Category Archives: Linux

5 đối thủ của iPad

Máy tính bảng iPad của hãng Apple (Mỹ) đã được trình làng một cách ấn tượng. Với iPad, chúng ta có thể duyệt web bằng trình duyệt Safari trên màn hình cảm ứng đa chạm, gửi/nhận email, tạo album hình ảnh, xem video, nghe nhạc như iPod, truy cập bản đồ, chạy các ứng dụng iWork trên máy Mac… Nhưng chưa biết iPad có giữ được địa vị tiên phong của mình hay không khi có ít nhất 5 máy tính khác cùng nhảy vào cuộc chơi mới mẻ này. Xem nào …>>> Tiếp tục đọc

Máy tính bảng: đài các vs. mộc mạc, mình là mình phải chơi loại đài các :))

Apple Tablet Hitting Stores in March

By Chris Weiss – via Digital Daily and CrunchGear

It’s all but a verifiable fact that the Apple Tablet will be announced later this month at an Apple event on Wednesday, January 27. The event, which will be held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, is expected to reveal a brand new product and every Joe and Janine in the tech world would be more than shocked if it isn’t the tablet. While the existence of a big Apple event addresses many questions, it leaves many additional ones in its wake. Will the product look like the rumors? How much will it cost? When will it be available? While definitive answers probably won’t arrive for a few more weeks, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that the tablet will ship in March. The tablet is still expected to fall in the $1,000 range, and is expected to feature a 10- to 11-inch touchscreen. It may include a nationwide Wi-Fi subscription.

Freescale’s $200, Android/Linux Tablet Coming to CES

We may still have nearly a month until Apple’s tablet release, but CES promises to fill the void with a slew of tablets from just about every other thinkable manufacturer. Chipmaker Freescale has gotten the tablet party started a few days ahead of the show with a reference design for a tablet device that will feature a 7-inch touchscreen and run on the company’s low-power ARM-based processor. The tablet will be based around either Linux or Android and will include 3G compatibility and Wi Fi. Other specs include 512 MB of DDR2 RAM, 4 to 64GB of internal storage, Bluetooth 2.1, GPS, 3MP camera and microSD expansion.   Best of all, Freescale aims for a cost of just $200, making it a cheap alternative for those looking to get into the market without blowing the bank.  Freescale will be showing prototypes of the tablet at CES and expects to have it ready for market as early as next summer. No partners have yet been named. [via Reuters and Engadget]