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One of the most frustrating things about using tablets today is the speed with which the battery can deplete. When in the middle of surfing or writing an email, no one likes to see that the battery is almost gone. While the batteries are getting better with these devices, it’s still possible that you could be running through your battery quite quickly. Fortunately, you can do a few things that will help to make your battery last longer.
What Does the Task Manager Say?
How many applications are you running at the same time? The ability to multitask on the Android tablets is nice, but you have to realize that when you multitask it does drain more power. Check and see which apps you have open and then shut off the ones that you are not using. It’s a simple thing to do, but it is something that many people forget. They have a couple of apps open and running in the background and then wonder why their batter is draining quickly.
Power Control Helps Keep Track
You will find there are some nice ways to gain even more control over the power that your tablet is using. With the Power Control widget that you will find on many tablets, you can get a better handle on your tablet. You will also find some apps that you can download that can help you manage your power. You will be able to use this to turn off the things that you aren’t using – the GPS or Wi-Fi – that could be draining power.
Turn Down the Brightness Setting
In many situations, you might not need to have your screen at the brightest possible setting. When you have a bright screen setting, it is going to drain your battery faster. Check to see where your brightness setting is and turn it down until you need it brighter with certain apps, games, or surfing the web. Brightness is one of the things that cause the power to drop very quickly, so make sure that you check your settings even if your tablet seems to be holding a charge well. It could be even better.
The above are some of the simplest and easiest tips and tricks that you will be able to use when you are looking for ways to extend the battery life on your Android tablet. Take care of your tablet and if you notice any rapid power drops, keep these things in mind.
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This week Microsoft unveiled Surface it’s own version of the Tablet. Microsoft moving into the hardware market should make it interesting, especially as they may be competing against other hardware manufacturers using the Windows OS!
Hardware and Software by the same company that sounds familiar!
There will be a choice of either Intel or ARM-Based processors.The Intel devices will be powered by Surface for Windows 8 Pro Operating System. The ARM-Based device will be powered by Windows RT (the Run-Time Metro only version of Windows 8). I assume Microsoft will hope to break the hold that Apple has on this market, albeit a bit late. But as the Tablet Market increases there is hopefully enough room for new and exciting Tablets. The following statistic is no doubt of interest to Microsoft!
Is his the desk of the future? if so I’d like one. With Windows 8 Metro style arriving soon this could be the natural evolution of Tablet computing. At least you won’t get such tired arms whilst using this touch interface, a problem I mentioned in my post on Windows 8.
Picture Source: “Tableg” concept by Wunderman Design
I have been using Windows 8 for a month or so and can’t decide if I like it or not.
I ran a clean install initially of Windows 8 but I could not find some of the drivers required for the integrated devices, so I installed a vanilla version of Windows 7 and then upgraded to Windows 8 Consumer version and all devices are now successfully installed.
Following on from the post on the Apple iPAD 3, reports are surfacing from some of the early buyers of problems with heat. On the Apple discussion boards, people commented on how hot the device got in the lower left hand corner. One user described it as “scorching hot” after playing Real Racing 2.
I’ve always liked Bluetooth headphones just for the convenience of having no wires! This new set due out in 2012 caught my eye. They are by Parrot a company well known for wireless connectivity. They are called ZIK and designed by Phillipe Starck
Resolutionary is the new Apple buzzword.
After all the usual hype, rumours and predictions the Apple IPAD 3 has finally been shown of by the new Apple Head Tim Cook at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. The new iPAD will be shipping on the 16th March and comes in black or white the usual 16GB,32GB or 64GB format with WiFi or WiFi+4G.
A new controller for IOS devices, iPad, iPhone etc has appeared and looks promising. If you like console gaming on your iPad then this is probably a welcome sight.
Update to a previous article Sony Tablet S Review
Sony have now reduced the price of the Tablet S by $100!!
Will this decrease in price make the Tablet more successful? With the new iPad expected soon Sony may have left it too late to attract uncertain buyers.