The electronic reading market is moving up a gear and e-book readers are having to crank up features and tweak performance and interfaces in order to compete with the multifunctional units, which incorporate an e-book reader app, like the iPad, which sold almost a million units in the first month. Being aware of the rising … Continue reading Firmware update from Barnes & Noble sets the Nook pages apart
Latest Gadgets were invited to have a hands on with joojoo, an Internet tablet, which is available in the UK from yesterday. Is it an iPad-killer? Well no, but it doesn’t have the hubris to call itself a “magical and revolutionary” device* either and it has a host of features that the iPad deliberately omitted. … Continue reading Latest Gadgets hands on with the joojoo internet tablet
While Apple strive to convince the world that the next big gadget is the iPad, a device that attempts to wedge itself into the market between a smartphone and a laptop, Dell have declared that a gizmo sized between a smartphone and a tablet is the true portable of the future – a Mini 5. … Continue reading The Mini 5, Dell’s answer to the iPad?
It is officially tablet season with every brand, large and small, announcing a new model with mind-boggling specifications day by day and if you simply must have one now, here is a rundown of our top five: Best for design: Apple iPad Mighty Apple rarely get it wrong when it comes to style and the … Continue reading Tablets: Five of the best
The iPad and Jesus have a lot of things in common- both took a long time arriving, and then were mistreated by the populace. That’s pretty much where the comparison ends, as though there has been a lot of hyperbole regarding the iPad’s claim to be king of the tablet world, I remain unconvinced that … Continue reading Apple’s iPad: 6 reasons why we’re disappointed