Tablets

Asus Transformer Convertibles Take The Middle Path

Asus Transformer Book

Taiwanese manufacturer Asus has announced two new convertible gadgets, the Transformer Book T100HA and Transformer Book Flip TP200SA. These gadgets meet the requirement of people who want a tablet at one moment and a laptop soon later. User requirements of computing are so varied today that these convertibles will soon make a space for themselves. Asus Transformer Book T100HA at a glance The Asus Transformer Book T100HA is an easy-to-use tablet supported with a completely detachable keyboard along with 10.1-inch display at a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. Powered by the Intel Atom x5-Z8500, this tablet comes with a choice of 2GB as well as 4GB memory along with 128GB, 64GB and 32GB choices for storage. Not just that, the device also offer choices of the operating system you can install. Users can choose between Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro. To ensure user-friendliness of the device, the makers have [+more]

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Apple Launches iPad Mini 4- Indian Buyers Will Have To Wait

Apple launches iPad mini 4

In a recent event, the tech-giant Apple has made a series of launch, including two iPhones, iPad Pro, Apple TV and the iPad mini 4. Though the smartphones, iPad Pro and Apple TV got the maximum hype in the media coverage as well as in the event, many are interested to know about the launch of the iPad mini 4.  iPad mini 4 prices at a glance The new seven inches tablet of the company, which boasts of interiors quite similar to that of iPad Air 2 has created much hype in the Indian market. However, the company has not made any announcement regarding its launch or price in India. Even though there is no official confirmation, NDTV Gadgets reported the price of iPad mini 4 Wi-Fi 16GB model to be around Rs. 28, 900. While the 64 GB variant is reportedly priced at Rs. 35,900 and 128 GB is [+more]

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Apple Set To Launch iPad Pro And iPad Mini 4 On September 9

Apple launches iPad mini 4

Apple’s main release event for its latest launches will be held on September 9 at Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. Insiders reveal that the Cupertino giant will launch the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus along with the iPad Pro and the iPad Mini 4. Knowing The iPad Pro                       For starters, it is time you revise what you know about the iPad Pro.  It is a 12-incher tablet and has been rumored since 2014. We expect it to run on the OS X and new reports suggest that it will be built in with Force Touch, which harks back to the Apple Watch. We are also anticipating a split-screen feature. Apple will ship the Pro from November and you could begin pre orders from October. According to a report published on 9to5Mac, the new iPad Pro will not come in a 16 GB variant but only in 128 and 64 GB models. However, the fact that you can get hands of [+more]

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IFA 2015: Lenovo Launches Yoga Tab 3, Idea Centre, IdeaPad And ThinkPad

Lenovo

Berlin is experiencing some grand moments at the IFA 2015 as tech-giants are unveiling new devices for their fans. After Motorola, another reputed brand, Lenovo launched Yoga Tab 3 devices, Idea Centre, IdeaPad and ThinkPad at the event. Though these formed the major attraction, the Vibe smartphones, viz. Vibe P1m, Vibe P1 and Vibe S1 was also unveiled during the event. This is also not all, Phab series smartphones were also announced by the company during this event.  New devices at a glance  Even though the company unveiled some of its trendiest devices, Lenovo fans will have to wait for some more time to get these on stores. According to the reports, Lenovo Vibe P1m priced at $159 will be available in sale from mid-september, while Lenovo P1 will be on sale from $279 and is priced at $279. Lenovo Vibe S1, which is priced $299 will be on sale [+more]

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Over 225,000 Apple Accounts Compromised- KeyRaider Malware Steals Information From Devices

Apple

More than 225,000 accounts of Apple users have been stolen by malware KeyRaider. Though the news is sure to raise eyebrows, it will be wrong to point fingers on the makers, as the devices were jail broken. Apple is always known for offering high end security on their devices and the credentials were stolen only from the people, who decided to do away with the inbuilt security settings.  Malware steals confidential information Many users compromise with the inbuilt security of the handset for installing free apps and in turn allow malware to access their accounts. Weiptech, a Chinese developer group along with Palo Alto Networks security firm revealed that the iOS malware has hacked the purchasing receipt, private keys, certificates and account credentials from the phones. It has also been reported that the credentials were misused for purchasing apps in other devices.  Devices with inbuilt Apple security safe from theft [+more]

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