BY admin | January 11, 2013
They are not being talked about much as they don’t come from Apple or Samsung. But Archos Titanium, Razer Edge Pro Gaming Tablet and Polaroid tablets showcased at CES 2013 are very exciting products
The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 has just concluded. The event has brought us too many new gadgets. Tablet PCs of different qualities are the attraction of the show. Here we make a trip to the major tablets displayed at the tech trade show in Las Vegas. They include regular tablets, gaming tablets and other special use tablets. Stick on with us to see a range of new tablets appeared at the event.
Archos Titanium Tablets: Archos has added four new tablets to its array of advanced products. The devices come in a range of sizes between 7-inch to 10.1-inch. Indeed, their titles – Archos 70 Titanium, Archos 80 Titanium, Archos 97 Titanium and Archos 10.1 Titanium – simply refer to their screen sizes. The machines sport HD IPS touchscreen displays and are powered by 1.6GHz processors and unspecified quad core graphical cards. They are to run on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The devices are respectively priced at $119, $169, $249 and $199.
Razer Edge Pro Gaming Tablet: After long hubbubs, Razer has finally uncovered its exclusive gaming tablet, the Razer Edge Pro. The machine is just beyond a tablet PC; it is a complete gaming gadget with joysticks and game control units at both sides of the display. It is a Windows 8 machine, which is the most interesting thing with it. You can run all modern games on the Edge Pro with great clarity on its 10.1-inch screen.
The Razer tablet is equipped with Intel Core processor and Nvidia GeForce GPU for great performance. Its display has high definition multi-touch capability. Another special thing is that it has rugged super speed solid state drive for data storage. The machine works as a regular tablet when using apps like Facebook, Skype, Netflix and others. Users can video chat, stream video and do many other things using this machine.
Panasonic 20-inch Windows 4K Tablet: Panasonic has stunned tech buffs at CES 2013 with a massive 20-inch 4K Ultra HD tablet that runs Windows 8 Pro. What the company has shown off is just a prototype model. It is really meant for business and marketing. Panasonic wants to make it commercially by late this year. The company rep has categorically said that its current innards and specs might change when there will be a commercial model. Anyway, let us have a look to its specs. Under the 0.4-inch thin body of the machine, there is an Intel Core i5 processor clocked at 1.8GHz. Amazingly, it has 16GB of RAM and 128GB SSD for storage and an Nvidia GeForce graphical card.
Coby MID7065: Coby is not much familiar in tablet arena. Coming new to the business, it has produced a 7-inch Google Nexus 7 and Amazon Kindle Fire HD killer. Called the Coby MID7065, the machine is to run on Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich and it is come to market for just $129.99. The great thing is that the company has achieved Google certification for this machine apart from its former device the Kyros MID9742. Thanks to Google certification, it will run Google Play app store.
Under the hood, the Coby tablet enjoys rich innards, indeed. It is has a 1024-by-600-pixel display and is equipped with a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU and 1GB of RAM. It is a Wi-Fi only device and it has Bluetooth 2.1+ with EDR and 8GB of internal memory. You can expend the memory using external sticks thanks to 32GB microSD slot. For video chatting, Coby has integrated a VGA front camera and there is no rear camera, though.
Polaroid Tablets: Camera film maker Polaroid has unveiled a couple of tablets at CES 2013. It looks that the company has decided to produce tablets by realizing no future in camera film making. The company has showed up two tablets; the M7 and M10, respectively 7-inch and 10-inch tablets PCs with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. The former one has a dual core CPU, 2MP front camera and 8GB internal storage. The latter cone has a quad-core CPU, 16GB internal memory and 5MP rear camera. It is meant to come for a price of $229.