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Battery life is also relatively good for general usage. Not the best tablet, not the worst, but affordable with solid performance. Sony Xperia Tablet Z Funnily enough one of the biggest draw cards of this tablet is the fact that its waterproof. Yes, really Ive seen it dumped in a bucket of water and left there for about thirty minutes. Granted you need to plug up the holes with rubber stoppers so its not going to be any use if youre unexpectedly pushed into the pool, but if youre one of those people who likes to read in the bath, or perhaps has kids that will inevitably get the tablet dirty, then this feature becomes very attractive. Whats not attractive however is the price, which is definitely at the higher end of the tablet scale and much more on the same level as the iPad. The display is full HD, utilising Sonys Bravia technology which means it looks amazing, and its fast and light. It does run an older version of Android, which is a bummer, but you will get 2GB RAM coupled with a 1.5GHz quad core Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro.
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A portable boob tube While the Office 2013 Home & Student suite baked into many Windows tablets makes Microsofts slates a solid choice for content creationour roundup of the most productive Windows 8 business apps can help you get things done, by the waythe undeniable fact is that most people use their tablets for content consumption instead. Fortunately, the Windows Store has a solid lineup of entertainment apps just waiting to please your peepers, and video and audio apps are an especially good fit for the modern UI. Hyper for YouTube offers an elegant video-viewing interface. Netflix and Hulu Plus subscribers will want to checkout those respective apps post-haste. YouTube, unfortunately, isnt available as an app, but you wont mourn its loss if you check out Hyper for YouTube , a slick YouTube viewer that includes video-quality options and full YouTube account support. (Most of the YouTube-related offerings in the Windows Store dont.) Or, if youre just into YouTube for the free tunes, check out the free Vevo app. The Slacker Radio app contains a wealth of artist and album info, beyond its killer station selection. If youre looking to soothe your savage breast, install Slacker Radio . Sure, Windows 8 bakes in the Xbox Music service by default, but Xbox Music restricts your free listening after six months and has limited device support outside of Microsofts ecosystem.
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RELATED As with a regular computer, you can wipe all the personal data and programmes from an Android tablet at once. This can be helpful if you want to pass the device to someone else or start over with it yourself. Wiping the device completely erases the tablet, though, so make sure you do not need anything stored on it before you begin. Steps may vary depending on the version of Android you have, but in general, head for the Settings area. In later versions of Android, go down to the Personal area of the Settings screen and tap “Backup and reset.” At the bottom of the “Backup and reset” screen, tap “Factory data reset.” The next screen warns that you will soon be erasing all the data on your tablet’s internal storage drive, including your Google account information, system and app data settings, downloaded apps, music, photos and any other personal info. To proceed, tap the “Reset tablet” button and follow the instructions on the screen. When finished, your tablet should be returned to that out-of-the-box , or “factory,” state.
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Most importantly, the tablet didn’t support the Google Play Store, so users had to rely only on the Fuhu App Zone or other third-party store which certainly had a less than varied collection of apps. However all these woes are in the past now, because the Fuhu is currently getting the over-the-air (OTA) update for Android 4.1 (still outdated, but its a step in the right direction) so users will finally be able to tap into their favorite Google apps like Maps, Books, Gmail and Calendar. The update will certainly turn the Fuhu into a more valuable device for both children and parents, who will have the chance to diversify their standard set of interactions with the tablet. As a quick refresh, were reminding you that the Fuhu Nabi 2 packs a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixel density and is powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor coupled with 1GB of RAM. Theres only 8GB of internal storage to be found, but users can increase it up to 32GB via the microSD card. Apart from that you get Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, USB 2.0 and mini HDMI out.
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Subrotah Biswas, stated that the company was proud of its new range of products and that these products will enhance the aesthetics and class of both the iPad Air and the iPad mini Retina. The accessories are available in a perfect blend of colorful skins and the company has lived to its reputation of stylish and productive designs. The Ultrathin Keyboard Cover by Logitech designed for the iPad Air provides and aluminium screen cover and can be converted into a wireless keyboard. The inbuilt Bluetooth keyboard is accompanied by iOS Shortcut keys such as Cut, Copy and Paste. The cover also has a magnetic clip to protect your tablet and a magnetic groove as well, which is located behind the keyboard to hold the iPad upright whenever required. The keyboard can recharged via a Micro USB port and a complete recharge lasts up to three months, as claimed by the company.
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Best display? Apple high-resolution displays are a thing to behold even though Retina may just be a marketing term. Apple has not made any changes in the resolution of the display since the first showing it to us with the New iPad or iPad 3. Since then the competition has caught up and surpassed Apple. All three competitors have higher resolution displays. The Kindle Fire HDX has a smaller size display too, but the higher 2560×1600 pixel resolution gives it a higher pixel density than the iPad Airs 9.7-inch, 1536×2048 display. The Nexus 10 and the Note 10.1 likely have the same panel with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels.
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The tablet is light, 312 grams, but still feels substantial and sturdy in your hand. Apple’s thinness obsession has touched nearly every one of its product lines this past year, and the iPad Mini could conceivably have been a slip of a gadget. The iPad Mini is just barely thinner than the iPhone 5, and a bit thicker than the iPod Touch. Apple marketing chief Phil Schiller holds up an iPad Mini, revealed during an announcement on Tuesday. The iPad Mini sports a 7.9-inch inch screen, with a resolution of 1024 by 768 pixels, giving it the same screen resolution as the iPad 2, but in a more compact package. Apple will have a complete line of covers for the iPad Mini as well.
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