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Posted by Matthew Fortner on November 27, 2013
The Lenovo Yoga Tablet 10 is an Android 4.2 powered device from the worlds No.1 PC maker. How does it stack up?
Priced around $300, the sleek Yoga Tablet 10 seems to be a product of some very thoughtful design by Lenovo. The gorgeous metal alloy frame is sturdy and the plastic rear cover has an attractive faux metal finish that doesnt detract the 1.33-pound tablets aesthetic.
There is a front-facing 1.6-megapixel camera adjacent to the touchscreen. The 10-inch display has a 1,280-by-800-pixel resolution which is satisfactory, but unremarkable compared to the much denser pixel-per-inch counts of the Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9, Apple iPad Air and Google Nexus 10. Lenovos smaller 8-inch variant offers the same resolution so it should appear sharper.
Posted by Matthew Fortner on November 7, 2013
PhoneBuff has posted a video featuring a speed comparison test between all the Nexus smartphones.
Posted by Matthew Fortner on November 6, 2013
Computer researchers at N.C. State University have found that security vulnerabilities are being inadvertently added by manufacturers.
Posted by Matthew Fortner on November 4, 2013
Sometimes weighing in at nearly 30-pounds, my overstuffed backpack can be a bit cumbersome to lug around town. And as useful as backpacks are, sometimes you just don’t want to look like a middle-schooler. I needed a new lightweight laptop and gadget bag.
Posted by Matthew Fortner on October 30, 2013
Bigger is better in some cases, like cinnamon rolls and back seats for example. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 delivers first and foremost on size, but Samsung has tweaked the device to deliver more than just a super-sized smartphone experience.