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Intel unveiled the specifications of its Windows 8 tablets


On the occasion of the IDF, Intel unveiled the specifications of its Windows 8 tablets. Like ultrabooks, the chipmaker has a fairly precise specifications for future tablets embarking on new Microsoft OS. Thus, there will be two models, one 10 “and other classic 11” which can be equipped with a dock / removable keyboard as the Transformer Premium Asus, but the whole shall not exceed a weight of 680 grams and a thickness of 9 mm.
These shelves 10 and 11 inches, whose minimum screen resolution must be 768 by 1366, will incorporate an Atom Z2760 (Clover Trail) clocked from 1.3 GHz to 1.8 GHz, Wireless (WiFi Direct) 3G/4G, NFC, Bluetooth, a PowerVR SGX GPU 544MP2 (similar to the iPad 2), a 720p webcam and a minimum of 9 hours of sleep for 30 days.

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Barnes and Noble: Nook a Simple Touch with a backlit display Glowlight


The market for e-reader is in turmoil. The U.S. market is the scene of a bitter struggle between two giants: Amazon and Barnes and Noble. But we do not learn anything.

The host of this wood evoked ago less than a week the hypothesis of a new generation Kindle with a black and white display backlighting. The idea does not please everyone, especially the purists of the E-Ink screen and fans of the little pocket of light under the covers. Because the main defect of the E-Ink technology is unable to read at night without external lighting – or in any conditions of very low luminosity.
Thus Barnes and Noble takes the ball before his beloved competitor. Nate Hoffelder, Editor for The Digital Reader, got more explicit photos of an upcoming model reader Nook, Nook Baptist Simple Touch, sporting a backlit display, named Glowlight. In fact, the light source is behind the screen E-Ink 6 inches. Finally, the source of Mr. Hoffelder announces an output for a Thursday. Hopefully – no very clear – that the revelation of the model is done tomorrow. But an announcement next week seems more likely for our fellow blogger. It is hung next to the information we will notify you as soon as possible.

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Toshiba Announces 10 tablets Excite, Excite and Excite 7.7 13


Toshiba has announced the upcoming release of its 10 tablets Excite, Excite and Excite 13 4 ICS 7.7 Android.
The 10 Excite offers a touch screen 10.1 “with a resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, a range of 12h, an NVIDIA Tegra 3, 1GB of RAM, a capacity of 16GB, 32GB or 64GB, an SD slot, a microphone output HDMI, WiFi / Bluetooth, a micro USB port and a thickness of 8.89 mm for 598g. Available in May from $ 450.
The Excite 7.7 is similar to Excite 10 except that it has an AMOLED 7.7 “, with a thickness of 7.6 mm and weighs 380g and loses the HDMI output and the micro SD slot in favor of a microSD slot. Available in 16GB and 32GB in June from $ 500.

Finally, Excite 13, repeatedly leaked, features a LED screen 13.3 “16:9 HD resolution 1600 x 900 pixels, a 3 Tegra processor, 1GB of RAM, SRS Labs audio sound, a 5-megapixel camera at back, a webcam 2MPx, a micro USB port, an HDMI output microphone, an SD slot, a battery life of 13h, the WiFi / Bluetooth, an optional TV tuner and 1cm thick and weighs 997g. Available in 16GB, 32GB or 64GB from $ 650 in June.

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The tablet Google postponed until July


The first tablet of Google (usually) designed in partnership with Asus should not be available before this summer, specifically July. Originally scheduled for May release date was delayed for a cost issue, Google wanting the market to a maximum of $ 250.
The tablet could have a 7 “screen, a processor Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core (where another if the cost is too excessive), and Wi-Fi only Android ICS course. It should also only be sold online by Google to avoid dispensing errors. More information about this future tablet at the Google I / O surely!

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ArtView Tabet 9.7 insh (8GB) Android 4.0 AT9C-A10WA


While the new iPad occupies much of the media dealing with new technologies, some brands are trying somehow to distinguish itself by offering on the market shelves with as main weapons, an attractive price (around € 200) if possible the latest version of Android (Ice Cream Sandwich) and technical specifications in the average.
The tablet-ArtView AT9C A10WA is one of them. Proposed at just over € 200, it has a screen size of the iPad, Android 4, 1.2 GHz processor (officially) associated with 1 GB of RAM, of 8 GB of internal memory expandable with an HDMI output and two cameras. Is a suitable configuration which allows access to hundreds of thousands of applications available in the Google Store Play formerly Market.
See What is the shelf-ArtView AT9C A10WA during a full test. Is it ergonomic? Is it efficient? How Does the difference? The answers and more in the sequel.
The tablet ArtView AT9C offers the same footprint as the new iPad or iPad 2. It provides approximately as much due to its 9.7-inch screen diagonal format 4/3 as the Apple tablet. The first is lighter: 570 grams to 652 grams against the AT9C for the new iPad.
In her hands, she seems relatively slight. Finishes are appropriate although with two screws visible on the edge of connectivity. The back is covered with a smooth aluminum shell imitation which seems insensitive to scratches (to do with time …). Back, the tablet ArtView very similar to Apple especially with the black part that we can see in the picture below … This band is the only distinction between the Wi-Fi version and version wireless / 3G iPad. Yet here, no 3G option.

Processor: BoxChip A10 Cortex A8 (1.0 Ghz)
RAM: 1024 MB
Internal storage: 8 GB
Graphics chip: Mali 400
Screen: 9.7 “IPS (1024 * 768)
WiFi: Yes (802.11n)
Operating System: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)
Camera: Yes (0.3MP and 2mp)
ports: MiniHDMI 1 x, 1 x MicroSD
weight: 270g
warranty: 1 year

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New Apple iPad 3 review


The new Apple iPad, the iPad 3, the new iPad 3 and new gadgets by new-digital-gadgets.com call it what you want, but it is a device that looks remarkably like the outside of the iPad 2, but with a revision of the bowels. Continue reading New Apple iPad 3 review

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The New Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1


The New Samsung Tab (Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1) ,Samsung announced a new version of the Galaxy Tab at the MWC 2011 at Barcelona. The original Galaxy Tab was made on Android version 2.2, which not designed for tablets, Continue reading The New Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

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The New Apple iPad 2


The new apple iPad 2 in January 2011 prototype at the event had a front-facing camera at the top edge of the glass screen. Another unnamed source confirmed that the iPad 2 existed but didn’t confirm whether it was at the event.According to publication Economy Daily News, the new upcoming Apple iPad 2 will have a video phone (FaceTime), better mobility options, a USB port, Retina Display, and 3-axis gyroscopes to make gaming better.The iPad 2 is also rumored to utilize smaller size panels with thinner glass. Continue reading The New Apple iPad 2

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New Apple iPad

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The New Apple iPad in-store as soon as Oct. 15, with a goal of having the tablet computers in around 2,300 stores by mid-November.That timing puts the company just in time for the famed shopping rush of Black Friday (the day after Thanksgiving).Right now you can order the 64GB iPad with Wi-Fi, and the 32 and 64GB iPad with Wi-Fi + 3G online at Walmart.com, but buyers have to pick the tablets up in store.The world’s largest retailer said it would start carrying all six iPad types this Friday, including both Wi-Fi and 3G + Wi-Fi models Continue reading New Apple iPad

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Tablet HP WebOS

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New Tablet HP WebOS device to be launched by HP,Arrival of the rumor about HP Tablet WebOS autumn we all cheered. Too bad that these rumors appear to be contradicted by a new report. Are in fact many sources that give the Hurricane exit, this is the code name Continue reading Tablet HP WebOS

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