The folks at Cooper Cases are apparently quite proud of this tablet folio case: After all, it’s described as both “Infinite” and “Universal” in its lofty name. And in a few aspects, Cooper’s pride may be justified. Unfortunately, too many generic features (including the look) detract from the overall product.
After a rocky end of 2011 that saw consumer interest in a Windows-based tablet drop from 46% to 25%, Windows is fighting back with a planned beta-version February release of their new Windows 8.
Though not even branded yet, the forthcoming Intel tablet PCs are already among the most anticipated product releases for 2012. A few of the tablet’s specs are listed below, and yesterday a few interesting details on the next-generation chip platform powering the PC device were leaked.
Apple has claimed that case designs for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 and Samsung phones infringe on the copyright of Apple patents and registered designs. Apple has issued a notice of infringement and plans to file a statement of claim against Samsung, one of Apple’s lawyers stated in court in Australia.
The long-awaited Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime is now available in North America, with wide release throughout the U.S. and Canada expected within the next two weeks.
JXD has just released the 7-inch Android-powered S7100, a tablet that is made especially for playing old-school arcade games. A promotional video trailer shows the S7100 capable of playing plenty of classics, like Mario Kart 64, to newer games like Angry Birds.
With the New Year will come lots more exciting new tablet PC models from manufacturers big and small. The good news for those holding out to purchase such a device is that the planned product releases look interesting and exciting.
ASUS Eee Pad Transformer has come out on top of a poll by Life Hacker as the most popular Android tablet. The tablet won with an overwhelming majority of 47% of the vote. The features a full QWERTY Keyboard, mouse touchpad and a 10.1” touchscreen.
Face it: When it comes down to it, the make-or-break on a tablet PC purchase comes down to one bit of hardware, namely the screen. Whether the user is primarily interested in watching video, keeping up on Twitter or making Skype calls, he/she wants it to look *good*.
Microsoft has reorganized its phone division in order to keep up with the growth of Android-based smartphones and Apple’s iPhone. This means that Microsoft may buy Nokia in order to keep in the game with the Windows Phone.
In a bizarre twist to the legal battles over copyright infringement between Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics, a recent public revelation has shown that the super-quick, ultra-light A5 dual-core processors found in the Apple iPad 2 and iPhone 4S are in fact supplied by … Samsung.