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Posted on Nov 5 2016 - 10:35am by Robert Meyers
Comments Off on TCL’s Xess Home Tablet Comes With Alexa

TCL’s Xess tablet launched earlier this year and now the company had made it even better by updating it and adding some more new features in it. But the most important and impressive feature which added  in tablet is Amazon Alexa. Amazon Alexa seems to be everywhere first in Amazon Echo after that Amazon Fire HD tablet and now it comes with Xess tablet to make it more better tablet. Utilizing the Alexa service, you can control thousands of compatible devices in your smart home. TCL’s Xess Features TCL’s Xess tablet has a massive...

Posted on Oct 17 2016 - 7:55am by Robert Meyers
Comments Off on Nokia D1C a 13.8-Inch Tablet, Runs Android 7.0 Nougat

Nokia will expected to launch Nokia D1C a huge 13.8-inch tablet, not a smartphone but it will support SIM card. The Nokia D1C would be the second Android tablet from Nokia after Nokia N1, which was launched previously. Nokia D1C Nokia D1C Features Nokia D1C is a tablet with a giant 13.8-inch screen, full HD 1080×1920 pixel display with support for at least  5-finger gesture. The Nokia D1C will be powered by a Snapdragon 430 chip featuring an octa-core processor clocked at 1.4GHz and paired with Adreno 505 CPU, 3GB of RAM and it will...

Posted on Jun 20 2016 - 7:45pm by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Lenovo Showcase Folio Concept At Tech World Conference

Lenovo showcased some promising concept devices at its annual Tech World Conference, The Folio Concept. It is the biggest model and can be open and close like a book. When open it looks like a tablet, and when closed it looks like a big dumb phone. Lenovo’s Folio tablet concept, a slate that folds in half to the size of a paperback. Hortensius said much goes into making bendable device besides a flexible display. Other parts, such the battery and motherboard, need to fold, too. The device has to return to its original shape when...

Posted on Dec 9 2015 - 7:54am by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Pixel C By Google: With Solid Power And Premium Style

The Pixel C was dispatched somewhat pitifully by Google amid its Nexus 5X and 6P occasion, giving us looks of the slate while in the meantime giving next to no away. Which is amazing truly, as Google has made a fairly convincing top of the line tablet. Past ‘Google’ slates wearing the Nexus brand have been made by Asus and HTC; this time round, however, Google’s had aggregate control over each viewpoint, forming the gadget particularly for Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The 10.2-inch presentation and premium form implies the...

Posted on Nov 18 2015 - 9:32am by Brian Atkinson
Comments Off on Shield Tablet K1 By Nvidia: Eloquent Tablet For Gamers

The Nvidia Shield K1 Tablet builds upon the success of the company’s dedicated gaming tablet from last year, the Nvidia Shield Tablet. Nvidia has stripped back its initial offering to put forth a model with bucket-loads of processing and graphical grunt, numerous gaming focused characteristics, and all for just £149. Basically, the Shield K1 is one big glass panel on the front, with two solid strips at either end that house the speakers and the front facing camera. On the original model these bookends were completed in a matte...