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DanCooper

by DanCooper

How would you change Samsung’s ATIV Tab?
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I don’t normally discuss products that I’ve reviewed on How Would You Change, but I’m making an exception for Samsung’s ATIV Tab. The Korean company pondered the merits of launching the device right up to its debut, and swiftly axed any US expansion before it could get off the ground. As one of the first Windows RT devices, it came with a hobbled operating system, but the hardware was staggeringly good. Unfortunately, it’s rare that anyone actually splashed out on this unit, but I’m... Read more →
marc

by marc

Is this the end for Windows RT?
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Last week at CES, Windows RT-based tablets were virtually invisible. In fact, one of the more interesting devices we saw was the Asus VivoTab Smart, a 10-inch tablet running Windows 8, which will be available for about $500, the same price as the Surface RT and Asus' own RT-based VivoTab. Adding insult to injury, Samsung late last week announced that it's going to pass on RT, joining Acer, Toshiba and HP in the non-RT camp. Is this the end... Read more →
marc

by marc

Samsung at IFA: New phones, laptops, desktops, cameras, and more!
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As Sony did earlier today, Samsung used the IFA Berlin show to roll out massive array of new products. Some (the Galaxy Note II) were expected; some had already been introduced (the Galaxy Note 10.1), and some (Windows 8 laptops and desktops) expanded on themes that were in place at least since earlier this year. But Samsung still managed to provide some intrigue, with products like the Galaxy Camera, which boasts a 16.1 megapixel sensor, 21x zoom lens, Wi-Fi, and Android Jelly Bean. The launch... Read more →