Tag: Dual Core

Amazon Kindle Fire8.9 – A Tablet That Can Play 1080p Video At its Native Resolution!

AMAZON KINDLE FIRE8The manufacturers of tablets always keep a close eye on competition prevailing in market and try to be ahead of their competitors. Amazon has recently hit the market with Kindle Fire HD 8.9 which has been manufactured by keeping a close eye on the competitors. The display of 8.9 8inches makes it an easily portable tablet with screen size of a large sized tablet. Continue reading

Google Nexus 10 – Is It The One We Were Hoping For?

Google Nexus 10This summer we were amazed by the tablet that Google introduced with cooperation with Asus, their little wonder the 7 inch Nexus. This tablet blew every one away with the amazing specifications incorporated in that small package and the starting price of about $200. Now, Google has introduced the bigger brother, which was made incorporation with Samsung which has a lot to say for itself, even though it is a bit slower than the smaller one.

So what is new here? Continue reading

Pantech Flex – Dual Personality

Pantech FlexThis one is mainly for the English readers.

The company Pantech has been pushing out midrange phones on the English market for a while and the majority of them can be described as mediocre. This one breaks that stereotype with its specifications and what it has under the hood.

The Pantech Flex deserves its name because of the software that it has inside. To be precise, it works on Android 4.0.4 that can be boot up in an easy mode – made for people with less understanding of modern Android usage and a standard mode that is more or less as any other Android software. Continue reading

iPad Mini – Is It All That We Were Expecting?

Apple iPad MiniMacintosh didn’t roll over and die after the death of their CEO Steve Jobs as everyone feared, instead they are introducing new products all the time and some of them wouldn’t be here if he was leading the company. Now, the hype that was started about the iPad mini has come to an interesting end, with its reveal. The speculation about its form and overall design was disproven and the newest product is getting ready to hit the shelves on the second of November.

Firstly, this iPad will be in a tight battle with the Google Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD. Continue reading

Google Chromebook by Samsung – For The Common User

Google Chromebook by SamsungHow many notebook users do you know that have given a lot of money to have a great machine that can raise hell and are using it just to play games on Facebook?

As our question states there are a lot of users that give a lot of money for some machine that will never use its full potential and was bought just because they wanted more.

Well Google with collaboration with Samsung made a Chromebook that is made just for the common user. This notebook has a very low price tag and hardware that is just enough. Continue reading

Lenovo Lynx – Atom Based Win8

Lenovo LynxAmong the plethora of devices that Lenovo has introduced last Tuesday, there was something for everyone. Among those devices, they introduced an Atom based convertible hybrid, called Lenovo Lynx.  The Lynx is a Transformer type hybrid that copies its type of design, but with Lenovo’s own hinge design.

The Lynx is a notebook/tablet hybrid that will be aimed for the broad public, offering common specs that can already be seen in most of them. Continue reading

Intel Z2760 – Atom Strikes Back

Intel Z2760Intel has been falling behind the tablet game for a while now and last they have incorporated their Atom processors was in the Eee notebooks that have long been forgotten. Now, they want to claim their throne back with their newest Atom iteration that according to them will be much stronger and faster than every competitor’s processor.

They have introduced the Z2760 processor that has already been implemented in a lot of tablet hybrids, which are going to be unveiled with the launch of Windows 8 on 26th of October, or later. Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini – A Smaller And Cheaper SIII

Samsung Galaxy SIII MiniSamsung has been a leader for a while now at the mobile market and that is for a reason. They are offering wonderful phone design and with that a great hardware and innovative ideas on the market. They have hit the sweet spot with the latest Samsung Galaxy SIII, but that phone is for people with deep pockets. Now they unveiled their newest marvel, a smaller brother for this monster of a phone, the Samsung Galaxy SIII mini. This “little” phone still brings great specs and a design that is same as the all-time favorite, its bigger brother. Continue reading

Motorola RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD – Flagships Of The New Motorola Lineup

Motorola RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HDMotorola has had a lot to show over the last month and while we are still waiting for Win8 and their show of Win8 phones- if any, these models had a big launch last month, as leaders of the Motorola revolution. The lineup was not so vast, but enough to stir up some commotion. In it Motorola has introduced three phones, of which we are reviewing two now, because essentially they are almost identical.

The Motorola RAZR HD and RAZR MAXX HD have the same specs when it comes to their dimensions and hardware, except that RAZR MAXX HD is a bit heavier (11g) and thicker by less than a mm. Continue reading

Rikomagic – Ruminants Of The Past

RikomagicThe year 2009 was very interesting for the hardware developers. The coming out of small, ultra-portable notebook computers, known by the name netbook, has opened a new chapter in the development of mobile computers. Even though they are slow for today’s standards, they are still usable for the task that they were made for. The Atom processors were behind time, even at the time they came out. That’s why the manufacturers gave up this approach and went into production of ultrabook computers, which kept their dimensions, but brought with them a bigger punch, with the much stronger hardware. Continue reading