Say what you want, but we still think old Philco Predicta TVs are drop-dead gorgeous. That's why we jump at any chance when designers hearken back to its handsome 1950s charm. The V-Luxe is another stab at bringing back the classic Predicta design for today's mobile computers: iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch.
Straight out of left field is news that Amazon is working on two tablets that will just about smoke what every other tablet maker's offering right now. It's important to remember that BGR is claiming these two tablets will be from Amazon, the company with a new ad-supported Kindle e-reader.
Tablets are great for a lot of tasks, but even the best virtual keyboard kind of stinks if you want to write anything longer than a few sentences. Fujitsu's answer is this tablet and netbook hybrid, that attempts to give you the best of both worlds in one sleek package.
Apple made a big stink about its 326 pixel-per-inch 'retina display' when they introduced the iPhone 4, so it was a little disappointing when the much larger iPad display arrived with only a few additional pixels. Now Samsung looks to steal some of the Apple's thunder, with a stunning 300-ppi 10.1-inch tablet display.
Long before the iPad, Amazon Kindle, Nook, PlayBook, Xoom or any other hot tablet or e-reader existed, designers started putting together their vision of what a digital newspaper tablet would look like. Surprisingly, this electronic newspaper concept from back in 1994 was a near accurate prediction of how print would make the jump to digital.
It's been quite a journey following RIM's PlayBook tablet from announcement to launch. The amount of hype this device has received can't be understated. We've seen plenty of videos and more showing the PlayBook smoke the iPad in web page rendering, showing off its touch-sensitive bezel, confirming that it runs Android smartphone apps and cheering at its iPad-mirroring price points, but that was before we settled in with it. Now that we've welcomed it into our home, is the PlayBook worth going gaga for in the real world? Click on for our full review.
Are you loving the responsiveness of your 9.7-inch iPad 2 or 10.1-inch Xoom? Waiting for the 7-inch PlayBook? Lenovo's got one thing to say: 23-inch tablet. Yes. That's larger than most people's computer monitors.
Touchscreen devices are vital to Apple's plan for world domination, so naturally it'd try to secure as many touchscreen panels as possible. According to DigiTimes, Apple's such a hog on the glass that RIM was unable to get enough to produce sufficient amounts of its BlackBerry PlayBook tablet.
From piles of used games to jam-packed midnight software and hardware launches, GameStop is a sizable video game retail juggernaut. So why is it considering building its own gaming tablet?
It's been a long journey for RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook. But at last, the 7-inch tablet with a speedy 1GHz dual-core processor and a nifty smart bezel can be brought home next month for as low as $500.