The Tablet PC

PC-Tablets

Tablet-PC

A tablet or a Tablet PC is a tablet-sized computer which was also the main features of a personal computer size. A Tablet PC is essentially a small portable computer that is equipped with a swivel touch screen as an additional input device, and manages a standard (or slightly adapted) operating system like Windows or Linux PC.

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SmartPhones

SmartPhones

The smartphone is a high-end mobile phone, which combines the functions of personal digital assistants (PDAs) and mobile phones. Current models usually also function as portable media players and camera phones, high-resolution touch screen, web browser, which are able to correctly use and display standard web pages .

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Android Mobiles

Android Mobiles

Android is an operating system for mobile devices like smart phones and tablet PCs. He developed the Open Handset Alliance led by Google.Google purchased the original software developer, Android Inc., in 2005. The opening of the distribution of Android the November 5, 2007, was announced with the founding of the Open Handset.

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Laptops

Laptop

A laptop, also called a notebook,is a personal computer for mobile use. A laptop integrates most of the typical components of a desktop computer, including a display, a keyboard, a pointing device (a touchpad, also known as a trackpad, and/or a pointing stick) and speakers into a single unit.

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Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II

Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II

Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II

Galaxy S II has convinced us that this is a very expensive when considering, but the screen huge and powerful CPU and GPU too taxing on the battery? Well it turns out they are not. Slightly larger battery (1650 mAh against 1500 mAh) and gingerbread new more aggressive attitude towards the battery draining apps obviously have some effect, and the Galaxy S II has a range a little better than its predecessor, the Galaxy S. Original So, no, we can not guarantee everyone will be happy with the life of the Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II battery, but those who agreed with his predecessor, still feel better with it. Crossover, the Galaxy S II survived 82 hours before its fully charged battery has gone flat.

 The phone was connected to a 3G network at all times and endured the following uses: • 90 minutes of video playback

•2 hours of music playback

• 40 minutes for voice calls

 • 30 minutes of navigation

 • 30 minutes for general use

 • 10 minutes by boat Photo session

 • 10 minutes video