Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Edigma Displax Pad All-in-One Multitouch Display

While tablet computer manufacturers continue to discover the true taste of consumers, Edigma is working for a different platform to fit on the other side. That is to enable user to project their slate to a much bigger and multi-touch screen. And they introduced Displax Pad, an all-in-one display with customization-support software as well with a flat and sleek appearance.

Displax Pad will work in either iPad, Android-powered tablets, and even in Windows convertible slate machines. It is a plug-and-play device were user can directly mount a tablet and let the entire thing works for its typical purpose. And of course, it is capable of displaying content in either landscape or portrait view. Aside from that, it has a full high-definition (HD) support with LED backlit technology.

Furthermore, Displax Pad is available in 40, 42, 47, 55, and 65-inch as noted by Slash Gear. A large format display that can be mounted to other plat surface like a typical flat-screen TV. Capable of projecting a much wider screen without changing the original resolution coming from tablet computer with the same touch screen technology running from the background.

Edigma Displax Pad All-in-One Multitouch Display

In terms of specs, Displax Pad is powered by 2.5GHz Intel Core i5 CPU, 4GB of RAM, and 500GB of HDD. It has a much bigger storage size compare to some notebook computers in the market and faster processor. It is also packed with Intel HD 4000 GPU and Microsoft's Windows 8 OS. Pricing details is not yet available but expect this all-in-one display before the third quarter of 2013.

And before we can forget, we also expect a stunning review that will introduce us to the main concept of Displax Pad in the near future. This could probably change our perception in using LCD projector in presentation soon, right?

Asus MeMO Pad ME172V Prices and Deals

Nowadays, if you are craving for quality tablet computer, why not to try Asus MeMO Pad ME172V? Another 7-inch Android-powered machine for only $149.00. Availability in United States started few days ago and according to Liliputing, it is one of the cheapest slate currently in the market. It has a reasonable price for people who would like to embrace the capability of Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system.

MeMO Pad is a low-end machine as noted by our source but according to reviews, it has a potential to compete with Apple's blockbuster iPad and Samsung machines. The processor is quite slower compared to Asus Nexus 7 which is also available for about $200.00. And it has a lower resolution support and not so good viewing angle.

Asus MeMO Pad ME172V

In terms of positive comments from reviews, MeMO Pad supports a 10-point multi-touch technology. A typical feature from other competing brands coming from Sony and Samsung. For more, see the following for other available specs:
  • CPU: 1GHz VIA WM8950 (single-core)
  • Graphics: Mali 400
  • RAM: 1GB
  • Storage: Available in 8GB and 16GB with MicroSD support
  • Connectivity: 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
  • Size: 7-inch
  • Weight: 13-ounce
  • Battery: 4270mAh 16Whr (could last for 7 hours in a single charge)
  • Others: Standard audio output, Micro USB port, also available in variety of colors (black, white, and pink)
And before we can forget, this cheap tablet from Asus is also designed to work with Google Play Store apps and video live streaming sources like Hulu Plus and HBO Go as well for Netflix. But for now, there is no words for pre-order details and online deals for MeMO Pad ME172V.

Monday, April 8, 2013

California Bans Hands-on GPS on the Road

For people to avoid unwanted road accidents, State of California is banning hands-on GPS just like of using mobile phones while driving. However, most of this applications are actually working in smartphones. It is like having a two different law implemented for the same purpose, the use of handset on the road. Google maps-alike software are popping out of Play Store, Android Market, as well in App Store plus from the fast growing Windows Store.

Downloadable GPS software can easily acquired by anyone who has a smartphone, tablet, or any smart devices. Offered with free services and online connectivity through satellite feeds and cellular network coverage. It is much easier have compare to a set of device with only one purpose (just like of a mountable typical GPS). And to make you safe from road tickets, much better to free your hands from any destructive gadgets while crossing the street of California.

Hands-on GPS

Other states will probably join in the near future in implementing the law of using hands-on GPS. A voice-controlled one for your car could probably help you to avoid obstructions in the future too.

Wednesday, April 3, 2013

First Website of Mark Zuckerberg Before Facebook

Way back in college, I've been with Angelfire making my own personal webpage. However, that time passes like I do not know the true potential of the web. But not for Mark Zuckerberg, a young billionaire, the man behind of the famous giant social networking site in the world, "Facebook." Despite of some shortcomings, that old platform is capable of running Java applets for some possible dynamic webpages.

According to a reliable source, at the young age of 15, Mark also owned an Angelfire account. A personal webpage with a yellow blinking eye on the middle and welcoming visitors with his infamous tagline. He started building that site from a very simple homepage with links to some dynamic webpages. And he is able to promote his Vader Fader tool for anyone who can reach him online.

First Website of Mark Zuckerberg

With a solid gray background, the personal webpage of Mark was filled with history. A path that gave him a great opportunity to be heard allowing the citizens of the world to get acquainted by his intellectual capability. Compared to his former Angelfire website, Facebook delimits Java applets to work. There might be a few lesson behind were his social networking site continue to promote a conservative way of life online.

And before we can forget, the above screen shot of Mark's Angelfire webpage was taken from its original web platform. Not a Content Management System or CMS but a Yahoo Geocities (official old service of Yahoo) like old platform way in early 2000.

$100 Purple Samsung Galaxy S III Coming to Sprint

This Friday, April 12, 2013, availability of Purple Samsung Galaxy S III will start at Sprint. A 16GB model (SKU: SPHL710PLK) with $50.00 mail-in rebate. The smartphone originally sell for only $599.99 with two-year binding contract and for that day, expect a teasing $99.99 price tag. Other variants are also available but with a much higher price compared to a purple-themed handset.

Furthermore, you can try to look around for Rebate Flyers and promo code to get a $50.00 slashed price. Consumers are still eligible for the said discount prior to the said date. And they are about to release a new wave of rebate flyers soon.

Purple Samsung Galaxy S III Rebate Flyer

For complete specs and additional info about Samsung Galaxy S III, visit Samsung's product page for more.