Apple Mini iPad – Fact or Fiction?

Apple’s Baby iPad The 2 most popular size tablets are the 7-inch and 10-inch tablets. We all know that Apple dominates the 10-inch tablet arena with its iPad (actually 9.7 inch). In the 7-inch tablet world, Samsung (major player) and others are safe in the 7-inch arena. Google has recently entered the market with its Nexus 7 tablet which is 7-inch. Microsoft has their Surface model. Believe it or not, Toys R Us is coming out with a kid’s tablet named tabeo Here at Tablets-Computer, we have always been recommending that the idea tablet size is 7-inch. It fits nicely in the palm of your hand. It takes up little space when you are using...

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Tablets and the Olympics

Tablets Will Be Everywhere in the London 2012 Olympics The current London Olympics will have one additional “unofficial” entry – the computer tablet. The London Olympics (2012) will be a showcase for new tablets coming out and many of them will be competing for first place, currently held by the Apple iPAD. Google Nexus 7 with its latest Android OS “Jelly Bean” is a strong contender. Just 4 years ago at the China Olympics, tablets were just coming out and there were only a handful on the market. When phones came out with the ability to table photos/videos, it was a strange sight to see people holding up their phones to take pictures and...

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Uses of a Tablet

Uses of a Tablet – What to do With One You are probably sitting on the fence deciding whether you should get a tablet computer or not. After all, you already have a smart phone and a laptop. So what are the uses of a tablet and why should you get one? Or not? Major Uses of a Tablet The major uses of a tablet is to consume information. It is used to surf the web, watching video, playing games, accessing Facebook, reading email, etc. There are of course keyboard accessories that you can purchase if you want to do data entry. If you do a lot of travelling, a tablet, especially the 7″...

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eBook Readers

eBook Readers – Should You Get One? In this article, we take a look at the pros and cons of owning ebook readers. eBook Readers come in many forms from the high-end tablets to the low-end readers designed mainly for reading ebooks. eBook Readers Pros * With the introduction of tablets and ebook readers, you can now take your favorite books with you wherever you go.  This is great if you are travelling and you don’t want to be carrying all your books with you. * By publishing books in an ebook format, you avoid printing books which saves trees and great for the environment. * If you purchase some physical books such as...

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Tablets for Kids

Tablets for Kids A Good Thing? There is a hot debate going on between parents on the issue of tablets for kids. If there is any indications, the demands for tablets for kids is on the rise. This past Christmas, tablets and phones were on kid’s top wish list from Santa. Since many children already have access to computers and phones, there shouldn’t be any problems with them using tablets. There is no denying it, children should be able to have and use tablets. Tablets are perfect for kids. There is no phyiscal keyboards for them to “learn” how to use a tablet. Everything is pretty well intuitive. Just use your fingers to move...

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Tablet OS | Tablet Operating System

Tablet Operating System Apple iOS The major tablet operating system is none other than Apple’s iOS. The great thing with Apple’s iOS is that it runs across Apple’s many devices including the iPhone (all models), the iPod Touch, Apple TV, and of course the iPad tablets. iOS was originally called “iPhone OS” as it was developed for the iPhone. iOS only runs on Apple’s devices. Android OS Apple’s iOS main competitor is non other than Google’s Android OS (based on Linux). Android runs on a majority of smartphones and tablets.  There are many versions of Androids out there and that’s what makes it a bit confusing.  From a tablet perspective, you should look for Android 3.0 (called...

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Laptop vs Tablet

Laptop vs Tablet Comparison Here at Tablets Computer, we take a look at laptop vs tablet. This is not a debate on which one is better, but rather highlight the strengths of one over the other. Size and Weight The first laptop vs tablet difference is their size and weight. A laptop is large and bulky weighing in around 5 to 10 pounds. It requires a supporting structure such as a table or your lap to use. A laptop screen size ranges from 11 inches and up. A tablet is smaller and thinner with screen sizes ranging from 7 inches to slightly over 10 inches and weighs in around 1 to 2 pounds. A...

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Upgrade to iPhone 4s or Tablet?

This article is for you iPhone 4 users thinking of upgrading to the iPhone 4s. Should you go ahead with the move? Here are some reasons why you SHOULD STAY with the iPhone 4: 1. There are more similarities between the 2 phones than there are differences.  There are no major updates to the design. Well, there are 2 – Better camera and a dual core processor but are they worth the upgrade? 2. The increased in downlink speed of 14.4 Mbps of the 4s is only available with certain carriers such as AT&T (for now).  So if you’re not an AT&T customer, you won’t be able to experience this downlink speed increase. 3....

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Tablet Features

Tablet Features – What to Look For If you are in the market to buy a tablet computer, you will be faced with many choices in terms of tablet brands, tablet features and tablet prices.  Here are some important tablet features we feel you should keep in mind: The operating system – The iPad and iPhone runs on iOS. The two major OS contenders are iOS from Apple and Android from Google.  There are others such as WebOS from HP and the MeeGo (based on Linux) OS.  As far as tablet features go, the OS is a very important one. You can’t go wrong with either the iOS or Android. * Flash – Flash allows animation, video,...

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