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Nov 03

Know your Tablet and who it is for!!

galazy-tab-sKnow your tablet and who it is for! All Tablets are similar but not equal.

When it’s about gifting children a piece of technology, parents become insecure. For young ones, phones seem to be a distraction and laptops are just too much for them all at once. So the mixture of a phone, iPod and a laptop speed processor gave us the tablet. Most of the companies call it a tab or tablet where as apple keeping its cool seems to enjoy using the name iPad for its version of the tablet. Multiple choices are available today in the market for buyers. Almost every company that has advanceIpadd in the technology of displays has at some point introduced a tablet but success has not favored all.

The major stake holders of the market seem to be Apple and Samsung whereas the rest share part of the market. A person who wants to buy the latest tablet must know a few things about a tab and must compare these aspects with others he has as an option. The screen resolution, the density of pixels, the screen size, the weight as well as most importantly the processing speed. Newer tabs not only connect to Wi-Fi but also to LTE networks at a little extra fee.

Tsurface pro 3he new Apple products like the Apple iPad mini 3 as well as the Apple iPad Air 2 already have a lot of consumers waiting to get their hands on them because of the massive Apple following. However, great competitors like Samsung have introduced multiple devices; proper tablets and phone/tablets that can work as a phone too are all out in the market. Samsung has also introduced the Note series, Note 1, 2 and 3 that have a great processing speed and can perform the tasks of both a tablet as well as a phone. Other companies like Toshiba, Ainol, Google, Xtouch, Acer and windows tablets all are somewhat on the same level and improvements take place every now and then.

 

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Oct 16

iPad Air 2 And iPad Mini 3 leak by Apple iTunes Day Early!

Tim Cook and IPAD AIR 2iPad Air 2 And iPad Mini 3 leak by Apple iTunes Day early, Opps someone made a mistake.

Pre-orders 17 October in the US

  • iPad Air 2: $499 for 16GB, $599 for 64 GB, $600 for $128 GB
  • iPad mini 3: $399 for 16GB, $499 for 64GB, $599 for 128 GB
  • Both in white, space grey and gold
  • iPad Air 2 has Touch ID and supports Apple Pay

It appears that Apple has leaked some info on the New iPad mini 3 and iPad Air 2 in their new released IOS 8.1 iPad User Guide that’s available on iTunes. Officially Apple is not releasing any New Products till Thursday . It appears accidently user guides have been uploaded to the ITunes library little too early. There are rumors that Apple has something New to Announce and is not concern about iPad as it will not be the highlight of the day.

 

 

FApple Ipad 4rom this leak we know that I IOS 8.1 Update will be available shortly and with it the New iPad mini with Retina Display and iPad Air 2 with A8X processor. Both Devices with feature Touch ID Sensor and iSight.

We are also expecting “Apple Pay” with the new IOS 8.1 Update.  Not to forget that its time for apple to make new announcement regarding iMac and OS X Yosemite. This oops by Apple has us thinking that rumors that Apple is bringing something new to the table. Apple Ipad mini  is not expected to do great because of its similarity to the iPhone 6 Plus. This lack of surprise indicated  that Apple may have something more important behind the curtains. Well we will know for sure this October 16. This is second month that apple is releasing something.ipad-Air-2

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Jun 27

Intel vs AMD: which processor is best for you

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Intel vs AMD: which processor is best for you?

The processor is one of the most important elements in a computer, as it mainly dictates how much processing power your computer has and how many applications it can run at the same time. The two main CPU manufacturers in the world are AMD and Intel, so when you decide to purchase such a product, you need to choose between one of the two brands. However, each person tends to use the computer for different things, some of us use it for gaming, others use it for video editing and many people just browse the internet. The CPU performance expectations are different for each user category, so you do need to decide first what you are going to use the device for, then select the processor type accordingly.

Usage:

AMD processors tend to provide little less processing power than the Intel ones, this is why they are recommended for people that have a limited budget for their computer. AMD is great for multitasking and more complex applications as well. Thanks to the Hyper Threading and numerous other features, Intel processors are great for playing AAA games, editing videos and many other applications as long as they are used one at a time.

Clock Speed and Number of Cores:

The clock speed tells you how many calculations can be made by a processor per second, and most of the time is measured in gigahertz. The number of cores tell you how many individual processors are combined into a single board. Nowadays you can find quad-core or even eight-core processors, which means that 4 or even processors are stored into a single one. The higher the clock speed and number of cores are, the better. AMD offers up to 8-Core processor with its new FX-9590 5Ghz Processor priced at around $329.99  and Intel i7-4790K is only 4-Core processor at 4Ghz for $339.99. Intel will be little better on a single application but AMD is much better when it comes to multitasking .

Overclocking capabilities:

All CPUs have a fixed clock speed, and they usually have a level that ensures they remain stable while still performing at the optimal speed. However, you can try and increase the clock speed and see if the processor still performs well. While Intel processors are usually locked at a certain clock speed, the AMD processors provide you with the best options for overclocking, as they allow you to modify their settings a lot easier. Mind that AMD processor due to its multi core tends to run hotter than Intel Processors which require that you have good cooling system or fan.

GPU communication:

If you plan on using your computer for graphical intensive applications, such as games or video editing, then you surely need to know how your processor communicates with the GPU. In this case the Intel processors offer a better GPU efficiency, and you can clearly see the difference in latency and frame rate as well, when compared to an AMD device. However if you have dedicated Video Card  than the Processor GPU does not matter that much.

Price:

Usually AMD offers more processor power for its money and still offer a great performance. Intel on the other hand tends to bring a lot of high-end processors that are quite expensive. Lower-End Intel Processors are not as powerful yet pricey.

In summary, you can easily choose between an AMD or Intel processor, depending on what you plan to use your computer for. If Price is no object then Intel is your choice. If you have a budget and still want to get great performance at a lower price than AMD is your choice.  For a laptop on the other hand Intel is much better choice because it consumes less power and produces less heat. If again price is a issue then AMD will do the job as well.

 

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Jun 24

PC vs Laptop – Which One Is Right For You


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PC vs Laptop – Which one is right for you? It all depends on what you will use it for.

Technology has advanced so much in the last 20-30 years up to the point that almost anyone can now connect to the Internet via their mobile phone, computer, laptop or numerous other gadgets. However, when it comes to actually choosing the device you want to use on a daily basis, things can get a little harder, yet if you stay and think about it, you can easily make the right purchase in the end. In this article we are going to focus on certain categories and see which option is more suitable in different situations.

Performance:

Whether you are a web designer, graphic designer, developer or gamer, you do need one thing, and that is a lot of processing power. Due to their larger size and space for adding multiple components, the PCs are better than the laptops in this regard, as they can amass a lot of processing power which makes them very suitable for just about any type of work. Laptops on the other hand are portable, which means that some performance and usage sacrifices had to be made in order to achieve their size.

Cost:

Laptops come prebuilt and changing their components can be quite hard. Desktops however can start pretty low when it comes to their price, but if you want to add a great processor, the latest graphics card and a lot of memory you can easily increase the price tremendously. The main idea here is to come up with a budget and check the options available at that price. You also need to consider that PC’s tend to last longer than laptops and they are also upgradable to some degree.

Ease of use and portability:

At this category the laptops are the ultimate winners. Due to the fact that they have a small size you can easily transport them just about anywhere, which is very important for just about any type of person that goes from one place to another often, yet needs the power of a computer. A desktop is not portable at all, as they were specifically created to stay in a single place.

Screen size:

Desktop units come with a separate display unit that can easily have from 15” to 27” or more. On the other hand, due to their portability, laptops are made with smaller screens and their desktop size usually range from 10” up to 17”. Of course, laptops can still be connected to an external display if needed.

Repair:

Since a PC is made of multiple components, the repair process is as simple as opening the case and removing/repairing the component that is causing problems and adding a new one in its place. When it comes to a laptop however, things tend to get a little problematic, as they are very hard to open and finding a replacement part of them is also really difficult at times. Laptops also have multiple hardware integrated into the motherboard, which means that if any of the hardware fails the whole motherboard fails and needs to be replaced.

Gaming:

A desktop solution is perfect for playing the latest videogames but you do need to invest a lot of money in your computer so you can play them. You will need to buy a high-end laptop in order to play AAA games on it, but if you want it just for casual gaming, then a normal laptop can do the trick.

Space:

A laptop is smaller in size, which means that you can place virtually anywhere you want, while a desktop unit does require a lot of space, as is normally tends to be placed on the side of a desk. If space is an issue in your home, then you should choose a laptop instead of a desktop unit. Laptops only require a small are of your desk or table

 

Conclusion:

While desktops are cheaper and with a lot more procession power, they aren’t portable and come with an additional display. Laptops are much more portable and easy to use, but some performance sacrifices had to be made for this and they, most of the time, tend to be a little more expensive than a PC. It comes down to you to choose what type of device is best for you, depending on your needs and what you want to use it for. Such a purchase does require quite a large budget, so make sure you have the necessary amount of money beforehand.

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Oct 27

Apple Announces iPad Air + iPad Mini with Retina Display

New Ipad Release

New Ipad Release

Apple Announces iPad Air + iPad Mini with Retina Display

The New and improved 5th generation Ipad is 20 percent thinner and weighed only one pound.
It also got a spanking new name, The iPad Air !!!

The iPad Air received a boost in speed, camera quality and got slimmed.
*9.7″ Retina 2048×1536 resolution screen, but the bezel width decreased.
* The touchscreen has a new touch-rejection algorithm that can detect when you’re accidentally touching the edge of the screen, or if you really are interacting.
*64-bit A7 processor, same as found in the iPhone 5S that was released not so long ago.

Pricing for the new iPad Air is the same as previous generations.

Wifi Only:
$499 16GB Model
$599 32GB Model
$699 64GB Model
$799 128GB Model
Wifi + 4G LTE:
$629 16GB Model
$729 32GB Model
$829 64GB Model
$929 128GB Model

It should be available in most major countries on November 1 2013

Apple made a impression but not as big as everyone was hoping for. Sure they made upgrades to their iPad but perhaps not enough to some consumers.By now some critics suggest that Apple should have gone away from using 16GB models and step up to at least 32GB model. For one the memory has gone down in price dramatically and it would be assumed the 16GB is no longer enough space to hold higher resolution photos and videos that take up more space.

The second improvement that new Apple made there IPad (tablet) was it made it thinner and lighter. That all sound good, perhaps it will be nicer to carry lighter iPad but most iPad junkies would prefer longer battery life than the weight decrees. The biggest negative subject about Apple iPhones and iPad’s is that they are Power Hungry. Most users have to charge there device at least two-three times a day. Apple made there remarkable achievement in reducing the weight by making the battery smaller.

Apple upgraded their processor to A7 64Bit with is a powerful processor but This is something we would expect as a standard upgrade with a new device.

Well this is my two cents, let us know what you think

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