Tag Archives: tablet

The Netbook is Back & Better Than Ever
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Cast your mind back to 2007 with the Asus Eee PC, the first defacto netbook that ran Linux and featured a 7-inch display with 2GB of storage and an Intel celeron processor. This low-powered super cheap little laptop birthed what … Read More

Microsoft Surface 3 Review: The iPad Air 2 Killer
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The Microsoft Surface tablet line has truly become a refined and complete tablet / laptop device, delivering the best of both worlds to users. Where Apple’s iPad and indeed many Android tablets fall short is their simplified and appliance-like nature. … Read More

Which Computing Device is Most Important to You?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The post-PC era has changed the way we interact with our computers forever. This new age in computing has been enabled by breakthroughs in wireless and mobile technologies and developments in display and battery engineering. Consequently our tech devices are … Read More

LG G Pad 7.0 Unboxing & First Look
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The LG G Pad 7.0 is quality mid-range tablet for an excellent price and in my opinion, it’s further proof that LG are a premium brand with big ambitions. I have previously reviewed the LG G Pad 8.3 and was … Read More

Samsung introduces 6.6mm-thin Galaxy Tab S Tablets
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Samsung Galaxy Tab S Samsung has unveiled another Galaxy Tab series of tablets called the Galaxy Tab S lineup. They come in two different sizes, 8.4-inches and 10.5-inches and both models offer Super AMOLED displays. Furthermore, these devices are super … Read More

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 – The Ultimate Laptop Replacement
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Microsoft has unveiled their new Surface Pro 3 tablet in a surprise announcement yesterday. At a press event in New York City on Tuesday 20th of May, the Redmond Tech giant introduced a slimmer, faster and … Read More

iOS 8 to bring Split Screen Multitasking to the iPad
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

iOS 8 may be about to bring a much eagerly awaited feature to the iPad, something that Android and Windows devices have had for some time – Multitasking! According to a report by 9to5Mac, iOS 8 will offer users the … Read More

Poll: Which is best, Stock Android or Custom Android?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Stock Android, Google’s Android operating system is perhaps the most versatile, adaptable and most efficient mobile OS on the planet. Its main competition in Apple’s iOS is simply not at the races when it comes to look and feel, features, … Read More

Toshiba Excite Pro Review
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The Toshiba Excite Pro is a very powerful and competitively priced tablet that can provide an excellent alternative to an iPad Air. With a gorgeous high quality and rich display and responsive performance, this is one to strongly consider. The … Read More

Poll: What Version of Android are you running?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The OS fragmentation of Android is a very well known issue that doesn’t seem to have gone away. Although for the most part it has been reduced, Google’s failure to adequately work closely enough with manufacturers and with many device … Read More

HP Introduces 6 and 7-inch ‘Voice Tablets’
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

As I gear up to review the HP Slate 10 HD, the company has just announced that they will be introducing a pair of 6 and 7-inch tablets with voice calling capabilities. You have to feel sorry for HP, having … Read More

CES 2014: Samsung’s Galaxy Note Pro & Bendable TV
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

CES 2014 is certainly throwing up a few surprises this year, yesterday at the Consumer Electronics Show from Las Vegas, Samsung unveiled their new Galaxy Note Pro Tablet. With it’s unconventional 12.2-inch display and resolution of 2560 x 1600, this … Read More

What did 2013 do for Technology?
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

2013 is about to draw to a close and its legacy in terms of consumer technology will no doubt live long in the memory. An eventual year, 2013 brought us Apple’s new iPad Air, iOS 7, Android Kit-Kat, two of … Read More

LG G Pad 8.3 Review – An Impressive Android Tablet
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The LG G Pad 8.3, a fine Android tablet. Premium quality build, a decent performer and all for an affordable price point of €319. It’s got an 8.3-inch display with a resolution of 1200 x 1920 pixels and 273 ppi … Read More

Apple set to release 12.9-inch iPad Pro in 2014
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Mac Rumors has today reports on a story that Apple may be in the process of producing a larger 12.9-inch iPad, effectively an iPad Pro model, for release in early 2014. According to the report, an official at a Korean … Read More

Microsoft Surface Pro 2 Review: Good Effort, But Not Enough
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The Microsoft Surface Pro 2, this review might be the most difficult I’ve ever undertaken. Why? Because quite simply, this device is conflicted about its identity and so utterly schizophrenic about its categorization that it’s hard to really compare directly … Read More

Surface Pro Docking Station
Surface Pro And Pro 2 Docking Station
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Surface Pro And Pro 2 Docking Station Along with Microsoft’s latest refresh to their Surface range a new styled docking station has been added to the range, to help extend connectivity and accessories. So lets take a look at the … Read More

iPad Air Review – The Best Just Got Better
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

The all new 2013 iPad Air, without doubt, the most significant upgrade to the lineup since its launch in 2010. In this article, I will provide you with my full and comprehensive iPad Air Review. The main differentiators that really … Read More

Netbooks go Extinct as Asus and Acer pull the plug in 2013
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Posted on by Dave Cullen

Netbooks are dead! Or at least it would seem they are about to be, according to Digitimes. In 2007 Asus shook the industry by introducing super cheap and extremely portable mini laptops called the Eee PCs. It wasn’t too long before every … Read More

5 Ways Microsoft’s Surface Tablets Could Fail
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5 Ways Microsoft’s Surface Tablets Could Fail Following Microsoft’s introduction of their new Surface tablets for Windows RT and Windows 8, the tech industry has been abuzz with optimism that Redmond might finally deliver the dream slates that so many … Read More