Nokia might have sold its mobile division to Microsoft but it still owns a technology division and it is this division which has come up with a hardware product. The Nokia N1 Android tablet.
This is the first hardware product Nokia has launched after it was acquired by Microsoft. It is really surprising to see Nokia enter the tablet market under it own branding.
Samsung officially unveiled three tablets from its Galaxy Tab 4 series on Tuesday following press render that leaked out last week.
Galaxy Tab 4 tablets are available in three sizes: 10.1-inch, 8-inch and 7-inch. All the tablets run on Android 4.4 KitKat with a powerful 1.2 GHz Quad Core processor to help you with all the multitasking.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 7-inch tablet's press renders were posted on Twitter by famous leaker @evleaks on Wednesday, giving us an idea about how the tablet might look.
Samsung has not yet announced its plan of launching the Galaxy Tab 4 but has only told that it will start manufacturing the next tablet in the Galaxy Tab series.
Samsung is known to promote their products by bashing competitors. The new Samsung Galaxy PRO series ad does the same and takes a jab at other top tablets in the market.
In this new ad Samsung bashes Apple iPad, Microsoft Surface and Amazon Kindle. It shows you the things you could do on a Samsung tablet which other tablets could not.
If you ever had a thought of hanging your tablet from your windshield instead of holding it for hours in your hands, hold on to that thought. Bracketron's universal mount allows you to do just that.
The tablet could be used as navigation system using Google Maps or any other navigation services. The passenger in the front seat could sit back and read, watch a movie or surf the Internet with more ease.
The mounting arm allows 360 degrees of rotation and a few degrees of tilt in all directions making it possible for the user to adjust according to his needs.