Business Communication is a constant flow of information both inside and outside a company. Many companies, either small, medium, or large enterprises often struggle to manage business communications efficiently. This is because of a hierarchy of levels between supervisors and…
The Four Maverick Tablets
Let’s face it! Most tablets boast of a 7 or 10 inch display, a quad or dual-core processor, rounded or squared corners with I OS, Android, or Windows. If you think that tablets are sorely lacking in variety, you got another think coming. There are indeed some cool tablets offering specs that are much different from the usual run of the mill tablets.
France is famous for its fine cuisine. So, it does not come as a surprise to hear that Woo, the French company producing tablets, has come forward with a cooking tablet. Woo has launched their Linux, waterproof dual-core tablet that is nothing less than perfect in a kitchen setting.
The Woo tablet comes with a veritable menu of specifications. It sports a 10.1 inch display with a resolution of 1024 x 600, has Ethernet, USB ports as well as a SD card slot. This unique tab incorporates a flash memory of 8 GB, is drop-resistant and comes equipped with a useful kick-back stand and is W i F i only.
What makes woo a thing apart from other tablets is that it has a secret ingredient that no other tablet has: content. It comes fully loaded with around 1000 recipes, the creation of 100 distinguished chefs, as also videos, regular tutorials, ingredient database, not to mention a culinary magazine.
In the same vein, Anchors, another French firm has since then unveiled the Chef Pad tablet for chefs who happen to be tech savvy.
The Gad me
If you happen to be crazy about owning a 3 D TV, Gad me+//3//f/9-s E 8-3 D tablet is just the thing you are looking for. It is auto stereoscopic, meaning you don+//3//f/9-t need to put on 3-D glasses, and 1280 x 800 resolution 8.1 inch display. It comes packed with a Cortex A 9 dual-core processor, 1 GB and GB of RAM, Android 4.0.4, dual-facing cameras and of course W i F i.
The first ever Adam tablet introduced by Notion Ink did not create any ripples in the tablet market. As if to compensate, the company is making another assault on the market with its new version Adam 2. What is unique about Adam 2 is the fact that it boasts of nothing less than two screens, with one having a resolution of 1280 x 800 and a 10.1 LCD screen and another much smaller screen with an e-Ink monochrome display located on the spine of the tablet to display Android notifications.
As to specs, Notion Ink+//3//f/9-s Adam 2 come equipped with an ARM Cortex, 1.5 GHz dual-core CPU, 1 GB RAM, two 2 MP cameras, and a battery life that amounts to a whopping 10 hours.
If you are a person who is quite unable to choose from among Android, Linux and Windows you can choose the whole lot. At least that is what Scorsese the Italian company did and it created a lot of stir when it unveiled their 11.6-inch tablet boasting not of one but an incredible three OS s. The company+//3//f/9-s latest product Python S3 is available that can run Android 4.2, Windows 8, and or Ubuntu 13.04, or all of them running together.
The Python S3 is x86-based, comes packed with a 1.1 GHz Electron 847 dual-core processor, a solid-state memory of 32 GB and has a handy detachable display. It has HDMI output, micro SD card, USB port, as also headphone jack and has a battery time of 12 hours. Although it is for sale only in Italy, it can be purchased online.