Tag: tablet

HP scales down enterprise tools, aiming at small businesses

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

Las Vegas – The desktop PC isn’t dead. That was part of the messaging behind HP’s Discover business-focused event, as it unveiled a number of tools and services made for enterprises, but also scaled down for small businesses.

Sony announces ‘slimmest tablet in the world’ with Xperia Tablet Z

Text and photos by Ted Kritsonis

Sony has unveiled the Xperia Tablet Z, now one of the thinnest and lightest 10-inch tablets on the market, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The new tablet is just 6.9mm thin and weighs only 495 grams, and will launch in Canada sometime between April and June.

Review: Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 scans fast to your smartphone or tablet

By Ted Kritsonis

Scanning is really considered an old technology, but the speed in doing it is what can make a real difference in productivity. Fujitsu’s ScanSnap iX500 is one of the fastest scanners available and finally makes it possible to scan directly to smartphones and tablets without the need for a computer.

Is health this year’s new tech trend?

Photos and text by Ted Kritsonis

The public’s increasing focus and awareness over health goes back at least the last five years, but the consumer tech industry was slow to adapt to changing attitudes. Until now, at least. The number of companies, gadgets and apps designed to help people in almost every facet of their physical and mental well-being is continually growing, and this year will likely cast a big spotlight on all of them as a whole.

Kobo’s lineup of eReaders are meant for everyone and anyone

By Ted Kritsonis

Kobo’s eReader lineup and e-Book store is a solid combination of hardware and software that has proven to be one of the best in the industry. And to hammer that point home, Kobo coasted along for the first 10 months of the year, and then launched four new devices, one of which is a tablet. The idea appears to be that there’s a Kobo for every type of consumer.

Finding the right tablet is a little easier now

By Ted Kritsonis

Tablets are cool devices but that doesn’t mean they’re all worth the money spent on them. The good thing about 2012 was that a shift to smaller screen sizes and more competition meant lower prices, making it a little easier to choose something other than the iPad. Apple’s tablet still rules the roost, but their competitors have some that could be just what you’re looking for.