At the recently concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, curved smart TVs featuring 4k resolution made a big splash. However, tablets also garnered much spotlight as several device manufacturers launched their new line of tablets for 2014 under different price categories.
The Samsung Galaxy Pro was one of the most anticipated tablets launched at the CES. Apart from Samsung Galaxy Pro, Samsung also announced yet another much anticipated device, the Galaxy Note Pro. The Galaxy TabPro and the Galaxy NotePro both have 12.2-inch screen. Where Galaxy TabPro is a 10.1-inch tablet, Galaxy TabPro is a 8.4-inch tablet. These tablets will come with three advanced connectivity options which include WiFi and LTE, WiFi and 3G and WiFi. The NotePro, a 12.2-inch device will also get the S-Pen while the others will not be getting the S Pen feature.
The Panasonic TouchPad FZ-M1 is yet another exciting tablet announced at CES. Panasonic wants to target the enterprise category with a rugged, thin and a light Windows-based tablet. This tablet from Panasonic weighs 540 grams. It gets 7-inch WXG capacitive touchscreen display with a 1,280×800 pixels. The tablet also comes powered by a Intel Celeron chipset and packs in a RAM cache of 4 GB. Its RAM can be expanded to 8 GB.
The ASUS Transformer Duet TD 300 also made an appearance at the CES. The ASUS Transformer Duet TD 300 is a dual-OS, quad-mode tablet/laptop convertible which appears like several gadgets packed into one. The Asus Transformer Duet allows the user to switch between Android and Windows, in tablet or laptop mode, in not more than four seconds, with a simple tap on a button. This new tablet features a 13-inch display with a 1366×768 pixel resolution. However, one can get full-HD resolution display with the one priced at $699.