Posts for the ‘Tablet PCs’
Panasonic has today introduced the Toughbook CF-C2, that is claimed to be one of the most durable and flexible business convertible PC designed to endure tough outdoor conditions for healthcare professionals, aviation technicians and automotive engineers.
Huawei has announced the launch of two new tablet devices in India, the MediaPad 7 Lite which is a 7-inch tablet running Android 4.0 ICS and MediaPad 10 FHD which is a quad-core powered 10-inch tablet running Android 4.0 ICS to be available in December 2012.
Mitashi has unveiled in India its budget tablet PLAY BE 100 tablet that has 7-inch capacitive touchscreen and is powered by 1.2 GHz processor. Dubbed as business entertainment tablet, the device comes with a laptop style keyboard which when it get connected to transform it into sort of mini laptop.
Apple’s latest offering iPad Mini has hit retail stores across the world on Friday in 34 countries but seems to be facing lukewarm response from Apple fans as compared to previous Apple launches which usually see fan frenzy with horde of crowd eager to lay hands of the latest Apple offerings.
Micromax has officially announced the launch of its new Android powered tablet, the Funbook Pro that has a 10.1-inch capacitive multi touchscreen, and runs Androd 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich OS. Claimed to be a perfect combination of hardware, content and seamless connectivity for a high-quality and engaging experience, the Funbook Pro is an upgraded version […]
According to a press release by Asus, the recently unveiled Google’s first tablet the Google-Nexus 7 will officially launch in India market towards the end of September 2012 but has not hinted the expect price of the device.
Kobian, a leading computer peripheral vendor in India has announced the launch of its new mTab Rio Tablet that sports a 9.7-inch IPS LCD display that is considered far superior to traditional LCD panels and is powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich version of operating system priced for Rs, 11,990 in India.
Kobian, makers of Mercury brand tablet devices and a personal computer peripherals supplier has announced a very low cost tablet device called iXA Tab that is targeted to students and education community squarely pitched against the cheapest student oriented tablet device on the market, the UbiSlate from Datawind.