News was that Toshiba was working hard on 3D TV and laptops that will display 3D without 3D glasses. We did not hear much from Toshiba or any other source since then but again it seems like related news has started to pour in. Toshiba seems to working on the unique idea of adjustable 3D display that will adjust itself as per the viewing angle of the viewer.
The launch of Galaxy Tab Internet tablet was marked with the catchy words of iPad alternative and iPad killer. Various studies were conducted to test the growth and impact of Samsung Galaxy Tab Internet tablet and results did show that the Galaxy Tab has left its impact on the brain of customers. The theory gets a conformation with Samsung proudly announcing the sale of 1 million Galaxy Tab tablets. The number was 600,000 a few weeks ago!
We have Apple’s iPad, Dell’s Streak, Blackberry’s PlayBook tablet, Toshiba’s Froyo 100. It’s big time that we add Hitachi into the list too. With plenty different versions of internet tablet already on the market, Hitachi had to come with something that attracts the consumers.
The 6.6-inch tablet by Hitachi has a resolution of over 1600 x 1200 across an IPS panel for an amazing 302 pixels per inch of the device. For those who still don’t understand the gravity of this specification, let me just clear your doubts and put things into perspective. These are super attractive displays for a tablet.
We have good news for FiOS subscribers of Verizon. New channels will be available as part of the subscription that are already running under Verizon FiOS since Verizon has recently signed a deal with Disney and ESPN. This content will be displayed across channels and even in different devices. To be precise, ESPN Goal Line will go live on the 9th for extreme HD and ultimate HD packaged subscribers. Though D.C. and Harrisburg PA won’t be able to enjoy these features. Get ready as your college games are about to go live now.
Now Microsoft has its own slate! Soon a regulatory body will become mandatory for governing the boundaries within which companies should launch tablets. With almost every company launching its own internet tablet, the dilemma behind which is the best and which should be avoided looms around all the time. No doubt why plenty of internet users are buying tablets just because of the desire to have one though it isn’t of any use for them.
One more is about to jump into the jungle. Though it won’t confuse you more regarding which tablet you should buy but if the Israeli news paper is to be believed then the yet to be launched EeePad (only three ‘e’ in it) EP90 will be targeting enterprise customers. And, what exactly would enterprise customers want from the EeePad that other tablets aren’t delivering at the moment?