Hot Off The Virtual Press: New Tablets Galore!
Are you in the market for a new tablet? If so, get ready to crunch some numbers and start some heavy cross comparison because the tablet competition is gonna get heated. In today’s news, we discovered 12 new tablets were emerging. The pressure is on. Which offers more bang for your buck? Which is the fastest? Which has the most advanced features? The questions are endless, but most importantly… which one should you get? We wont bore you with details from each one, but here are some highlights!
Blackberry Playbook: The cost is somewhere around $499 for this creative piece of work. It will come with Wi-Fi connections, Bluetooth technology as well as a front and rear facing camera. The Playbook will not have cellular service but will serve as a sidekick to the BlackBerry smartphones.
Cisco Cius: Hold onto your hats, cause this one seems a little on the pricy side. Coming it at approximately $1100. It’s a mobile collaboration business tablet that provides virtual desktop integration. This Android-powered tablet has a 7-inch screen and runs on an Intel Atom processor. It also has a front and rear facing camera. In addition, it supports Wi-Fi and 3G, and offers 32 gigabytes of Flash.
Toshiba Folio 100: This tablet features a dazzling 10.1 –inch screen and runs on Android 2.2 while Nvidia’s Tegra 2 processor runs underneath. It includes 16GB of memory, supports Bluetooth 2.1, is equipped with a HDMI output, two USB ports, a SD memory card slot and 3G mobile data connectivity. Holla!
So what do you think? Ready for an upgrade? Share your thoughts below! And while you’re at it, check out today’s read on your eReader:
Summer had a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, Faith, and a successful Interior Design Business. Her husband is killed in an explosion when her daughter was two. Her husband’s twin, Braedyn, has always been a part of their lives. But, one day all of their worlds get turn upside down. Summer becomes more dependent on Braedyn and doesn’t even realize it. Faith, at 4 years old now, loves having Braedyn around. Braedyn can only see Summer as his dead brother’s wife, but sees Faith as his own. Will a crisis bring them all together as a family, tear them apart, or send one of them over the edge?