Monday, October 28, 2013

It is a tablet, no it is a PC

These 4 have to fight it out
One of them is well trenched but the others are heavy weights too, except on of them has weakened
Four tablets have made news in recent times and it is time to take a look at their specs. These four are,
  • Surface Pro 2: Microsoft
  • iPad Air: Apple
  • Nokia 2520: Nokia
  • Kindle Fire HDX 8.9
Each of them have pluses and minuses compared to others. They are also sweetening the deals and motivating the users.

Here are some basic details you may already know.

Surface Pro 2, Windows 8.1 based product,0.53" thick;  charges in 2 to 4 hours. The nice thing is you can put stuff into it and take it out relatively easily with ports. If you don't like ports use SkyDrive for free (one year). It has business applications perfected over decades. I suppose enterprise customers will buy them as presents to their employees. It is a tablet, no it is a PC.
Free Skype voice calling 60 countries for 1 yr and free storage on SkyDrive.

iPad Air, iOS7 based product, a mere 0.29" thick (can it float in air?), A7 Chip x64bit architecture-a first among peers, M7 motion processor;  iPad to large scene via AirPlay, Print anything using AirPrint, Airdrop sharing with no setup.

Nokia 2520: Qualcomm SnapDragon 800, Processor type: Quad-code 2.2 GHZ; 4G-LTE connectivity, superfast charging and a 6.7MP camera with ZEISS optics. If you are a shutter bug this one for you. Beats all others in this respect.Display resolution: Full HD (1920 x 1080)

Kindle FIre HDX 8.9
Highest resolution (2560x1600) and the best pixel density (339 ppi); True rendition with perfect color (100% sRGB);
MayDay support 24 hours Free with MayDat button, you can see your support staff on screen and say 'Hi'.
Wi-Fi and WiFi+Cellular(AT&T and Verizon),7" HDX display (1920x1200), high pixel density (323 PPI), Amazon SkyDrive for sving and sharing.

More details on my mobile blog

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