Lava XOLO X900
Intel wants a piece of the mobile market and they wanted this for a long time. They joined almost all the markets with their processors, but this has been one market that they haven’t left a mark on. So, how are they planning on doing it? In collaboration with an Indian phone company called Lava. This phone has been launched in the Indian market on the 23rd of April 2012 and with their first try, Intel in collaboration with Lava is turning heads and beating scores all over. This phone ranks with the top competitors on the market, right next to HTC One X and Samsung Galaxy III. So let’s see what makes it tick, what is under the hood that makes it so good.
On the surface it looks like a normal Android phone, a bit like a copy of iPhone. It even runs on an Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), with a possibility on future upgrade to Android 4.0. It has a sleek design, black surface with metal lining. Continue reading
So Intel is joining the game of supplying cheap tablets to the less evolved countries and to the children everywhere. They joined the initiative of the NGO that is fighting to supply one laptop per child all over the world. So what did they came up with? Well as always kids are supposed to handle this peace of hardware so it has to be resilient to many scratches, blows and falls and cheap also, so lets see what they are offering.
Intel had a series of laptops that was called the Classmate series but this is a bit different. As it is called the Studybook it means it is supposed to help children all over the world to better cope with their study material.
How do they want to do this you ask? Continue reading
Every gamer knows Razer as a company that makes sublime gaming accessories, with a lot of new concepts and most important of all, they care about the public, so they design using the public’s feedback. At this stage they are preparing a new concept of gaming on the go, something that is an evolution of gaming and it is not a gaming console in the classical sense, but it is a tablet capable of everything that a normal tablet is capable of and a lot more. To add to this, they are designing it with your support as a consumer, listening to feedback and upgrading upon that.
The concept is one of the most amazing pieces of hardware so far. From the outside it looks as a normal tablet with one, or should I say two extra features. Continue reading