These sort of convertibles aren’t exactly new, and the prices of such products are really getting low these days. However the market for such niche products are pretty scarce (I’m a fan of such products) yet most of it have compromises that I personally don’t want to make at all.
In my personal opinion, I think that there are way too many tablets in the world of smart devices these days - but I'm not complaining. Having more tablets in the market means that manufacturers will innovate new things and implement them in their brand new tablet. Then, they have to include enough features and price it competitively to really capture the customers.
It's been a dream of mine to have a full-fledged PC without the bulk. Tablets came by and it got pretty close to a portable full-fledged PC - but not there yet. Then comes...
Samsung had been around the world of tablets since the day iPad roams planet Earth. Then, Samsung recently announced eye-catching tablets to the market - the Galaxy Tab S series. In this review, I'll be taking a look at the Galaxy Tab S 8.4-inch with LTE - meaning that it does have a SIM card slot and I can even make calls on it. Without further ado, let's just into it.
Today, consumers are constantly facing a dilemma – do I need a tablet, or my smartphone is enough? I personally am facing this dilemma, where I think that something like a 7-inch tablet would be a nice complement to my Nexus 4. Asus however, took the merging step and made the PadFone. After few iterations, we get to take a look at how far Asus had come with their PadFone line of devices.