How many times have you lost your car keys just when you’re in a hurry to get to work? In fact, they haven’t been lost; you just forgot where you put them. Such situation can easily take fifteen minutes of frantic searching in the most impossible places, just to find your keys in a place you already checked few times. There isn’t a human on this planet who hasn’t lost something in the weirdest place (I once found my ‘lost’ phone in the fridge), but the technology era has a solution for every one of our problems.
The world tablet market is fast growing by leaps and bounds. The demand for powerful and feature-rich tablets is on the rise all across the globe. All the leading mobile manufacturing companies are engaged in innovating and developing stylish, advanced and feature-rich Tablets.
Technology advancements have changed the way we work and spend our time. We have already seen how computers, laptops, tablets and Smartphones have redefined our lives. Things which we only could have imagined have become a reality today. And now it’s the turn of gestural interfaces to transform the way we read and do scanning of printed information. Fujitsu has developed an interaction system that makes dumb paper really smart. Named as Fujitsu’s FingerLink, the device turns your paper into touch screens.
It seems like Asus has a dream association with Google. After the successful launch of Google Nexus 7 tablet, Asus is all set to reveal Asus Qube Google TV (Set-Top) Box. Asus has finally declared that it will soon launch the much awaited ASUS Qube Google TV, most probably in the last week of April 2013 or early May 2013.
Microsoft the largest software manufacturer of the world is also well known for its world class hardware products. Besides Windows operating system that runs over 90% of world’s personal computers, Microsoft is also known for Xbox 360 consoles and other sorts of hardware devices. And now Microsoft has eyed to further strengthen its base in the hardware arena with the release of its newest and powerful tablet, the Microsoft Surface Pro.
Apple’s fourth-generation iPad tablet is already a hit throughout the world with Apple selling over 120 million iPads across the globe. And now, Apple has announced the upgraded version of iPad tablet in the form of 128GB fourth-generation iPad. Yes, Apple has launched 128GB iPad Tablet. The new iPad model has twice the internal storage capacity than its predecessor increasing its internal storage from 64GB to 128GB.
The world’s leading technology company, Sony is in news yet again. Sony already has a great portfolio in Smartphones and Tablets and this time it has taken a tremendous leap forward to launch the world’s lightest and thinnest Tablet in the 10-inch category. Yes, the much anticipated Sony Xperia Z Tablet has been finally launched in Japan.
The race for cheaper Android Tablets has just got better with the Taiwanese maker, Asus, announcing its new sub-$150 budget friendly Android Tablet. It has not been much time to CES 2013 and Asus has announced its latest 7-inch budget Android Tablet Asus Memo Pad ME 172V. Asus Memo Pad ME 172V is slated to be released in the U.S. in the month of April this year and will be available at a price tag of $149 only. Asus Memo Pad 172V is now a reality.
Toshiba has announced a new launch especially for UK, Toshiba AT300SE Tablet. AT300SE Tablet is an upgrade of his already coming model AT300 for US. The new Toshiba AT300SE Tablet is now running on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Toshiba AT300SE Tablet has been priced at $476.
A big day for Google as it announced a new tablet, a new Smartphone and upgraded version of it’s old tablet Nexus 7. Google has launched a high end tablet Google Nexus 10 in partnership with Samsung Google Nexus 10, Smartphone in partnership with LG, Google Nexus 4 and has upgraded his most sold tablet Google Nexus 7. All the three devices will run on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.