Tablet PC’s are ruling the PC world these days and created a trend in the processor world. For its portability and dominating performance, people adopted it as the best gismo to put up with work. These are actually within your means. Here is list of the most affordable tablet PC’s:
Nokia Lumia 900 is first Windows Phone smartphones to support LTE connectivity(but sadly LTE connectivity in it not available in India). It also features a 4.3″ WVGA AMOLED display with ClearBlack technology, polycarbonate unibody in different colors, 1.4GHz CPU, 16GB of internal memory and 1830mAh battery.
iPhone 5, the world’s most awaited gadget, is here. iPhone has been here since 2007, but Apple gave it a completely new avatar made of glass and aluminium on Wednesday in a bid to take on rising challenges from the Android brigade.
It doesn’t have a giant screen or 4G speeds, but HTC’s One S smartphone still packs plenty of strength under its extremely slim bonnet. Is this svelte smartphone overshadowed by its One series brethren, or does it punch above its weight?
Microsoft’s next version of the OS — Windows 8 is due for launch on 26 October. But yesterday, Samsung became the first company to launch a new smartphone with the Windows 8 OS at the IFA in Berlin. The device is called ATIV S, a rather dull name, but still the smartphone might be a new choice for consumers stuck between Android and iPhone.
There is indeed a great battle between 4G LTE vs. Wimax. However, this battle history between the two has never been revealed to the people. Lets us start with the definition of the two.
When you feel a compulsive urge to do something with known side effects, you are labeled as an addict. Computers, cell phones, internet, and all high-tech products/gadgets are addictive. The minimum side effect is the waste of time which can translate into more serious wastes, such as money, health, social life, and relationships. Smartphones are particularly more addictive as you carry them as your personal belonging to every place you go.
Sony Xperia Miro Price in India
With special Facebook integration and powered with 5MP primary camera and Android 4.0 OS features, Sony Xperia Miro price in India is expected at less than Rs. 15,000. Sony Xperia Miro price in India will be suitable for mid category of customers like students and young professionals. Sony Xperia Miro features 512MB RAM, 3.5 inch touch screen and 800MHz processor for giving high class performance. Sony Xperia Miro specifications include 3GB of internal memory and Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPRS for data sharing and accessing high speed internet.
The Nokia Asha 305 is easily one of the cheapest phones with two SIMs and a touchscreen, the closest Android being almost twice as expensive. Price may be the biggest advantage this phone has over the competition but you’d better be prepared for more than a few surprises.
Samsung has launched the (aka Note 8000) in the US, UK, and South Korea, according to Reuters. The 10.1″ capacitive touchscreen (1280×800) tablet comes with Android 4.0.4 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and is powered by a quad-core 1.4 GHz CPU with 2 GB of RAM. Available in 16, 32, and 64 GB versions, there is room for additional expansion up to 32 GB via microSD card. A 5 mp auto-focus rear camera with LED flash and 720p recording is present, along with a 1.9 mp front camera. It supports internet connectivity via Wi-Fi as well as an optional 3G SIM card that also allows phone calls. The tablet is just 0.35″ (8.9 mm) thick and weighs 580 grammes. Detailed specifications are as below: