Inno-In Kaya Folio Case for the Apple iPad

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Inno-In (Innovative Inception) is a relatively new company on the case scene. This is the first case I’ve reviewed from them. Given that Folio style cases are quite popular for the iPad, I was curious to check out the Kaya case to see what Inno-In had to offer. This case sells for 20 GBP or […]

Spigen SGP Hardbook S case for New iPad and iPad 2

Spigen SGP Hardbook S

Those of you who know me will know that Spigen SGP is one of my favorite case companies. They’ve developed a reputation for making good quality products that rarely disappoint. Today we’ll be looking at the Hardbook S case for the New iPad. The Hardbook S is a folio style case that resembles an book […]

Microsoft Announces Hot New Surface Tablets


After a weekend of rampant speculation reaching a fevered pitch, Microsoft announced Surface – a Microsoft designed and built tablet. There will be 2 versions of the tablet, one designed for ARM, and thus running the Windows RT version, the other designed with Intel’s Ivy Bridge and running Windows 8 Pro. The ARM based tablet […]

CES 2012: Lenovo Offers A Tablet-Laptop Option for Windows 8


CES always brings lots of weird and wonderful things to see. With Windows 8 around the corner, and the potential game changer it may become, I was hoping to see lots of Windows 8 enabled hardware. There was some, but not as much as I had hoped for, and must of it was another tablet […]

Sling Player is Now Available for Android Based Tablets


Sling Media has announced that the Sling Player software is now available for Android based tablets. If you’ve already forked over your hard earned cash for the current Android version, you’ll be happy to hear that you’ll have to pay again for the tablet version. Which, if the price was $3 or maybe $5 wouldn’t […]

Crash Tested and Approved – ProClip’s Rear Seat Tablet Mount Solutions


ProClip, makers of in-vehicle device mounting solutions, have just announced that their rear seat mounts have passed the most stringent USA and EU automotive industry standards. That means, if you’re looking to outfit the kids with a way to watch video’s on the iPad, Galaxy Tab, Playbook, or Xoom, you can rest assured that ProClips […]

Asus Announces New Tablet-Phone Combo Called Padfone


Asus has announced a new twist on the tablet market. They didn’t just announce a 10.1 inch tablet like so many others have done. They announced a 10.1 inch tablet that consumes your Asus phone! Ok, so it doesn’t really consume it, but the tablet is powered by the phone. In fact, the tablet is […]

Slashgear Goes In-Depth on Android 3.0 – Honeycomb


“Android’s UI has gradually evolved into the multi-desktop icon and widget layout we’re used to on smartphones today, and Honeycomb pushes that paradigm to suit larger displays. The homescreen is a horizontally scrolling array of five panes, each accommodating an 8×7 grid of icons and widgets. As on handsets, the smallest icon is a 1×1 […]

MWC 2011: HTC Unveils Flyer–First Tablet with HTC Sense


HTC pulled the cover  off their all new tablet – the HTC Flyer featuring HTC’s Sense today at Mobile World Congress. HTC is yet another company adding an Android based tablet to their device line up. However, the Flyer brings HTC’s special sauce to the table – The Sense UI. They’ve also added a special […]

Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) Development Preview Kit Released


Yesterday, Google released the preview of the Android 3.0 software development kit, and as you would expect many people were quick to rip it apart and share what they found. AndroidCentral posted a really good article that covers a lot of the new features and functionality in the latest update from Google. Of course, the […]