- News tagged "tablet"
Thursday, 4 Jul 2013
Colorful has announced the Colorfly U781 Q1, which is a 6.8mm think tablet that features an Allwinner A31S Quad-Core processor as well as a 5.0-megapixel autofocus rear camera and a 2.0-megapixel front camera.
Tuesday, 2 Jul 2013
Mozilla states its intentions to go beyond smartphones for its Firefox OS.
Notebook contract manufacturers, mostly based in Taiwan, have been reporting low notebook shipments for a while now. However in Q1 2013, shipments hit the lowest point in three years -- lower than even what analysts have expected it to be.
Monday, 1 Jul 2013
A recent Federal Communications Commission (FCC) listing reveals the specs of an upcoming ASUS K009 tablet, which is marked "nexus" for "marketing purpose".
Tuesday, 25 Jun 2013
HP has announced the launch of new consumer products, including notebooks, tablets, detachables, and All-in-One PCs.
Monday, 24 Jun 2013
A touch-enabled notebook that pivots to let users share their work and folds to go mobile as a tablet, the 11.6-inch HP EliteBook Revolve comes powered by Intel Ivy Bridge processors and is optimized for the Windows 8 platform.
Friday, 21 Jun 2013
Samsung led the industry today with the launch of the world's slimmest Windows 8 tablet measuring only 8.2mm thin. More details inside!
Samsung today revealed an Intel-based convertible tablet that runs both Windows 8 and Android operating systems simultaneously. Known as the ATIV Q, this tablet will also come with the world's highest resolution screen.
Tuesday, 18 Jun 2013
The manufacturers of Gorilla Glass, Corning, has just announced that they're working on a flexible version of Gorilla Glass. This new glass, called Willow Glass, will enable hardware manufacturers to create not only thinner devices, but also devices with unconventional form factors.
Wednesday, 5 Jun 2013
At Computex earlier today, Intel announced their latest 22nm SoC codenamed Bay Trail-T for tablet devices. With improved performance, graphics and lower power consumption, does Intel have what it takes to compete in the tablet market?