So, we've finally found out what all the top secret hush-hush was about over at Microsoft's Los Angeles press gathering yesterday—the ultra-top-secret-promise-not-to-tell announcement was revealed to be—drum roll please—an iPad worthy tablet competitor named simply—The Surface.
If you are about to be married and you’re an avid tinkerer, dabbler or hobbyist—and you are looking for some creative and fun ways to shoot, or include, photography at your wedding—you will be interested to know we have a bunch of ideas right here for the do-it-yourselfer in all of us.
If you think that all tablet computers are just flat, glass-plated rectangles, then you’ve never held the ergonomic Sony Tablet S. And if you think that Ice Cream Sandwich is just a cool and creamy snack, then you’re not familiar with the latest version of Google’s Android operating system.
Calling all iDads and Motherboards: Archos has just announced a new seven-inch tablet called the Child Pad that runs the latest Android Ice Cream Sandwich operating system and, best of all, has an attractive sub-$150 price tag.
Like many of you, I’ve been eagerly anticipating the arrival of Apple’s new iPad. I’ve also spent the past few weeks sifting through rumors and digging for facts in a haystack of conjecture. Now, with Apple finally inviting us to preview its latest tablet, I can with confidence substitute hard facts for the coy reports from esoteric back-alley iPad meetings and mysterious photos from an off-shore factory floor.
Showing an aptitude for instantly converting from tablet to notebook via an optional snap-on keyboard docking station, the original ASUS Eee Pad Transformer was a surprise hit in 2011 among users who refused to compromise between the freedom of a tablet and the productivity of a notebook.
Print on paper may not be entirely passé, but thin-screen devices that store hundreds of books—images, music and sometimes video, too—are clearly gaining cachet. While B&H doesn’t sell every brand of e-reader, it does offer a select group of capable models.
Choosing between the newly arrived Gorillamobile Ori and the Gorillamobile Yogi is a matter of lifestyle. Both Gorillamobiles are from Joby, the company that re-imagined mini tripods with trippy, twisty legs and colorful accents.