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October 10th, 2014 2:34 pm

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June 26th, 2013 11:06 am

First released at the tail end of 2011, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus marked a notable improvement over the original Galaxy Tab, thanks to the slimmer build, addition of Android 3.0: Honeycomb, and significantly lower entry price of $400.

In the time since, Samsung has pushed its smaller tablet offerings forward another notch with the introduction of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0, which offers some modest enhancements over the Plus and Android 4.0: Ice Cream Sandwich installed out of the box, and does so at a much more appealing rate of just $249.

As such, paying anything near the starting price for the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus at this point would be a mistake, though refurbished models are still out in the open for much less. And with Ice Cream Sandwich just (finally) released for the tablet within the last week, we decided to take a fresh look at this still-capable option.

Looking much like a squeezed-down iPad with a Samsung logo in place of a home button, the Galaxy Tab 7.0 Plus (Wi-Fi) is a slim seven-inch tablet that feels pretty good in the hand, and features a slightly wider bezel on the sides than the Nexus 7, offering a little more holding room for one-handed reading.

All told, the tablet measures 7.62 inches tall 
June 22nd, 2012 12:24 pm
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Apple's new iPad isn't a revolutionary upgrade to the iPad 2, but the combination of a superb display and great software means it remains by far and away the best tablet on the market.
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That screen...

There is one key feature that makes the new iPad a great device — the "retina" display. The resolution of 2048x1536 is double that of the original iPad. This gives it a pixel per inch (ppi) of 263, a significant increase over the 132ppi of the iPad 2. The display resolution is higher than most high-definition televisions.

If you couldn't care less about numbers, you should care about the end result — a brilliant, crystal clear screen. It's by far and away the best display on any mobile device I've seen. Text is crisp and clear with no visible aberrations, even when zoomed right in. Photos and videos look bright and vivid but not over-saturated like many other mobile displays. In fact, the iPad's screen is so sharp that it constantly highlights the low quality of many images on the Internet. After using the new iPad, going back to the iPad 2 (or most other mobile displays) makes text and images look blurry and low quality by comparison.
As a result of the retina display, iPad apps need to be updated by   Read more...

March 1st, 2010 10:46 am
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apple i-phone 4Apple product are renowned being stylish and the iPhone 4 is no exception. When Apple released the iPhone 3GS it upgraded the handset's internal components but retained the design of the iPhone 3G. The iPhone 4 has a completely different look and feel. Gone are the sleek curves and well rounded edges; they've been replaced by sharp lines, a completely flat glass back and a stainless steel band that doubles as the phone's antenna — all in a body that’s slimmer than the 3G and 3GS. The iPhone 4 has a much more industrial and robust-feeling body than its predecessors. It feels less natural to hold, however, and the sharp edges can dig into your fingers.
Apple's attention to detail is particularly evident in the external controls — the volume keys are now two separate buttons that emit a solid clicking sound when pressed, while the silent switch and screen lock keys also match the body. A big change from the iPhone 3G and 3GS is the rear of the handset; the iPhone 4 has a glass back that is definitely aesthetically appealing but picks up fingerprints and can crack if the handset is dropped. We recommend using a protective case with the iPhone 4. Display Another major change is the display  Read more...
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