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Kurio Android tablet reviews
[March 13, 2015 – 11:36 am]
Kurio Android tablet reviews

Kurio Tab 2 review Kids tablets are steadily improving with many now being ‘proper’ tablets instead of ‘toys’ with proprietary app stores and none of the apps your kids actually want. Kurio reckons it has come up with the best yet in the Tab 2. We’re always wary of any product that claims to be the ultimate, but Kurio goes even further with the Tab 2, saying it’s also the “safest tablet for kids”. It’s not perfect, but it is one of the better options if you don’t want to hand over your iPad (or buy your kids their own). Kurio Tab 2 review: Design and build This is a decent-looking…

Android tablet Antivirus reviews
[December 17, 2015 – 05:56 pm]
Android tablet Antivirus reviews

The subject of security for the Android platform is far from straightforward. There’s some debate about whether you really need antivirus apps on your smartphone. Much depends on whether you sideload apps, but there’s no denying that malware has grown into a much greater concern since we first wrote this article back in 2012. Luckily, security apps have improved dramatically to keep pace with the new threats, so you have plenty of great protection to choose from. The majority of Android security apps are actually packages that include a host of other tools from contact filtering…

Best new Android tablets
[February 7, 2016 – 11:31 am]
Best new Android tablets

Best new tablets coming in 2017: Apple iPad Air 3 & two new iPad Pros Having abandoned its traditional iPad launch event in October 2015, when we heard there would be an iPad announcement in March 2016 we were hoping to see a new iPad Air 3. In fact we got the smaller iPad Pro 9.7. The iPad Air 3 was also a no-show in Apple s September and October 2016 events, but that doesn’t rule out the possibility of an iPad Air 3 coming our way soon, and Apple has not confirmed the death of the Air line. Indeed, analysts are speculating that in 2017 there will be three new iPads:…

Trio tablet review
[July 9, 2016 – 08:26 am]
Trio tablet review

In general, whether you’re talking about PCs, peripherals, TVs or audio, tech usually matures over time. They start out as innovative ideas, often hatched by a bright-eyed, young enthusiast in a garage or dorm room, grow into a business within a cocoon of investor interest, and eventually emerge as a diverse industry, full of competitors playing by an established rulebook. We admire the Trio’s engineering, but whether we’d actually get one is another matter. PCs practically wrote this story and, in the decades since, have been the very picture of a matured technology. Yet the…

Polaroid tablet reviews
[January 11, 2017 – 12:52 pm]
Polaroid tablet reviews

The Polarioid 9 is a 9-inch Android powered tablet with a dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM and 8 GB of internal memory. As of 2015, the Polaroid 9 retails for around $80 to $160 depending on where it is purchased. Users who favored the Polaroid 9 praised its inexpensive price and ease of use, calling it an excellent starter tablet. Users were critical, however, of how sluggishly the tablet performs in multitasking environments, stating that it s not suitable for running applications that require a high level of graphics or intense processing. Screen quality is also criticized…

7 inch Google Android tablet reviews
[January 14, 2016 – 12:15 pm]
7 inch Google Android tablet reviews

Like most other 7-inch tablets, the Nexus 7 is designed to be held in portrait mode, and its thinner dimensions make it easier to do so with just one hand. As before, this ASUS-made tablet has a soft-touch plastic back, but the dimples from the original Nexus 7 are gone, which isn t a great loss. In this orientation, the Nexus 7 s 1.2-MP front camera is on the top bezel, but offset a little to the right. On top is a 3.5mm headphone jack, and the power button and volume rocker sit on the upper right side. The backward-sloping sides of the tablet hide these buttons from view…