Lenovo Yoga 8 Is The Tablet With The Longest Battery Life, Not Ipad Air

With all of the recent developments, it’s getting harder to keep track of things. I think this is a excellent explanation much of the basic points to know about.

After all you dont want to end up with a slate that dies after a meager 3-4 hours of watching vids and browsing the web. Now CNET has done a round-up of the tablets they have tested and has come up with a top of the most long-lasting slates. In the end, they mentioned only six (I have no clue why only six) and surprisingly to some the Apple iPad Air didn’t take the top spot. But lets take one thing at a time. The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8-inch kick-starts the top with its 10-hour battery life, followed in close proximity by the Nexus 7 2013 with 11.5 hours. Microsofts Surface 2 will offer a pretty similar life span with 11.6 hours on a single charge. Lenovos Yoga tablet, which has been hailed as being one of the tablets to boast eternal life, has been proved to last up to 12.4 hours.
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Wammy Ethos Tab 3 Voice-calling 3g Tablet With Android 4.2 Launched At Rs. 10,990

Right now there’s an abundance of info from the current consumer trade shows, it is troublesome to get essential details with the current deluge. Cutting via all of the noise an facts overload, this editorial gives you the scoop.

10,990 Ketan Pratap, January 27, 2014 Tweet Wicked Leak has launched the Wammy Ethos Tab 3 voice-calling Android tablet at Rs. 10,990 for the Indian market. The Wammy Ethos Tab 3 tablet runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean out-of-the-box and supports dual-SIM (GSM+GSM) with voice-calling. It features a 7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1024×600 pixels. The tablet is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core MediaTek MTK8389 processor along with a PowerVR SGX 544MP GPU and 1GB of RAM. The Wammy Ethos Tab 3 tablet sports a 5-megapixel rear camera with flash, and also includes a 2-megapixel front-facing camera. It comes with 8GB inbuilt storage, which can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card. The voice-calling tablet packs a 3500mAh battery which can deliver up to 6 hours of talktime and up to 168 hours of standby time.
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Apple Projected To Have Sold 25m Ipads In Record Holiday Quarter

In some cases the dumbest articles contain critical pieces of data that turn out to be very useful. This point is thoroughly proven by the following;

At least 30 million iPads, and the stop will fall 10%, blow 500$. Why? People will start waring thermostats on their wrists. That’s why. Quote: Originally Posted by melgross I know how some like to talk about why marketshare doesn’t matter, but it does. If Apple’s tablet sales did indeed go up by 10%, but the markets overall sales were up 30% (that’s just a guess), then Apple’s marketshare would have taken a large hit again. I remember how guys here would mention that Apple’s marketshare was 90%, then 80%, then 70%, etc. Now those same people say it doesn’t matter.
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16gb Apple Ipad Air Wi-fi On Sale For $459.98 For A Limited Time

Is this worth a read? This article may be informative.

Like Us on Facebook As previously mentioned, the iPad Air is a powerhouse thanks to Apple’s new 64-bit architecture A7 processor and M7 coprocessor, which have been designed to handle more complex applications, console quality games, and the ability to run tons of applications without you ever feeling any lag. The M7 coprocessor also has the added benefit of being able to conserve power. The iPad Air comes wrapped in Apple’s signature anodized aluminum unibody case that makes the tablet look and feel very high-end. It features a gorgeous 9.7-inch Retina display with a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 and has a high pixel density of 264 pixels per inch (ppi). This model ships with 16GB of internal storage. Apple has also included dual-channel Wi-Fi and MIMO, which provides stronger and faster network connections when connecting to Wi-Fi networks compared to previous iPads. The iPad Air is packing a 5-megapixel rear camera with auto-focus, backside illumination, and the ability to capture 1080p Full HD video with 3x zoom. It also has a 1.2-megapixel front-facing FaceTime HD camera for video chat, selfies, and can capture 1.2-megapixel still images and includes support for recording 720p HD video.
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Hp Intros New Android-based ‘voice Tablets’

With all the product introductions both new and old, it is prevalent that vital facts gets drowned out. It could be worthwhile to read this little bit of news that we found. Take a look:

Eventually these hybrid phablets will do all the jobs that users run on their smartphones and tablets. “If I’ve got a five-and-a-half-inch smartphone, why the hell would I buy a tablet?” O’Donnell asked. For HP, the new Slate VoiceTabs give the company a way to get back into the booming mobile device space with a new form factor that will help it differentiate from other device makers, a particularly important move considering the large numbers of Android-based smartphones and tablets that are on the market. CEO Meg Whitman and other HP executives have said for more than a year that the company needed to make another run at the smartphone space. Whitman said in an interview with Fox Business News in September 2012 that it was particularly important because in many emerging markets, smartphones were the first computing devices many people would use. “There will be countries around the world where people many never own a tablet or a PC or a desktop,” she said.
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The Iphone Air Won’t Kill The Ipad

There’s something worthwhile in this. I’m not sure if this piece will have the facts that you’re looking for.

An iPad is just an iPhone with a larger, higher-resolution screen and a larger chassis. For cellular models, this is where the differences largely end, although for the Wi-Fi only version, Apple saves about $30 on the bill of materials. Further, even though the iPad simply has more stuff to it, the cheapest off-contract, latest-generation iPhone runs users $650, while the cheapest iPad Air sells for $500, and the cheapest iPad mini with Retina Display runs for $399. Clearly, there’s much more margin to be had in selling an iPhone — particularly through a carrier — than an iPad. The worst case: iPhone Air completely eliminates an iPad sale The big fear and the worst-case scenario is that the sale of something like an iPhone Air — which, given the current Samsung (NASDAQOTH: SSNLF ) Galaxy Note 3 prices should start at $299 with a 2-year contract (implying an unsubsidized price of $749 given the current iPhone 5s pricing). This means for what is likely to be at worst a slightly larger bill-of-materials than the iPad mini with Retina Display, Apple is making significantly more margin per unit. The worst case, then, is that Apple loses a flagship iPhone sale ($649) plus an iPad mini with Retina ($399) for a $749 hypothetical iPhone Air. Do note, however, that if users are going to really go with “one device to rule them all,” then they’re probably not going to buy the minimalist 16 GB model for $749 and would instead likely be willing to pay the $100-$200 premium to get 32GB to 64GB models.
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