Whatever your ‘digital lifestyle’ – a truly pertinent concept as we arrive in the eleventh year of the new Millennium – the Samsung TX100 is ‘perfect for creating and consuming content’, claim Samsung as it unveils its innovative new mobile PC at this year’s CES. ‘Raising the bar’ for mobile PCs, the Samsung TX100 uniquely … Continue reading The Samsung TX100 – ‘Raising the bar’ in mobile PCs
If your house consists of people of significantly varying professions, or your brood comprises of offspring of considerably different ages, you will probably be eternally wearied by relentless battles over what mode a computer PC tablet is switched to. Your ears may therefore prick up when you learn of the Inspiron duo, Dell’s first convertible … Continue reading Dell Inspiron duo – Tri-mode functionality to meet multi-functioning requirements
Acer threw their hat back into the race yesterday with a slew of touchscreen releases, a smartphone and an app store. Despite Steve Job’s now infamous declaration that non-iPad-sized tablets DOA (600,000 Galaxy Tab owners might disagree) Acer have brought out a variety of tablets in different shapes and sizes. Most exciting, clearly was the … Continue reading Acer shows off ICONIA and slew of other tablets,
If you’ve got a smartphone, you’re probably already addicted to touchscreen technology. So if I tell you that Kodak’s latest camcorder also has touch screen controls, you might get just a little bit excited. The Playtouch is the latest in the line of ‘Play’ cameras from Kodak, the last being the PlaySport, which was pretty well … Continue reading Quick look: Kodak Playtouch 1080p Camcorder
If you think it’s a two-horse eReader race, you clearly haven’t been reading widely enough. Or in French. The Fnacbook Touch is a new eReader from France’s bigger bookstore chain, aiming to out-do the Kindle and the Sony Reader. If you’ve been paying attention to the current eReader giants, you’ll notice some similarities with the … Continue reading Fnacbook eReader: Kindle and Sony eReader’s secret lovechild?
Most technology companies claim to be ‘one step ahead’ of competitors. By converting the most complicated of technological innovations into one comparatively simple multimedia gadget, the PC manufacturer and global internet-enabler Acer, may well be justified in maintaining to be well in advance in the increasingly competitive world to create the most dynamic and integrated … Continue reading Serve me an ace! – The Acer Liquid Metal Smartphone
With the latest tablet computer retailing for less than a lot of smartphones, it looks like they’re going to make it onto plenty of those Christmas wishlists this year. Latest to bring a bargain tablet to the masses is Dixons Retail, the parent company of both Currys and PC World. Its Advent Amico starts off … Continue reading Advent Vega: Dixons retail jumps on to low-cost tablet bandwagon
Gadgets are generally not known for their eco credentials, with many coming across as beautiful but evil pieces of technology designed to seduce the human race into eliminating the earth’s natural resources. However, every now and then something comes along that is a little kinder to the planet but still manages to function well and … Continue reading Solar-powered Puma Phone pouncing into shops