Algiz 10X Windows Tablet Is Rugged Enough for the Great Outdoors
If you're outside a lot and want to Windows-powered tablet that you can take with you wherever you go without worrying about breaking it, the Algiz 10X
tablet is worth a look. The tablet has a 10.1-inch touchscreen and is designed to run Windows. The tablet meets military specifications for protection against dust, water, drops, temperatures, and more.
It weighs 2.9 pounds and is 1.2 inches thick. It has a display that easy to read in bright light and comes with a GPS receiver. Other features include integrated Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and the tablet is Gobi 3000 ready for mobile broadband. The tablet uses an Intel Atom N2800 processor and has 4 GB of RAM. Pricing and availability are unknown.
We don’t suggest you spend your day reading Microsoft’s earnings report (spoiler alert: revenue is up, profits are down) but among the dreariness is one piece of bad news that caught our eye: confirmation that the Surface Mini tablet has been axed.
The report reads: “Current year cost of revenue included Surface inventory adjustments resulting from a transition to newer generation devices and a decision to not ship a new form f ... Source: Stuff.tv
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We've been hearing rumblings about NVIDIA's slate-style Shield successor, and now we have a face to go with the info. Thanks to notorious leaker @evleaks, we're given a glimpse of the gaming tablet's front side. F ... Source: Engadget
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For many families, the tablet has become the central, shared computing device in the home. It's a hub for learning, for entertainment, and for staying connected. But what if your tablet was even more interactive? What if it woke up when you can home, recognized your face, and suggested a couple of things you might want for dinner? What if, when asked a spoken question, ... Source: WiredFull article at: WiredJul 16 2014, 8:15am CDT
It looks like the follow-up to Nvidia's Shield handheld might be a tablet with some serious gaming chops.
The Global Certification Forum, which is responsible for certifying wireless connectivity between devices and networks, recently published a listing about a "Shield Tablet" manufacturered by Nvidia. The GCF also made mention of the product in a tweet, which described it as a ... Source: IGN
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Jul 2 2014, 11:38am CDT
Tablets are sometimes described as the "third device," a gadget that is used to complement desktop PCs and smartphones. What tablet brand do our readers prefer? Samsung Galaxy Tab? Nexus 7 or 10? iPad Mini? Do our readers truly use their tablets as a third device, or are many of their tablets sitting on a shelf, mostly unused? We want to understand whether BI readers are interested in buying ... Source: Business Insider
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Jul 1 2014, 9:03am CDT
Google's Project Tango tablet can see in 3D, but I didn't really understand why I, human person, would actually care about the technology beyond an abstract appreciation of the ideas behind it. Until I strapped one to my face, with an Oculus Rift-like ... Source: GizmodoFull article at: GizmodoJun 26 2014, 3:55pm CDT
Technology accessories producer Otterbox has introduced its new Agility tablet system at CE Week, each comprised of five components. Its polycarbonate, magnetic Shell snaps to the tablet, which can attach to a folio, mount on a wall or connect to a dock. The folio micro-suede cover feature provides scratch resistance, and is available in Folio, Portfolio and Deluxe Folio. Other components to the tablet system include a ... Source: MacNN
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Jun 26 2014, 12:31am CDT
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