• Tablet comparison: New iPad (2012) vs. iPad 2 vs. Asus Transformer Prime vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1

    Posted on March 8th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    With months of rumors, speculations and anxious waiting, Apple finally officially released the new iPad in details on the March 7th event on San Francisco. We have to admit that the new iPad produces better user experience in various aspects, like its full HD 2048×1356 pixels Retina display, which absolutely makes it a first choice for users to enjoy HD movies on iPad, even to play full HD Blu-ray movies on iPad; the quad-core A5X GPU processor, which is as four time fast as other chips currently on the market; 5MP iSight camera, etc. But as a tablet user or fans, you must want to know what the new iPad brings to you and compared with other existing tablets, like its precedent, the iPad 2, Asus Transformer Prime and Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, what the advantages of the new Apple iPad (3rd generation) shows to its buyers to make it more competitive in the fierce circumstance of tablet market.

    Apple new iPadHere I’m very glad to share some detailed data upon tablets mentioned above with all of you for reference when you would like to make comparison between these devices. Of course, if you like, you can also check specs of any tablet available online for comparison, but the following picture I share here would make it more convenient and save your energy and time.

    new iPad vs. iPad 2 vs. ASUS Transformers Prime vs. Galaxy Tab 10.1

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  • The most unbelievable rumors said that iPad 3 out in March and iPad 4 in October in 2012

    Posted on January 13th, 2012 David Brooks No comments

    After the iPhone 4S came to market, now people around the world who pay close attention to Apple now come to focus on the next generation of iPad, not only Apple fans, but also competitors of Apple as well. Now, there have been so many rumors and guess work done online about the specifications and release date about the much anticipated Apple tablets, while the thing being most focused is about the tablet screen display. Most rumors and guess work predicated that the iPad 3 would configure a Retina display (2048×1536, double the resolution of the first two iPads), which will absolutely deliver better digital experience for users to watch HD videos on iPad or play HD Blu-ray on iPad for unlimited movie enjoyment. However, do you know that there even were rumors about the iPad 4 in 2012? Well, the Geek writer Will Shanklin has written a post about the next generation of iPad and the generation of iPad after the next iPad. Check freely what he said or rumored bellow:

    Retina iPad 3

    Now that the holidays are over, it’s time for everyone to shift their focus onto the next big thing: the iPad 3. In the last week, we’ve already heard a (probably false) rumor that two new iPads will be launching in January, and another that has an iPad with upgraded cameras launching in March. Now we have yet another report: that a Retina display iPad 3 will launch in March, with an upgraded iPad 4 (or iPad 3 Pro?) launching in October.

    The rumor — to be taken with many grains of salt — says that the iPad 3 will sport a Retina display (2048×1536, double the resolution of the first two iPads) and an extended battery. It also, however, says that other upgrades won’t be as exciting as many are expecting. What does that last part mean? It could mean that it won’t get an A6 processor (harder to believe than the other details), or that the form-factor won’t be much different from that of the iPad 2.

    According to the report, the October iPad will be the one to truly behold. It says that the real battle for market share will take place among 2012′s second iPad, Windows 8 tablets, and Intel’s Clover Trail-W platform. The description of the alleged iPad 4 is vague: it iPad Windows 8 tabmerely says that it will have “much upgraded hardware specifications” and “integrated applications” (Siri, perhaps?).

    Would Apple release two iPads in one year? It’s possible, but keep in mind that the same trade publication that ran this rumor also predicted a second iPad in 2011. That obviously didn’t happen. It sounds more likely in 2012, as there is expected to be tighter competition (from Windows 8, a Google tablet, and perhaps a larger Kindle Fire) than there was in 2011.

    Yes, we’re getting into the season where iPad rumors fly in from all angles, with no indication of what’s plausible and what isn’t. Within the next month or two, it will build to a feverish pitch that will take us all back to last summer; that was when iPhone 5 rumors covered the entire gamut of possibilities. Prepare for exhaustion.

    Source from: http://www.geek.com/articles/mobile/ipad-3-in-march-ipad-4-in-october-according-to-rumor-2012016/

    How do you think about the above rumors about iPad 3 and iPad 4? And what are your anticipations towards the next Apple iPads? Feel free to share with us your ideas in the comment part.

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  • Top 10 Most Useful iPad Accessories for Business: Picture Galleries and Features

    Posted on July 25th, 2011 David Brooks No comments

    Sources from ZDNet, written on July 19, 2011 11:42am.

    Apple’s iPad is becoming a familiar feature of business life with organizations increasingly deciding to equip their staff with a tablet device. Always on hand to help, silicon.com’s Shelley Portlet tracked down the 10 most useful iPad accessories for businesses to help users get the most out of the iPad. The following pictures and descriptions list the 10 most popular and useful iPad accessories from Shelley Portlet’s tracking.

    iPad Camera Connection Kit1. First up is iPad Hut’s 5-in-1 iPad Camera Connection Kit, which allows the iPad to connect with a range of different devices including digital cameras, TVs and monitors.

    The adaptor has five ports including a USB port, SD card port, microSD card port, 3.5mm DC port and mini USB port, as well as AV leads – allowing you to connect your tablet to other hardware or sideload documents and presentations from all those memory cards and USB sticks knocking around in your bag.

    Photo: iPad Hut

    Captions: Shelley Portet, silicon.com

    iPad Stand2. The Sir James iPad floor stand by Arktis can turn the iPad into a presentation aid for conferences and meetings.

    For those using the iPad at trade fairs or exhibitions, the stand comes with a nifty barrier that can be used to prevent access to the home key, ensuring attendees using the iPad are only able to use the app intended.

    Photo: Arktis

    iPad Wall Mount3. The iPad wall mount by Vogel gives easy access to the tablet device with a click-and-release system that allows the iPad to be easily attached and removed.

    As well as providing a neat place to keep a communal office iPad, when attached to the wall mount, the iPad can be fully rotated, making it a useful focal point for group collaboration.

    Photo: Amazon

    Waterproof iPad Case4. iPad Hut’s waterproof iPad case becomes 100 per cent waterproof when sealed, ideal for protecting the iPad from knocked over cups of coffee at heated board meetings – or pints during ‘off-site meetings’.

    Fancy taking your work away with you on holiday? The case also allows the iPad to be used in the water so you can keep on top of your emails in the swimming pool.

    Photo: iPad Hut

    SmarTouch Gloves iPad5. While winter may seem but a distant memory, the recollection of icy fingers forced out of the warm to operate touchscreens still haunts us.

    Thankfully, the Isotoner SmarTouch Gloves pictured above have been designed to use on touchscreens so iPad-induced frostbite should become a thing of the past.

    Photo: Firebox.com

    HP Photosmart Wireless e-All-in-one printer6. The HP Photosmart Wireless e-All-in-One Printer bypasses the need for the iPad to be connected to an office network in order to send documents for print – just email the documents to the printer’s email address and wait for the printouts.

    The printer also features a 6.1cm LCD screen with TouchSmart frame.

    Photo: Amazon

    External Hard Drive for iPad7. The least expensive iPad comes with just 16GB of storage so adding an external hard drive might be a good option. The Seagate GoFlex Satellite wireless external hard drive adds 500GB or storage space which Seagate says will hold up to 300 movies. It can stream to as many as three iPads at a time.

    Credit: Seagate

    Movile TV Tuner for iPad8. The Elgato Tivizen Mobile TV Tuner allows iPad users to watch TV on the go – handy for those who need to keep in touch with news and other programmes on the move or for making that commute slightly more bearable.

    The tuner picks up Freeview signals and transmits them to the iPad using its own local wi-fi network and doesn’t require internet access to work. It also allows programmes to be paused and recorded.

    Photo: Firebox.com

    USB Car Charger for iPad9. The Macally CARUSB10 2 Port USB Car Charger shown above plugs into a car’s cigarette lighter jack and allows the iPad to be charged en route – useful for when your battery fails on the way to that all-important sales meeting.

    The charger has two USB ports so you can charge your iPhone at the same time.

    Photo: Amazon

    Foldable Wireless Shortcut Keyboard for iPad

    10. The Eagle AppsKey Pro Foldable Wireless Shortcut Keyboard also allows you to dodge the tricky task of typing on glass, and its ability to fold in half makes it ideal for those who need a pocket-sized peripheral for use on the move.

    What accessories have we missed? Let us know your favourite iPad add-on by posting a reader comment below.

    Photo: Amazon

    iPad Keyboard Dock11. And No. 11 as a bonus. Apple’s iPad keyboard dock turns the iPad into a stand-in desktop as the full-size keyboard makes typing out long documents easier.

    The dock also charges the iPad so it’s ready to be used on the move.

    Photo: Donald Bell/CNET

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  • iPad 2 Jailbreak Available now with the fresh JailbreakMe 3.0

    Posted on July 6th, 2011 David Brooks No comments

    Ever since the release of Apple iPad 2 tablets in spring, people have been waiting for the jailbreak tool of this Apple tablet device. Although the iPad 2 has been out for almost four months, there is yet still no public release of a stable jailbreak tool. Now, with the official release of JailbreakMe 3.0, a great work contributed by Comex team including Comex, Saurik, Chpwn, MuscleNerd and many other members, you can browse JailbreakMe page on your iOS 4.3.3 iPad 2 or just about every other Apple iOS device running 4.3 and above and install Cydia to jailbreak your iPad 2 in just a few minutes right from Safari — no cables or restores necessary.


    JailbreakMe 3.0 is quite similar to previous released Jailbreak beta version to make use of the PDF security vulnerability found in iOS. Once jailbroken via JailbreakMe 3.0, the Cydia app store is installed on the device and adventurous users can install a variety of apps not screened by Apple, as well as use a few other features.

    Of course, for more stable and security jailbreak, you’d better firstly backup your devices like iPhone, iPod, iPad before you start to jailbreak your devices. And, click here to know what iOS devices are compatible with the JailbreakMe 3.0 and tips you should pay attention during the jailbreak.

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  • Apple iPad 2 tops in Tablet Display Technology Shoot-Out with Motorola Xoom and Asus Transformer

    Posted on June 23rd, 2011 David Brooks No comments

    The DisplayMate Technologies Cooperation has just released a new display technology shoot-outs result of three popular tablets: Apple iPad 2, Motorola Xoom and Asus Transformer. Although the second generation of Apple iPad has been considered to be inferior in the pixel density when compared with the Motorola and Asus products, the DisplayMate still place Apple iPad 2 the champion among these three tablets, upon the comparison of various elements including: Screen Reflections, Brightness and Contrast, Colors and Intensities, Viewing Angles, Display Backlight Power Consumption, and Running Time on Battery.

    iPad 2

    To get the detailed information about this test, you can check: Tablet Display Shoot-Out Comparison Table.

    By counting out the champion of these popular tablets, DisplayMate also provides some anticipations and suggestions for the next generation of tablet display, which can also be available via the link above. When mention the iPad 2 and tablet display, it is unavoidable that we would talk about the next generation of Apple iPad, the iPad 3 release date and specs, especially its screen display, which has gained so much attention from users.

    iPad 3

    The latest rumor on iPad 3 would adopt an AMOLED display which would offer improved brightness and reduce reflection and power consumption. Still, other rumors said that the iPad 3 would get a 3D display with 2048*1536 pixels high definition screen resolution, which would boast four times the pixel density of the current model. A rumor that the iPad 3 would get a Retina Display with a release of this year also attracts great attention. The iPad 3 might get a Retina display, but it is hard to believe a release within this year.

    iPad 2 screen display has been considered as a great success among many popular tablets like Motorola Xoom and Asus Transformer. The iPad 3 screen display would at least not disappoint users when compared with other tablets of the next generation.

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