Xiaomi last week released the Xiaomi MiPad tablet for sale in China, its first tablet device with a Retina-quality display. As with other products from the company, the MiPad was sold exclusively via an online flash sale that
Speck Design announced July 3 (US time) that it is working with Google to create Project Tango, a tablet that combines camera vision and virtual surroundings into a seamless augmented reality.
The 2 in 1 Surface Pro 3, which Microsoft calls the tablet to replace your laptop, is expected to arrive in Singapore by end-August. The latest Surface model is now available for pre-order at the Microsoft Online Store. Pre-orders will also be taken at authorized retailers like Challenger, Newstead and Harvey Norman from 4 July.
Microsoft this afternoon unveiled the Surface Pro 3 tablet for the first time in Singapore. Here are my thoughts on the Surface Pro 3 after a quick hands-on with a demo unit.
Fabless semiconductor company MediaTek has unveiled the MT8127, a quad-core System on a Chip (SoC) targeted for 'super-mid' market tablets, on May 31.
Microsoft earlier this week unveiled the company's third generation Surface tablet: The Surface Pro 3. The device weights 800 grams, has a larger surface area than its predecessor, and comes with an improved multi-position kickstand.
Xiaomi CEO Lei Jun last week announced the company's first tablet, the Mi Pad in a Beijing event. As reported by Engadget, the 16GB version will retail for CN¥1,499 (SG$300), while the 64GB variant will sell for CN¥1,699 (SG$341).
Research firm IDC’s preliminary results for the first quarter of 2014 show that the PC market in the Asia Pacific region, excluding Japan, declined by 8% compared to the quarter before, and 11% compared
We all love sharing about the latest apps that we use. However, it can be tedious to trawl though your smartphone or tablet to list down all the Android apps that you would recommend to new adopters of the platform. Enter List My Apps, a simple but innovative Android app that generates a list of the currently installed apps for you complete with the direct links to download them by.
The sheer uptake of mobile devices in recent years has culminated in mobile devices achieving a state of ubiquity, be it in the form of smartphones or mobile-capable tablets. Even Wi-Fi only devices can get Internet access fairly easily, especially with the up-and-coming Hotspot 2.0 that lets Wi-Fi devices “roam” between disparate public access points without the need to re-authenticate.
Mimoto Tech, a spinoff from World Import Export Trade Company, an outsourced manufacturer which helps other companies design, prototype and mass-produce consumer electronics in Malaysia, Hong Kong, and Taiwan is almost ready to mass produce its Mimoto Pen.
The iPad tablet is one of the most popular productivity devices in the market right now. Unfortunately, it is lacking arguably one of the top productivity apps out there today - Microsoft Office. While there are many third party apps such as QuickOffice and Documents To Go, an official Office for iPad by Microsoft will likely be a far more popular choice.