Or rather, it will come with double the field of view of the premiere model. In other words, the FOV will go from 35° in this generation models to 70° in the second generation. Still a far cry from the 110° minimum most people believe consumer headsets should have. But a notable improvement nevertheless. This has been...

The trend of price cuts on Windows RT tablets continues. It was just a month or so ago that a number of tablets running Microsoft’s version of Windows for ARM received price drops. And now Dell has followed it up with another one — the hardware maker has announced that it will be cutting the price of its Windows RT...

If there is one thing that is certain in the cloud zone, it is ever changing prices. In fact, with price reduction being so frequent you need a Brainiac (a Superman villain) by your side to keep tabs on things. For those of you who don’t have that ultra intelligent android at hand you can try out PlanForCloud — a...

OK, here’s a question for you. What is the existential threat facing Microsoft today? Did you say in operating systems? iOS? Android? Unfortunately, the number crunchers would say: wrong on both counts. Just in terms of raw numbers, Windows is not, repeat, not Microsoft’s biggest revenue driver. That honor falls to...

Some rumors are too good to believe, while others are too good not to. File this one under the latter category. As the world eagerly awaits the Surface Pro line of tablets, most signs are pointing to an early 2013 release. Microsoft, however is reportedly trying to get the devices in our hands a fair bit...

Acer have announced a starting price of US$499 for their new Iconia W510 tablets. These devices will have Windows 8 and Intel’s Atom chip code-named Clover Trail. In addition, they will have 10.1-inch Gorilla Glass screen, weigh 598 grams and offer up to nine hours of battery life. The base $499 model will come with...

Recently Zdnet conducted a poll trying to determine what most of its readers would be willing to pay for a Windows 8 tablet. Keep in mind that this is just a sampling of people, and likely more tech-minded individuals at that, but nonetheless interesting. The poll determined that 38% would pay between $200-$399, 27%...

So, the market leader of tablets right now is the iPad and they start at $499 for their cheapest model which has 16 gigabytes (GB) of flash storage and just WiFi as the wireless communications radio. But you can get one at as much as $829 that has 3G (from either Verizon or AT&T) and 64 GB of storage. In my opinion,...

Jeff Bezos is a genius! I had heard that Amazon was losing money on each unit of the Kindle Fire that it sold. I erroneously thought that the amount would be 10,20, 30 or 40 dollars a unit. From the Huffington Post: Amazon.com Inc.’s Kindle Fire tablet, which started shipping this week, costs $201.70 to make, a...