Monitor2go Portable 15.6 Inch Display Designed For Tablets

Any tablet owners who would like the possibility of adding a larger 15.6 inch screen to their tablets, might be interested in this unique portable display solution called Monitor2Go, designed specially for tablets.

Monitor2Go allows you to attach your tablet to the underside of the display as in the picture after the break, and offers choice between either a 1366 x 768 or 1600 x 900 pixel screen.

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Dell Latitude 10 Windows 8 Tablet And Dock Announced

We previously saw some leaked specifications on Dell’s new Latitude 10 Windows 8 tablet, and now the device has been officially unveiled and it comes with a 10.1 inch IPS touchscreen display.

The 10.1 inch touchscreen display on the Dell Latitude 10 features a 1366 x 768 pixel resolution and the screen is covered in Gorilla Glass, it also comes with 128GB of built in storage plus 2G of RAM and an SD card slot.

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Acer’s Iconia Tab A110 Will Now Ship With Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Arriving Soon Says Acer

Acer first unveiled their new Iconia Tab A110 Android tablet  which was expected to ship running Google’s Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS) operating system, back at Computex during June.

However as thought last month Acer has now announced that their new Acer Iconia Tab A110 will soon be shipping, but with Google’s latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system installed.

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Intel, Samsung, HP And More Holding Windows 8 Tablet Event September 27th

Intel has announced that it will be hosting a Windows 8 tablet event on the 27th of September, and the event will highlight new products from a range of manufacturers who will be using Intel’s Clover Trail Z2760 power efficient SoC processor.

Intel will be joined by a number of manufacturers at the event,which will include Samsung, HP, Acer, Dell, Asus, and ZTE, and those companies willbe showing off new devices.

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Amazon Shows Off New Gaming Experience On Kindle Fire Tablets

Amazon has released some details on its new gaming experience which will be available in its new Kindle Fire tablets using Amazon’s GameCircle, and it comes with a range of new features.

Gaming on Amazon’s Kindle Fire tablets will feature a new games library which will give you access to your collection of games as well as new social gaming which will let you connect with your friends and you will also be able to import your Facebook friends into game circle.

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Kindle Fire HD Android Tablet Rooted

Yesterday we were explaining how the new Kindle Fire HD tablet would be supplied with a locked bootloader to restrict the installation of third party or home-brew applications on to the Amazon tablet.

Well it hasn’t taken long for hackers to find away around the locked bootloader of the Kindle Fire HD 7 inch tablet, with full instruction on how to do it published available for all.

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Amazon Launches New Maps API For Developers

Apple will be removing Google Maps from its tablets and smartphones when it releases iOS 6, and now it would appear that Amazon has similar ambitions for its Kindle Fire tablets.

Amazon has now released a new Maps API for Kindle Fire developers, which will allow third party developers to create applications using Amazon’s Maps API instead of Google Maps on its Kindle fie devices.

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Microsoft Surface Price To Be Similar To That Of Apple’s iPad

Microsoft recently announced their new Surface Tablet, and there had been rumors that Microsoft would offer a cheaper version of the device which was rumored to be in the $199 to $250 price range.

Microsoft’s CEO Steve Ballmer has said that the Surface Tablet will be priced more in line with that of Apple’s iPad, rather than cheap tablets like the Amazon Kindle Fire and Google’s Nexus 7.

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Kindle Fire HD Shipping With Locked Bootloader

If you are thinking of purchasing a new Kindle Fire HD tablet you might be interested to learn that unlike the original Kindle fire that shipped with an unlocked bootloader. The new Kindle Fire HD now ships with a locked bootloader.

The new will probably not affect a majority of the user and purchasers of the new Kindle Fire HD but if you thought you would be able to tinker with your new Amazon tablet and enjoy the ability to install home-brew applications and other third party software from the box Amazon has now restricted this feature.

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