If you can’t choose between iPhone and Android phone, this device is just for you:
According to AnandTech, new Samsung tablets will have PLS screens. PLS technology is expected to be better than IPS and 15% cheaper. Viewing angle is excellent, as you may see in the video below:
I’m definitely will be getting Galaxy Tab 8.9 also due to following features:
- 1280×800 on 8.9 inches – 170ppi pixel density (iPad tops only 132ppi)
- Only 470 g, 16×23 cm – highly portable
- 8.6 mm thin
- $469 for WiFi version
… not always working as you planned. Just see this video:
I think manufacturers should implement a standard mount for tablets like the widely used VESA mount for flat panel monitors and TVs.
Great analysis from Blaze comparing browser performance:
We set out to discover which mobile browser is truly faster – when used on real sites. Our goal was to measure the true mobile browsing experience, and see which device comes out ahead. 45,000 page loads later, this report summarizes our conclusions. We can now give a definitive answer to the question: which browser is really faster, from a user’s point of view?
The results surprised us.
First of all, we found that Android’s browser is faster. Not just a little faster, but a whopping 52% faster. Android’s Chrome beat iPhone’s Safari by loading 84% of the websites faster, meaning Safari won the race only 16% of the time. While we expected to see one of the browsers come out on top, we didn’t expect this gap.
Dual-screen tablets look bulky, I like the idea of Asus Eee Pad Slider more. But this three-panel phone concept by Kristian Ulrich Larsen is cool, just watch the video below – this thing has a lot of uses!
See more photos at Yanko Design.
Our new site is now open! It’s an Android phones and tablets database + a wiki with links to reviews, forums and firmwares. You can also search and compare devices by specifications.
P.S. 50% discount is available until January 7, 2011 on all our software.