is showcasing the LG Optimus Pad Android tablet, also known as the G-Slate for T-Moble network in the U.S.

The LG Optimus Pad / T-Mobile G-Slate features an 8.9-inch 1280 x 768 multitouch display and supports 3D video recording and playback. On the back of the device there’s a 3D camera. For viewing 3D content on the tablet’s display, users must use separatelly sold 3D glasses.

LG’s G-Slate runs Android 3.0 “Honeycomb” OS, with access to Android market. OS and apps are powered by the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core 1GHz processor, supporting full HD video playback.

According to LG’s press release, the LG Optimus Pad will begin shipping in local markets starting in March.

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CTL 2go Pad SL10 Windows 7 Tablet Available for Pre-Order

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CTL’s 2go Pad SL10, a 10.1-inch tablet with an Intel Atom processor and Windows 7 OS, is now available for pre-order.

Besides the capacitive multitouch 1024×600-pixel LED-backlight display and the Atom N450 at 1.66GHz, the SL10 2go Pad has 2GB DDR2 memory, a 250GB hard drive, 1.3MP front-facing camera, microphone, stereo speakers, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Ethernet LAN port, two USB connectors, a Micro SD Card reader, and a mini VGA port.

The tablet weighs 2.6 pounds with its 4-cell battery which provides up to 5 hours of run time.

The 2go Pad is priced at $499. It is expected to start shipping by October 15th.

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BlackBerry PlayBook Tablet Officially Unveiled

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Research in Motion (RIM) has officially introduced a tablet device called BlackBerry PlayBook.

The PlayBook is designed for web browsing, communication, multimedia, entertainment, and business. Measuring less than half an inch thick, the 0.9-pound tablet has a 7-inch multi-touch capacitive display at 1024×600 pixels and runs the brand new QNX-based BlackBerry Tablet OS with multitasking support and out-of-the-box compatibility with BlackBerry Enterprise Server.

RIM’s tablet supports Adobe Flash Player 10.1 and HTML 5 and is capable to play 1080p HD videos. It supports applications based on Adobe Mobile AIR, POSIX, OpenGL, Java, and the just announced BlackBerry WebWorks app platform that “will allow apps to be written to run on PlayBook tablets as well as BlackBerry smartphones with BlackBerry 6 OS”.

BlackBerry PlayBook users will be able to connect the tablet to a BlackBerry smartphone via a secure Bluetooth connection.

“This means they can opt to use the larger tablet display to seamlessly and securely view any of the email, BBM, calendar, tasks, documents and other content that resides on (or is accessible through) their smartphone. They can also use their tablet and smartphone interchangeably without worrying about syncing or duplicating data,” RIM says.

The PlayBook will be able to access 3G mobile broadband networks via existing BlackBerry smartphone service plans and has built-in 802.11n Wi-Fi, as well as Bluetooth 2.1. In addition, RIM intends to offer PlayBook models with embedded 3G and 4G connectivity.

Regarding core computing components, the device runs on a 1GHz ARM dual-core processor and has 1GB of RAM. It is expected to ship with 32GB and 64GB of internal storage capacity.

The PlayBook features a front facing 3MP and rear-racing 5MP web camera, and microHDMI and microUSB ports.

It is expected to hit the U.S. market in early 2011 with rollouts in other international markets beginning in Q2 2011.

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Archos 70 Android Tablet Now Available

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The recently announced Archos 70 tablet with a 7-inch display and Android OS is now available for purchase.

The Archos 70 runs Android 2.2 (Froyo) with access to AppsLib store offering free and paid apps, and features the ARM Cortex A8 1GHz processor and 3D OpenGL ES 2.0-compatible graphics for 3D gaming on the tablet. The device supports 720p HD video playback and also has a front-facing VGA web camera, 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and 8GB of Flash storage. Archos is also expected to release a version with a 250GB hard drive.

The 7″ screen on the Archos 70 is capacitive multi-touch with a resolution of 800×480 pixels.

There are also stereo speakers, a mic, G-sensor, HDMI output, USB 2.0 and USB Host ports, and a Micro SD card reader.

According to Archos, the tablet’s battery provides up to 10 hours of web surfing on a single charge or 7 hours of video playback, while music playback will drain the battery after 36 hours.

The Archos 70 has an overmoulded stainless steel structure and is 0.43-inch thin. The Flash model weighs 0.69 pounds.

The tablet is priced at $274 on the Archos website.

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OLPC XO-3 Tablet for Kids Coming in February 2011

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The OLPC XO-3 tablet for children in developing nations will debut in February next year, chairman of One Laptop Per Child foundation Nicholas Negroponte said in an interview with IDG.

The February release is about 45 later than originally planed. The XO-3 won’t be initially branded OLPC, but as a product by chip maker Marvell, with the actual XO-3 to follow.

The tablet is expected to cost $75 and to be rugged with a screen made of “maybe glasss or some flavor of glass”.

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