Consumer Reports has a pretty spotty history when it comes to backing Apple products (the iPhone 4 “death grip” issue should ring a bell here), but the long time consumer advocate publication isn’t reserved in the slightest when it comes to propping up Apple’s second generation iPad as the overall best tablet computer on the market today. Just recently, Consumer Reports wrote; “After almost a year in which the Apple iPad has been virtually the only game in town in tablet computers some serious competitors are finally hitting the market. Yet in Consumer Reports latest test results of the 10 More >
Apples iPad seems to be the talk of the townÃ‚Â and the airwaves withÃ‚Â pre-orders of the iPad,Ã‚Â going on right now,Ã‚Â and all the hype and excitementÃ‚Â we were starting to think that this was the only touchscreen around. This is not the case there are a few touchscreens on the market right now and more to be released in the near future. There are options to the iPadÃ‚Â you may want to check out the other touchscreenÃ‚Â available before opening your wallet to Apple. The iPad isnÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t the only bad boy in town. Sure, it might have a fancy interface, but each of the following More >
Speculations are roaming the airwaves that Archos’ Android-based phone tablet is having some difficulties. It seems that the company canÃ¢â‚¬â„¢t get enough carriers to support its products.
Unfortunately the rumor has come to fruition, French daily Les Echos has reported that ArchosÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ has shelved the phone. ArchosÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ is hushed and is not divulging any information at the moment.
With this set back, ArchosÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ has decided to return its focus on a line of non-phone internet tablets, they have not completely given up on the Android-based phone tablet it could make a come back More >
Archos announced it’s new lineup at the CeBIT 2010, the European Electronic Show.The new lineup showcases new audio players designed for the lower end of the price range.
First is the A14VG Vision, a simple player with a 1.4Ã¢â‚¬Â³ display, 4GB of internal memory and an FM tuner. Retails for about 35Ã¢â€šÂ¬
Next is the A15VS Vision, a slimline player that supports FLAC, with the same 4GB of internal memory. Retails for about 40Ã¢â€šÂ¬.
The A30VC is pretty much the same as last years model, except with the addition of a camera on the back. The screen on this until measures 3.0Ã¢â‚¬Â³ and More >