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Aakash 2 Tablet Launched – @ 1,132 INR (Students Only)

The second version (third in a way) of the low-cost tablet meant for students, which never seems to reach the students, was announced at a press event earlier today. Dubbed as Aakash 2, the tablet will be sold to students across India for a subsidized price of INR 1132.

Aakash 2 features a 1GHz processor, Android 4.0, seven-inch capacitive display and will give four hours of battery backup.

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Aakash Tablet vs Ubislate

Everyone was excited and pumped up when the Aakash tablet was launched. Dubbed as the cheapest tablet in the world, the Aakash tablet, is manufactured by a UK-based firm, Datawind. Its launch was aimed at equipping a tablet into the hands of every student in India. A Government initiative you can say. When it was launched, it didn’t disappoint. But neither did it satisfy everyone’s wish.

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Folding A3 Tablet Book

  British designer Phil Pauley has come up with a concept tablet that could be the next step forward in personal computing.

The A3 concept tablet looks like a laptop more than a tablet.

Users can fold it like an A4 book, or use it on a desk like a laptop, or if they prefer, they can totally flat this device like a piece of paper.

 

The Tablet can be used on a variety of surfaces, and in many different ways; folded like A4 book, on a desk like a laptop, or totally flat like an A3 piece of paper.

The tablet fully supports landscape and portrait viewing, and each screen be used individually, or combined to make 1 larger viewing area.

It includes 6 cameras for normal and Stereoscopic 3D recording/playback, incorporating two clusters of three cameras.

The top camera acts as a normal video/picture coms system while the twin pair at the bottom produce the Stereoscopic 3D for the same purpose.

 

The A3 Tablet Book with its advanced built in wireless technology will automatically find Wi-Fi Networks and 3G Connectivity.

The A3 Tablet Book can be ideal for playing games, listening to music, watching TV or movies or just staying connected through interactive media.

courtesy:yahoo news

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Hari Hara Sravan (MGIT ECE 2nd year)

 

DELL Latitude Tablet PC

Dell has announced that it has finally launched the Latitude XT3 convertible tablet PC for fans of the form factor. The XT3 is aimed at the professional business user that needs a notebook but also wants that machine to be usable as a tablet form factor. The upside to the tablet machine of this sort is that it can type and be used like a normal notebook and it can be used one handed as a tablet as well. The form factor is perfect for the folks that aren’t at a desk often.

 

The XT3 has a very attractive design and the screen is a 13.3-inch HD resolution LCD that has good screen quality and wider viewing angles. The XT3 can also be fitted with an optional screen that allows it to be read in direct sunlight. The XT3 can be fitted with different Intel Core processors and has up to 320GB of storage space available with an SSD option. Some configurations of the XT3 boast battery life up to eight hours and the machine can use the ExpressCharge battery that can hit 80% capacity in an hour.

Converting to tablet mode involves twisting the screen around and folding it flat against the keyboard. The touchscreen can be used with multiple fingers (it support supports four) and a pen stylus. The keyboard has a backlight option as well. There are a number of accessories ranging from battery slices to docking stations and more. The XT3 also has data protection features like remote data delete and a free fall sensor.

 

 

Dell Latitude XT3 Tablet PC Specs

Display
Diagonal Size : 13.3”
Resolution : 1366 x 768 (HD)
Options :
– Wide Viewing Angle LED, Daylight Viewable, Pen & Touch
– Wide Viewing Angle Reduced Glare LED, Pen & Touch

Graphics Card
Intel® HD Graphics 3000

Chipset
Mobile Intel® QM67 Express Chipset

Optical Drive
Options :
DVD+/-RW via XT3 Media Base
E-Modular Bay II

Communication
Mobile Broadband & GPS options :
Dell Wireless™ 5630 Multi-mode HSPA-EVDO Mini Card (Gobi™ 3000) with A-GPS
Dell Wireless™ 5550 Single-mode HSPA Mini Card with A-GPS

LAN : 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet

WLAN & WiMAX options :
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N 6205
Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N
Intel® Centrino® Ultimate-N 6300
Dell Wireless 1501 (802.11 b/g/n 1×1)
Dell Wireless 1530 (802.11 a/g/n 2×2)

Bluetooth : Dell Wireless 375 Bluetooth® 3.0

Inputs and Controls
Dual Pointing Keyboard (optional backlit keyboard)
Multi-touch Touchpad
Multi-touch Screen and Pen

Audio
High Quality Speakers
Stereo headphone/Microphone combo jack
Integrated, noise reducing array microphone

Interface
1 x Network connector (RJ-45)
3 x USB 2.0 (1 USB/eSATA combo)
1 x stereo headphone/microphone combo jack
1 x docking connector
1 x IEEE 1394
1 x HDMI
1 x VGA

Slots
Card Reader : Yes
34mm ExpressCard
1 Full and 2 Half Mini Card Slots
SmartCard Reader and optional Fingerprint Reader

Camera
Integrated HD video webcam and Dell Webcam Central software (optional)

Power
Battery :
6-cell Lithium-Ion 44Wh
9-cell Lithium-Ion 76Wh Extended battery
9-cell Lithium-Ion 97Wh Extended battery slice

Adapter :
65Watt or 90Watt AC Adapter
90Watt Auto/Air DC adapter (optional)

Dimensions and Weight
Width : 323.0 mm (12.7”)
Depth : 221.7 mm (8.7”)
Height : 30.9 mm (1.2”)
Weight : starting at 2.02 kg (4.46 lbs)(with 6-cell battery)

Price: Expected to be around Rs 81000

courtesy:slashgear.com, techgadgets.com

Posted by

Mahesh (MGIT ECE 4th year)

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