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Friday, 11 November 2016 09:28

Wacom flat out making great design tablets

Take that Apple iPad Pro or Microsoft Surface Pro with 1024 level of pressure sensitivity. Wacom, best known for its digitisers and tablets in the graphic design and CAD fields, has released two new MobileStudio Pro tablets with 8192 pen pressure levels.

Published in Home Tech

Here’s a tip - if you’re looking for the latest and greatest from Toshiba, its just-launched new range may well tip you into realising it may well be a top time to upgrade.

Published in Mobility
Monday, 02 June 2014 07:04

Aussie tablet-PC-phone 'game changer'

Australian company Vixtel has announced a locally made Android tablet. It is offering substantial pre order discounts for its Unity tablet via crowd funding site Indiegogo.

Friday, 11 January 2013 09:34

Asus Taichi 21 ships next week

The Taichi 21, Asus' entry in the burgeoning convertible ultrabook market will start shipping to retailers next week.

Published in Mobility

Continuing to provide mobile professionals with the most integrated features for enhanced efficiency and productivity in the field, the Motion Computing® F5v Tablet PC has been optimised with new features, including dual input (digitiser pen and touch), MIFARE Classic RFID data capture and Gobiâ„¢ connectivity.

Improving worker productivity, the eight-ounce GD400 handheld enables mobile professionals to scan bar codes, receive work assignments, check email, communicate with the office and send pictures, videos and text messages, easily and efficiently.

Where working conditions are harsh and space is limited, the handheld GD2000 delivers wireless, full-power computing standing still or on-the-move

Where working conditions are harsh and space is limited, the handheld GD2000 delivers wireless, full-power computing standing still or on-the-move

As easy to use as a commercial tablet, the GD3015 stands up to the dirt and weather of field environments, taking bumps in the road or occasional falls from a tailgate in stride - https://bit.ly/rgv0zQ

Ok, so Fujitsu actually calls this a 'slate' rather than a tablet, and has aimed it squarely at the enterprise/business user rather than the larger consumer market that 'modern' tablets target, but if you need a Windows 7 tablet to run Windows 7 apps, this is one tab you might take a stab at.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 09 February 2011 07:23

Dell dangles devices, tips tablet, pumps price

Dell has put together what it claims is its largest ever product refresh, officially launching 15 new business computers today - and promising another 24 during the year including a 10 inch Windows 7 based tablet.

Sunday, 19 December 2010 18:44

iPad 2: we await you

Although the original iPad is still supposed to be the must-have Christmas present of 2010, those who took the iPad-plunge long ago in what now seems a galaxy far, far away await Apple's next iMasterpiece - an upgraded, revved-up, lighter, more capable and in all ways too-good-to-be true iPad 2.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 19 November 2010 03:28

Apple iOS 4.2 - coming TODAY?!

A rumour has just come out suggesting that iOS 4.2 for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch will come to a weary, waiting iPad-owning world - in less than two hours, at 1pm ET today, November 18 in the US, and 5am on November 19 (also today) in Australia!!

Published in Mobility
Thursday, 18 November 2010 17:00

iOS 4.2 - the Android tablet obliterator?

With Android tablets thus far proving to be far less polished than Apple's iOS experience, which itself will shortly be massively upgraded with iOS 4.2's capabilities, iOS 4.2 is Apple's weapon against the advance-party of Android attack tablets.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 09 November 2010 13:31

Samsung's Galaxy Tab gets another app

Although Steve Jobs says you'll need to sand your fingers to a quarter of their current size to use apps on a 7-inch screen, a popular 'personal radio' app called Slacker soon with a Galaxy Tab specific version, and while Slacker's not available in Australia, the 7-inch app bandwagon continues rolling.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 22 October 2010 15:39

Millennius SmartQ Tablet PC

Gadget users today are somewhat spoilt for choice and functionality.  Tablet PC's are increasingly looking to scratch that consumer itch, from out of the ether (China actually) comes the Millennius SmartQ Tablet, promising web access everywhere and the choice of dual boot operating systems.

Join WonderMedia at Computex Taipei 2010 to see new Google Android-based tablets powered by the WonderMedia PRIZM System-on-Chip

There hasn't yet been a week's worth of sales to count since the iPad launched on Saturday April 3rd, with Easter holidays closing some stores, but it's clear to see that 300,000 iPad sales a day keeps the iTablet competitors at bay!

Published in Home Tech
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