Ipad Mini With Retina Display Vs. 2013 Nexus 7

After a great deal of analysis and development, it appears that a lot of anxiously anticipated news is here. I think even so, we have heard much of this before. In any case, there are generally a couple more particulars that could be gleaned from these news articles.

iPad mini with Retina Display vs. 2013 Nexus 7

The 2012 Nexus 7 and 1st-gen iPad mini both had sketchy display resolution. But no worries there anymore, as these latest models are razor-sharp. The Nexus 7 does display a wider range of colors, though that probably isn’t something you’d notice unless you put the two side-by-side. Software iOS and Android each have their fans, but the iPad’s App Store still has a much bigger and better selection of tablet apps. The Nexus 7’s screen is small enough that stretched-out phone apps don’t look too bad on it, but its dedicated tablet app library lags far behind. The Android 4.4 KitKat update is still in the process of rolling out to the Nexus 7. So if you buy one today, you might still be on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for a little while.
Anyone may be able to pick up a lot more by means of the original resource at http://www.gizmag.com/nexus-7-vs-ipad-mini-retina/29941/


Asus Transformer Book T100t Review – Windows 8 Tablet & Laptop Offers Great Portability At Great Price

With all of the product introductions both new & old, it’s standard that necessary information gets drowned out. It may be worthwhile to read this tiny bit of news that we located. Just beneath, you can read it on your own.

Asus Transformer Book T100T

Small black text can be a little less than well defined, and colours aren’t stunning, but for general computing tasks it is a decent display. The glossy reflective screen is poor under direct light, but the touchscreen is more responsive than are some Windows 8 devices. Viewing angles are generous. Overall then it’s a decent display but nothing to write home about. Asus Transformer Book T100T: battery life For an X86 Windows 8 device battery life is great. Potentially game changing. We’ve seen reports of testers getting more than 11 hours of battery life in video run-down tests.
Initially uncovered at: http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/reviews/tablets/3490885/asus-transformer-book-t100t-review/

Ipad Mini Retina Is A No-show At Carriers

With our present flood of facts it is simple to miss extremely crucial particulars in trends. We are not positive although this news could have quite a few substance that you find valuable. You could check it out below.

Last week, Verizon had been saying November 25 . And the carrier isn’t saying when the device may arrive in stores, according to a company spokesperson. T-Mobile is now showing the Mini Retina back-ordered 6-8 weeks. AT&T is saying 21-28 days for orders to ship. Cellular Retina Mini models, after being available briefly last week for customer pickup at Apple stores, are largely unavailable now for pickup by customers who pre-order. Apple’s Web page , however, still shows 5-10 business days to ship for cellular versions from those three carriers. Overall, the availability of 3G/4G models contrasts with the iPad Air sales launch. When Apple started selling the iPad Air on November 1, it was available at Verizon, AT&T, and other carriers on the same day.
Noted from: http://news.cnet.com/8301-13579_3-57613223-37/ipad-mini-retina-is-a-no-show-at-carriers/

Opera Finds A Niche On Bigger Android Tablets

There is something worthwhile in this. This piece of content may be informative.

Launched Wednesday at the Google Play store, Opera for Android version 18 has been spruced up to take advantage of the full screen of larger tablets . The icons and menus are positioned so as to allow easy access whether holding your tablet in portrait or landscape mode. Opera’s goal was to not scale up the smartphone layout or scale down the desktop layout but to design an interface ideal for tablets. Related stories TiVo gives Opera browser tech a place inside new Roamio DVR “We poured a great deal of thought into the Opera for Android tablet version,” Johan Schon, Opera’s senior VP for mobile consumer browsers, said in a blog posted Wednesday . “The size of devices and mindset of users make the tablet very different from its smaller cousin, the smartphone, and we have to respect that. In Opera 18 for Android, we have spent hours and hours tweaking, and fiddling with the placement of, even the most minute detail, just to get that top tablet feel.” Other helpful features abound in Opera for Android.
Read the original version which includes any type of supplementary visuals or video playback by stopping by http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57613136-94/opera-finds-a-niche-on-bigger-android-tablets/

Apple’s Ipad Air Could Be Off To A Terrific Start

Right now there’s an abundance of facts from the most recent consumer trade shows, it is tricky to get crucial facts with the present flood. We think the following piece sort of cuts through the noise & offers us several useful news details.

(Note that my family and I own Apple shares.) Fiksu has been monitoring the usage of its SDK on the iPads that have it installed since the initial availability of the iPad 4, iPad Mini, iPad Air and will be following the Retina iPad Mini. Twelve days after they became available a year ago: iPad 4s represented 0.31% of the iPads that were using Fiksus SDK iPad Minis represented 0.33% of the iPads that were using its SDK Now 12 days after launch: iPad Airs represent 1.56% of the iPads that are using Fiksus SDK Note that as of 10:15 am ET the percentage was 1.77% but since it is updated during the day it tends to fluctuate Source: Fiksu This data shows the iPad Air is off to a terrific start It appears from the graph and numbers that the Air is having much greater traction in the first two weeks after it became available than the iPad 4 and Mini a year ago. However, there are a number of assumptions that need to be taken into account to develop an estimate for how the iPad Airs are selling vs. the 4s and Minis a year ago. To estimate how iPad Air sales may be tracking compared to the iPad 4 and Mini you can take the percentage that Fiksus SDK is showing up on the Airs (1.56%) and divide it by the combined 4s & Minis (0.64%) to get a ratio of 2.44x or 144% higher. Since Fiksus measurements are calculated against the number of iPads in use I believe you also need to take into account the larger install base of current iPads vs. a year ago.
The in depth article on which this cited segment was derived from is actually found at http://www.forbes.com/sites/chuckjones/2013/11/14/apples-ipad-air-could-be-off-to-a-terrific-start/