Sunday, March 11, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Tablet Features Of The Galaxy Tab

The craze of having a good extra-large iPad tablet isn't needed, particularly with the release of the Samsung Galaxy Tab from the famous world-class manufacturer Samsung. This tablet permits any purpose you might possible have simply a laptop computer or a phone. One of the benefits of this unique, the 7-inch touch-screen tablet makes it good looking and at the same time you can do anything that you may want to do, without holding something back especially when you are traveling.

 The wireless features about the Samsung Galaxy Tab are amazing and the best part would be its multitasking features. Regardless of whether you have Sprint, AT&T, T-Mobile, or even Verizon, you can nonetheless use the SGT. Of course, different providers will modify the quality of voice service, but this tablet is built for even the best service provider.

 Besides just picture and text messaging, the Galaxy Tab has 2 built-in camcorders. There is a larger camera on the back, what's best for pictures, yet a smaller camera was made in the front, therefore video chatting is easily possible with it. Skype is a new craze, and the tablet possesses an application, which allows that you run Skype, therefore, you won't ever have to be away from family members, friends, or an office building conference call.

 Since the Samsung Galaxy Tablet is based on Android, Google apps are provided. You'll never have to go without Google search, maps, or YouTube. In addition, a variety of applications can be purchased on the Android software marketplace. An application offered includes the much-needed Navigation service, which allows you to definitely cancel out one more necessary device to carry close to. The application is a support, which you pay monthly for, but it is constantly with you. This way, with all the Samsung Galaxy tablet, all you need is one system - it's a crossbreed between a laptop, telephone, GPS, and Mp3 music player all-in-one.

 For tunes and video enthusiasts, the Samsung tablet also includes a digital media player. There is a 2GB internal memory about the phone, but the micro SD card slot can also be available, and the SGT features a 16GB micro sd card already. 

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

iPad 3 Release Dates, Expected Features and What Not to Expect

Rumours surrounding the iPad 3's expected features and release date are once again doing the rounds. This time Apple rumour mongers get a new lease with an alleged casing photo leak.

What to Expect and What not to Expect?

The photo clearly depicts the back-housing of the next iPad (presumably the iPad 3 or iPad HD). The image is courtesy of Repair Labs Blog, which states the back-housing on iPad 3 will be similar to the one on previous model.

Though, expect a larger battery, slightly revamped logic board, new cameras, and a different screen. The rumour mills so far have been consistent with the leaked images, which give us a semblance of hope and belief on what to expect from the most-awaited gadget this year.

Sources close to Apple have already hinted that the new iPad will go dynamic with double resolution Retina display (a whopping 2048 x 1536 pixels), while the device probably will resemble its predecessor in looks. However, expect the new tablet to be a millimetre thicker in comparison overall.

Also on the cards is the A6 CPU and the iPad 3 is expected to flaunt a significantly powerful GPU, which is consistent with our expectations. But the big surprise is that the A6 will not feature a quad-core chip and instead will retain dual-core from the original configuration.

Previous stories about the iPad 3 featuring a quad-core processor and an LTE capability onboard clearly seem inaccurate for a couple of valid reasons. Primarily, a quad-core redesign would incur additional costs and time that could further delay the release of the most-anticipated tablet.

As for 4G LTE connectivity, Qualcomm's chipset will see the light of day only in the second or third quarter of 2012, which in effect could delay Apple's iPad 3 if it's adopted.

As far as the release date goes, a February announcement is unlikely. So, what is the catch? Consider last year's iPad 2 release in early March that bided some time in finding resellers before hitting the stores and it is likely that Apple would repeat a similar feat this year.

Release Dates Quagmire

Besides, Apple has a policy of following upgrades and releases promptly on a periodic basis.

There is one key point to note. This year February falls into a leap year with 29 days, and the 29th falls on a Wednesday (the day on which Apple has announced every other iPad). The iPad 2 was announced on March 2, 2011, and made available the following Friday (March 11th).

So, expect history repeating itself. Especially as far as Apple's releases are concerned, there is always a pattern and you know what to expect.

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Computer Hardware Components and Accessories

Computers are made of different components or parts, collectively known as PC hardware. Some of the main hardware PC units include CPU, mouse, display screen monitor, hard disk, keyboard, CD drive, etc. You can buy a computer from a branded company or purchase an assembled model through a professional computer software person. Many a times, when some parts of a computer get corrupted, you can also buy separate components from any online or offline computer dealers.

Likewise computer hardware parts also do include novel items such as scanners, sound cards, internet modems and even digital cameras. But, every computer has individual properties like RAM memory, CPU model details, etc which may vary from other computers.

Let us study about some of the most important computer hardware parts:

* CPU - This part is the brain of the computer. It is known as Central Processing Unit and works as a processor. The most popular processors are manufactured by Intel popular as the Pentium Chip model. Intel processors are widely used all over the world by most of the computer manufacturing companies.

* Mouse - This hardware is essential for desktop models as navigational object, to click on varied options, selecting different objects and accessing necessary information on the computer screen. There are two main buttons in the mouse, to be used to access info. Nowadays, you can find interesting types of mouse in the market such as laser mouse or ball mouse. But, they all serve the same purpose to help access computerised info from the CPU.

* Hard Disk - This is a device that helps in storing data. The all-round performance of any computer actually depends on the speed of its hard disk. Higher rotational speed of the hard disk enables fast and high speed performance by that particular computer.

* RAM - It is also known as Random Access Memory, which aids in storing of temporary information in the CPU. When you switch off the computer, such temporary info files are erased. The optimum performance of the computer also depends on the size of its RAM.

* Keyboard - This is one of the most important part in computer hardware. Keyboard helps users to enter specific commands by punching of alphabets, numbers or signs. There are other function keys like Control, Alter, delete, F keys, Page up, Page down, etc in the keyboard. There are a total of 101 keys in any standard keyboard, and designed in such a way so as to make typing faster and easier.

Other additional computer hardware includes scanner, joystick, external drive, printer and servers. Buying individual computer hardware parts can be a tedious task as there are variety of selection models, styles and designs to choose from. It is best to gather some basic first hand info about the specific computer hardware part that you intend to buy.

You can choose to buy from online computer hardware retail shops and other hardware dealers. Online directories can help you sort a list of potential manufacturers or retailers who are genuine and trustworthy.