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Friday, November 23, 2012

Sony Vaio Duo 11 Ultrabook with tablet functonality

Sony has launched a new laptop-tablet hybrid, called the Vaio Duo 11, in India. The Vaio Duo 11 is an ultrabook based on Windows 8 platform with extended tablet functionality adding more utility for its users. It allows users to work on it as any regular notebook or users can choose to slide in its display and use it as any other tablet.
The conversion between a notebook and tablet has been made possible with a unique surf-slider design that allows the display to be folded right on top of the keyboard for tablet like usage.
Sony launches Vaio Duo 11 Ultrabook
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 comes with an 11.6 inch LED backlit TFT LCD display featuring capacitive touch for tablet like functionality. To power this up, Sony has chosen a dual core Intel Core i5 processor running at 1.7 GHz with turbo boos functionality that can clock the processor up to 2.6 GHz if need be. Along with that the Sony Vaio Duo 11 comes with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of inbuilt memory for storage.
Sony launches Vaio Duo 11 Ultrabook
The Sony Vaio Duo 11 features WiFi connectivity which is not a limitation as today most offices and homes are WiFi enabled plus users can always carry a pocket WiFi router for connectivity on the go.
Sony launches Vaio Duo 11 Ultrabook
Powered with Windows 8 (64 Bit), the Sony Vaio Duo 11 offers maximum productivity in a smaller package as it weighs 1.3 KG only that includes the battery pack as well.
For imaging, the Sony Vaio Duo 11 relies on dual full HD cameras positioned at back as well as front of the device that offer 1920 x 1080 resolution videos. Priced at Rs 89,990, the Sony Vaio Duo 11 will be available for purchase for the Sony India retailers starting month of December.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

ZenFocus tablet with expandable RAM

ZenFocus, an asset and service management company, has forayed into tablet market with a new 7 inch tablet called myZenTAB 708B. The entry level tablet comes with a 7 inch capacitive, 5 point touch screen with 800 x 480 pixels resolution.
This tablet is based on Boxchip A13 chipset and supported by Mali-400 graphics processor unit. It comes loaded with 512 MB DDR3 RAM and also has external memory expansion support for additional 3 GB RAM, Android OS 4.03 and has Flash 11.1.
ZenFocus launches a new tablet
MyZenTAB 708B has a front camera of 0.3 megapixel camera and an external support of USB mouse and keyboard. It also supports 3G dongle for 3G network access. It has built in WiFi (b/g/n) support. The tablet also has internal storage of 4 GB.
ZenFocus launches a new tablet
The MyZenTAB 708B is currently available for Rs 5,999 from and Carrefour Cash and Carry stores in India. The same promotion is also being made available through distributors and dealers all over India.
Though the company claims that the tablet is meant for business as well as for commoners, the tablet apart from the expandable RAM doesn't seem to have anything special for even the price being asked for as you get several such tablets from the likes of Micromax and Karbonn. Also, we do not know about the build quality of the tablet and if the company has done something better with that, then only does it make any sense.

Aakash 2's commercial version available for pre-booking

Canadian company, Datawind has formally announced a new version of its much hyped Aakash tablet. Named Aakash 2, the tablet was unveiled by Pranab Mukherjee, President of India. Designed and manufactured by Datawind, the Aakash 2 tablet comes with a 7-inch display and houses a 1 GHz mobile processor.
Datawind has not officially announced the price of the tablet yet but few reports have said that the tablet will be available to students for a subsidiesed price of Rs 1,130. However, Datawind in its official press release said that the tablet is commercially available in the market as UbiSlate 7Ci for a price of Rs 4,499. The company also told The Mobile Indian that they will provide the tablet to the Human Resource Ministry for distribution among students for Rs 2,263.
"The price is Rs 2,263 at which the government purchases the device from us. The government subsidises it by 50 per cent and it will be distributed to students at Rs 1,130," Datawind chief executive officer Suneet Tuli was quoted as saying.
Aakash 2's commercial version available
Datawind promises to supply 100,000 units to the Institute of Information and Technology - Bombay which will further distribute those tablets to Engineer Universities.
The Aakash 2 tablet arrives with 7-inch touchscreen display that supports 480x800 pixel resolution natively. This screen is capable of supporting 4-point multi-touch. Datawind has used a 1 GHz ARM Cortex-A8 mobile processor and 512 MB RAM to power the Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system of the tablet. There is a front facing VGA camera to click images or initiate video chat. There is a 3.5 mm audio port to enjoy music on the same. On normal battery, the tablet offers about three hours of run time.
The teaching faculties of the IIT Bombay have also claimed to build some applications for the Engineering Students on the Aakash 2 tablet.
The first version of the tablet, Aakash was the dream of many and eventually turned into a nightmare. Delays in the availability, disappointing device quality and several issues plagued the first generation Aakash Tablet. In fact, we still get inquiries about where to purchase or order Aakash Tablet from. Many who have already ordered the tablet are yet to hear from the company.
Though the subsidized Aakash 2 tablet's availability is not known yet, you can pre-book the UbiSlate 7Ci tablet from DataWind by following this link.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Intex's Android 4.0-based I Buddy 7.2 tablet available online at Rs. 5,490

Product Description

Intex Technologies is a pioneer in Technology & IT Products such as Computer Peripherals, Mobile Phones and Consumer Electronics. Set up in 1996, the company is headquartered at New Delhi. It has a pan-India presence though its own network of 29 branches and more than 500 service points.Brand 'Intex' covers 6 business segments- Computer Peripherals, Mobile Phones, Consumer Electronics, Security Software, Retail and Enterprise Solutions. It has built for itself high credibility amongst its vast network of channel partners and several million satisfied end users by superior quality products at affordable prices supported by effective service and a consistent policy of transparent, fair and ethical dealings.Intex is ISO 9001:2008 certified.

Technical Specifications

Display 7 inch capacitive touch screen,5-point touch
Type Touch Screen
Resolution 800 X 480 Pixels
Chipest 1GHz Cortex A8 core A13
GPU Mali400 with 2D/3D Graphic acceleration support
Operating System Android 4.0 ICS (supported latest Adobe Flash Player 11)
Internal Memory 4GB
Camera Front Camera 0.3 Mega Pixels
Dimension 194x120x13mm
3G Data Card Compatible with 3G Data Card Airtel(E173Bu-1),Reliance(MF190), & TATA Photon Plus (EC156 & EC1261).
Wi-Fi Buit-in IEEE 802.11b/g/n
Audio MP3, WMA, AAC, AMR
Photo Format JPG/JPEG, BMP, PNG, GIF
E-Book Format pdf, html, word,excel etc (thru office suite).
Audio Recording Format 3gpp
Games Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja,Cut the rope etc
Other Functions Calculator, calendar and other android apks.
Language Support multi languages ( Android Default)
Supported Computer System Windows2K/XP/Vista/Windows7.
USB Connection Mini USB port high speed transmission
Battery polymer lithium battery 2800 mAh
Flash Memory (Pendrive) upto 8GB
TF Memory Card up to 32GB
Weight 330gms (approx)
Sales Package 1 Tablet, USB Cable-1, Power Adopter-1, Earphone-1, OTG Cable-1, UserManual & Warranty Card
Warranty As per Intex Service Policy

Sony Tablet S review

It has taken two years for Sony to enter the tablet market, and in that time every manufacturer and their budget Taiwanese spin-off have colluded to fill the tablet market with dross.
This presents both and opportunity and a threat to Sony, and while there are many sub-standard tablets on the market, some great work has been done by a few companies, and there's now a handful of successful, great value Android tablets to choose from.
You can check out our Android Tablet round-up to see how this slate measures up against three of its rivals below:
Aside from the obvious iPad 2, which is the gold standard of design and usability, Samsung has unleashed a flurry of tablets, from the excellent Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, to the imminent Galaxy Tab 7.7 which boasts a vibrant AMOLED display.
Other notable competitors also include the Motorola Xoom, which is now aggressively priced at £349, and the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, and soon-to-be-released Eee Pad Slider, which both boast full, physical QWERTY keyboards.
To launch into this crowded marketplace, Sony had to release something different, and with the Sony Tablet S and the forthcoming Tablet P, that's exactly what its done.
The Sony Tablet S is a curvaceous, wedge-shaped tablet, which looks as if it has been folded out of a single piece of textured black plastic. It's thicker at one side, with a rounded edge, as if you'd taken a thin paper back, and folded the cover back on itself to really get stuck into the story.
Aside from making it look different to every other tablet on the market, the Sony Tablet S's unique appearance isn't purely aesthetic. The design means that typing is comfortable when laid flat on a table or desk, which is a flaw in most flat tablets.
sony tablet s
The book-like design makes it easy to grip with one hand, making it perfect for browsing the web or reading ebooks.
The Tablet S weighs just 600g, which makes it identical in weight to the iPad 2. There's a plastic finish, which doesn't feel cheap, and it has a textured back which offers grip for your hand.
While Sony has done well to make the form stand out from its peers, the specs are a standard affair emulating their rivals closely. There's a dual-core Tegra 2 processor clocked at 1GHz, 1GB of memory, capacitive touchscreen, and an SD expansion slot.
sony tablet s
The Sony Tablet S also comes with a range of other features, which make it really stand out from the crowd. There are front and rear cameras, 1080p video capture and playback, PlayStation certification, which enables users to access a range of exclusive titles, and a host of Sony created apps, including a universal remote for controlling other Sony products.
The tablet comes in two iterations, with 16GB and 32GB options available, and it has set pricing at £399 for the 16GB version. This in itself is an admission by Sony to the ferocity and difficulty of the tablet market.
Sony tends to market itself as a premium manufacturer, and set its pricing accordingly, but at £399, it has decided to compete directly with companies it would look down upon in other markets.

Source- techradar

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 review-window 8 tablet

With a scheduled release date of Oct. 26, TechRadar was pleased to get some hands-on time with the device at a recent Intel Windows 8 event where the Silicon Valley company also showed off the processor behind many Windows 8 tablets: the Intel Atom Clover Trail.
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2
With an expected retail price of around $799 (£500) the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, while it costs as much as a high-end ultrabook, is one of the more solidly built Windows 8 tablets we've spent some time with.
Lenovo users will welcome the inclusion of the keyboard which harkens back to Lenovo products of yore. Replete with a bright-red pointing stick, which has been a hallmark of the brand for years. Road warriors who currently use Lenovo products will definitely feel at home.
While $799 (£500) may seem like a lot to spend on a tablet it's rumored that users will also be able to buy one without the keyboard for anywhere from $100 to $200 less (£60 to £120).
As a mobile device the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 feels great to use. That said, the way the device connects to the keyboard is less appealing than with other units. For instance, we prefer the HP Envy X2 solution where the tablet actually connects to the keyboard as opposed to merely sitting in the keyboard dock.
Compared to the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2, the HP Envy X2 actually feels more like a ultrabook and less like a tablet with an optional keyboard.
Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2
Sporting a 10.1-inch IPS display with a full resolution of 1,366x768, the tablet is powered by an Intel Clover Trail processor. The unit we saw was operating at 1.8GHz and was able to run several apps simultaneously without a hiccup.
In addition, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 ships with a full version of Office 2013. For road warriors this is an absolute boon.
The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 will also benefit from an optional dock that sports an Ethernet port, three USB ports and an HDMI out.

Asus Eee Pad Slider review-A slide-out keyboard on an Android tablet

The Asus Eee Pad Slider has arrived, and manages to stand out in much the same way.
The specs are fairly typical for tablets these days. The Eee Pad Slider features a 1GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 system-on-a-chip, offering dual-core power and good graphics performance, which powers Android 3.1 out of the box (though you can upgrade to 3.2 as soon as you get it connected to the internet, and an Android 4.0 update is on its way).
There's 1GB of RAM to keep multitasking smooth, along with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage, though a microSD card slot means you can boost this. Wi-Fi is present up to 802.11n, as is Bluetooth.The screen is a generous 10.1-inch 1280 x 800 IPS affair, so there's plenty of space for Android 3.2 to show us what it's got.
The build quality of the two halves of the Eee Pad Slider is excellent, feeling totally solid and without any noticeable give. Our only (admittedly very mild) concerns are with the joins between the two.
We don't expect the hinge to break on anyone for no good reason, but the way the screen just sits loose and wobbly when in the upright position is odd compared how solid the rest of the device is.
There's also a ribbon connecting the screen to the keyboard. While we've no doubt that this offers a huge power consumption advantage over using Bluetooth to connect the two, it's an obvious weak point if your Slider should take an unexpected trip to the ground.

Around the sides, you've not only got your microSD card slot, but also the Lock key, a volume rocker, a reset button that's far too easy to press, a mini-HDMI port for video output, Asus's proprietary connection for USB connectivity and charging, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a full-size USB port.
Having two separate sliding halves in this tablet inevitably means it's a lot thicker than the competition. At 273 x 180.3 x 17.3mm, it's around twice as thick as an iPad 2, and at 960g it's around 50 percent heavier.
The weight difference really does tip it from being comfortable to hold to being just too heavy to keep in one hand for long. Between this and the slide-out function, which puts the screen at a great angle for both desk and lap use, it becomes clear that the Eee Pad Slider is less of a competitor for tablets like the iPad, and is more targeting replacing netbooks and smaller laptops.
The Eee Pad Slider looks set to be available for around £450 in its 32GB version, which isn't as cheap as the keyboardless half of the Eee Pad Transformer, but is good value compared to most other Android tablets