This evening, Apple will present the much anticipated iPad 2, the second version of the tablet that revolutionized the world of handheld devices. According to sources, the event, which will be held in Yerba Buena Arts Center in San Francisco and could get a surprise.
Steve Jobs may possibly go on stage at the presentation of the new tablet. Earlier this year, the Apple chief took an indefinite medical leave of absence because of his health. Seven years ago, Jobs was diagnosed with a form of pancreatic cancer and underwent a liver transplant in 2009.
At a recent event, the developers of MSI unveiled a new tablet which was still in the making and in the prototype phase. But what was unique about MSI’s yet to be named tablet is that it integrates a pico projector within the tablet pc. The projector is mounted on the top of the device and has a swivel base.
Performance? Keyboard? Expandability? Multi-tasking? Battery life? ASUS took all your needs into consideration seriously, and made efforts on producing the best cloud computing devices possible. In the video below, they don’t show you what the device will look like but just in animation, for those that have been looking for a more office orientated device, it does confirm that it will be a 12″ Windows device capable of running Microsoft Office.
We spoke of the two new Acer Android tablets earlier this week. However, when Acer showed off their upcoming tablets in the recent Acer conference, we heard no news that the brand would have 10.1-inch versions of their Acer tablet running on Windows 7. What’s more, these are speculated to be powered by AMD’s dual-core C-50 Ontario accelerated processing unit.