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CES 2015 Tablets of The Year: Innovation Reigns Supreme

This years tablets at CES put on quite a show as they showcased some of the most innovative technology to date. From pure tablets and hybrids to inventive accessories that go with them consumers were floored by the advanced look and function of these latest offerings. It was also interesting to see that along with veteran companies like Dell, newcomers also made their mark and had some of the more unique, cutting-edge devices on display. Here’s a round up of what was on display, including the CES 2015 tablet of the year.

A Sea of CES 2015 Tablets – Innovative and Competitive

Tablet of The Year: Dell Venue 8 7000

Tablet of The Year: Dell Venue 8 7000
Credit by: The Verge

This Android-based tablet was being praised from consumers and writers thanks to high-grade engineering and a polished look. Dell has been a long-standing giant in the computer world so it’s no surprise they engineered the slimmest tablet to date. It weighs just 0.24″ and is extremely thin, yet rigid so it feels stable and solid in your hand despite it’s weight. The screen measures 8.4″ and has 2,560 x 1,600 pixels for stunning color and clarity.


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2015-01-13T13:56:29+00:00 By |Tablet News|0 Comments

CES 2015 Day 3: Windows Tablets That Transform & Inspire – Asus Transformer Book T300 Chi & Toshiba Satellite Click Mini 2-in-1

Day 3 of CES proved that the tablet is far from dead as a host of premium Windows based offerings made quite a show. Windows has slowly become one of the go-to brands in recent years thanks to user-friendly programming and more affordable pricing, so it is only natural that more and more companies are designing tablets around their operating system. These latest offerings range in size, price and use, but they all have one thing in common: they are the best of the best in the field of tablets. Here’s an inside look at CES Tablets for Day 3:

Asus: Tablets That Inspire

The one thing we’ve noticed with these new tablets on the market is their innovative engineering and versatility. They are built to impress and they do, especially the Transformer Book T300 Chi from Asus, a tablet/laptop that has beauty and function all in one package. It was by far the most daring and appealing new device thanks to it’s ultra slim and lightweight design. Made from all aluminum it weighs just 1.6 pounds and is only 0.17 inches thick, making it paper thin without sacrificing quality or durability. It has a 12.5″ screen with a 2,560 x 1,440 display in 235 ppi for stunning clarity whether your reading or watching videos and is built with the latest Core M processor from Intel, so it can handle multiple tasks.


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2015-01-12T14:55:00+00:00 By |Tablet News|0 Comments

CES 2015 Day 2: Tablets Write The Story Of Our Lives – Meet Toshiba and Jide Remix

While there were fewer tablets being shown on Day 1 of CES than in years past the ones that were unveiled had some serious WOW factor to them and were worthy of all the attention they are getting. Day 2 continued that trend as some truly impressive tablets were shown off from tech powerhouse Toshiba and the newly formed Jide company. There was also some impressive tablet related technology being shown from companies like Linux and Intel too, making it a great day for the tablet industry. We have a complete recap for you of all these exciting new products shown on CES Tablet Day 2 to make sure you don’t miss anything.

The Writings On The Wall

Encore 2 Write Tablet

Tablets may not be as buzzed about as they were when they first burst on the scene but it looks like that’s going to change thanks to Toshiba and their innovative tablets and accessories. Their line of Toshiba Encore 2 Write Tablets are being called game-changers because of their advanced technological features and components, elevating the tablet to a whole other level.

The Encore 2 Write Tablet is special for a couple of reasons. This slim, pure tablet has some features that make it an instan favorite. It It fly’s in the face of today’s tablets as it is stylus based rather than touchscreen focused. While some feared that might be a mistake it turns out to have been a genius move thanks to their TruPen technology.


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2015-01-09T21:33:08+00:00 By |Tablet News|0 Comments

CES 2015 Tablet Trend: Old & New Combine To Put A Fresh Face On Tablets in 2015

With the wearable device craze taking a stronghold of this year’s CES laptops and tablets aren’t as prominent as they once were, but they still have an impact. While there aren’t as many jaw-dropping devices as in years past there are still plenty of great offering from a diverse group of companies. The CES tablet trend seems to be an eclectic mix of new gadgets from veterans like Dell combined with budget friendly devices from up and coming companies trying to make a mark in this field. Here are the highlights of what we have seen so far.

Fresh Faces 2015

Among the new names entering the tablet/PC category is Lenovo, a big name in electronics and TV’s that is expanding into this field. Lenovo came out strong at CES by unveiling several new tablets and PC’s that were impressive in both looks and functionality. Their devices appear to be cutting-edge and packed with features consumers can appreciate.

In the tablet category Lenovo showed off it’s Yoga series, featuring the Yoga 2 with AnyPen. This tablet stands out because of it’s unique and unprecedented pen technology. As ZD Net reported the Yoga 2 does not use a traditional stylus to write: instead an actual ball-point pen is required to write on-screen. While that idea seems strange, Lenovo insists i is the best way to accurately write as opposed to a stylus or your hand. The tablet runs on Windows 8.1 with a 1.8g GHz Intel Atom quad-core processor and 2 GB of RAM.

Yoga tablet 2 with AnyPen

credit by Zdnet

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2015-01-09T15:19:11+00:00 By |Tablet News|0 Comments