The Tech.Sc website has come up with a bunch of screenshots of a Samsung Galaxy One Concept. Their description: First of all, Samsung Galaxy One Tablet Projector Concept is the first tablet in the world that has an incorporated projector. With the help of this gadget the South Koreans are hoping to attract the...

One of the biggest problems that Windows Vista faced wasn’t horrible design or even optimization, okay, at least these were not the ‘core’ issue at blame. What was it? Marketing and quality control- Microsoft allowed computers that had NO BUSINESS running Windows Vista put it on their hardware. Pushing Windows Vista onto...

*Sigh* So well, let’s see. Apparently Steve Ballmer has an 80 inch Windows 8 Tablet hanging on his wall. Microsoft Vice President Frank Shaw gave a few more choice details about the device. “Steve Ballmer has an 80-inch Windows 8 tablet in his office. He’s got rid of his phone, he’s got rid of his note paper. It’s...

Neowin have received news from Dell that they will be launching a new Windows 8 Tablet. Quote: As you can see from the slide above, we are looking at a 10.8 inch tablet, 1366×768 resolution, dual core Atom processor, fingerprint reader, Intel graphics (x86 tablet folks), 2 GB of ram, 128 GB SSD and of course it will be...

When I’ve talked about Windows 8 on the tablet, I’ve had mostly positive things to say, that being said I’ve also focused a great deal of my points on how Windows 8 x86 tablets have a lot to offer compared to options like iPad and the Android tablet market. What about Windows RT and ARM though? Where do they stand? I...

When it comes to tablets, Windows is likely the last option you’d ever choose. Windows tablets started as slates and convertibles around the beginning of the millennium, but due to the bulky nature of the hardware and Windows’ awful performance with touch technology they’ve never really taken off. Recently though...

There is no denying that the “Metro” interface is very different from other mobile/touch-centric UI choices such as Android and iOS. Metro uses live tiles to give us a peak into information early, and seems to have a simple style to it. Still, does the interface appeal to everyone? I firmly believe that each of the...

As we race right into 2012, I’m starting to get excited about the prospect of testing the Windows 8 Beta. I’m looking for very specific things in this latest release of Microsoft’s new Operating system. First, I got myself an ExoPC tablet from the Microsoft store which arrived and looks pretty sweet. I’m not even...

I recently found myself struggling between getting a tablet or netbook for those moments when I want something more mobile than my 15″ laptop. As a writer, the netbook makes a lot of sense (although the keyboard can be a little cramped), but I’ve also seen how happy my wife is with her Acer Iconia Tab. The idea of...

Numerous different sources across the net have said on more than one occasion that Microsoft is waiting too long to seriously get involved in the tablet market. While I’ve argued in the past that the market is going to expand in a big way over the course of the next few years, I will also admit that getting aboard...