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Zagg ZAGGkeys PROfolio+ iPad Keyboard Review

Zagg is a well known iPad accessories manufacturer and their latest ZaggKeys Profolio+ illuminated keyboard is probably the best one you can buy today. It's not cheap, but if you're typing a lot on your Apple iPad then this is the one to buy. Functionally, the ZaggKeys Profolio Plus is very similar to the ZaggFolio I've tested earlier this year, but there are some enhancements that make the new model a worthy upgrade, or the choice for new buyers. First and foremost, the ZaggKeys Profolio+ is...

Logitech Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650 and Zone Touch Mouse T400 review

I've always been a fan of Logitech accessories and peripherals and have owned quite a few in the past decade. I tried to keep things objective and wrote about some of the interesting products the company launched for tablets in the past years. Now that Windows 8 is officially launched it's time to take a look at two touch focused products Logitech was kind to send me for review, the Wireless Rechargeable Touchpad T650 and the Zone Touch Mouse T400, products that work well with both Windows 8 and...

iPad Mini: impressions and comparison with other iPads

I've been quite busy the past few days playing with the iPad Mini and the iPad 4, two tablets announced by Apple in Q4 2012, which we've talked about already here. In this article I'm not going to insist on the new iPad 4, essentially an upgrade from the iPad 3 announced a little bit earlier this year (I'll do so in a future article) and focus on telling you about the smallest Apple tablet, the 7.9 inch iPad Mini. As you all know the first impression is very important, and I have to tell you ...

Google Nexus 10 Tablet: Better than Retina Display

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean was not the only thing unveiled by Google, but also the 10 inch Google Nexus 10 tablet, not just a pretty face. Google Nexus 7 was the first true affordable tablet that didn't compromise on performance, spotting a quad core Tegra 3 Processor and a very good IPS display. Apple just announced the iPad Mini, a tablet which will go head to head with Google's affordable slate, so it makes sense for Google to retaliate with the Nexus 10, a tablet which takes on the new iPad 4...

Android 4.2 Jelly Bean: what’s new and interesting

If you ask me, Jelly Bean 4.1 was a minor Android update, which improved on ICS, but not quite so much it would deserve a major version number, like 5.0. Well, the newly released Android 4.2 is pretty much the same story, so Google thought it has to update only the version number to 4.2 and keep the Jelly Bean codename. That doesn't mean there aren't enough tweaks, improvements and additions that you would not want to upgrade. So let's take a quick look at the improvements brought by the late...

iPad Mini and new iPad 4: the new Apple tablets

After a very long period of rumors Apple has finally unveiled the new iPad Mini. Most of the speculations come true, so we're talking about a 7.9 inch tablet, with the same aspect ratio as the previous generations of Apple tablets, which is 4:3. Screen resolution is 1024 x 768 px, the same as the first and second gen iPads so everything will run smoothly and apps won't need any kind of conversion/upgrade/recoding. That's probably the biggest strength of the iPad Mini: it's going to fit right ...

Acer Iconia Tab A110 is a new cheap 7 inch Android tablet

Acer is known for being a major player in the affordable electronics, so it comes with no surprise that the company has announced the Iconia Tab A110, the successor to last year's Iconia A100, a pretty affordable tablet at that time. Today's model is an upgrade in any possible way, except the screen, which still features a low resolution 1024 x 600 px panel, something I wish Acer had replaced, but I guess there's a price to pay for affordability. The new model spots a quad core Tegra 3 platfo...

ASUS Padfone 2 phone/tablet hybrid official specs, pricing and preview

We've been talking a lot here about the Padfone 2, and even had some revealing specs a few days ago, but the official announcement just took place yesteday, so here's all you need to know about the official second generation hybrid tablet/keyboard from Asus, a product much refined from the previous generation. Say what you want about ASUS, but this is one company who continuously innovates and that's what keeps its head about the water. It looks like the R&D department at ASUS is in love...

Best Features of a Windows 8 Tablet: What I Would Buy

We've talked extensively about Windows 8 here at AllTouchTablet, an operating system which will see the light of day in just a few weeks. I've tested the Consumer Preview back in March and covered the IFA Berlin launch of Windows 8 tablets from all traditional Microsoft partners. So if you've read all these articles I think you have a pretty clear idea of what to expect from Windows 8 and compatible RT and PRO tablets. There are of course a lot of things waiting to be discovered about Windows...

Intel Atom Clover Trail for Windows 8 tablets: here’s what you need to know

Windows 8 will definitely be the star for the end of this year. IFA Berlin showed clearly that Microsoft's partners are all joining the party. No matter if we're talking about the RT (ARM) or PRO (x86) version of Windows 8, in a few months time you'll have a lot of products to choose from. Personally I believe the RT is just a dumbed down version of Windows, which won't work will all the software consumers are expecting, thus will generate significant confusion. From the PRO tablets I think t...

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