Even though there are many gadgets and technologies to choose from on modern market of portable electronics, finding a smartphone, tablet or a smartwatch is not always an easy task – we always get to compare the specs and see which features we need and without which we can easily do.
The modular approach helps us built a gadget to our liking and don’t worry about the newer models, as the upgrade may be accomplished easily – by changing the outdated or broken module.
MODULAR technology of 2015: upgradable PC, smart-watch and phone
Right now you can already buy an upgradable PC, a smartwatch or a modular smartphone:
- Acer Revo Build series upgradable PC;
- Blocks smartwatch with dozens of modules;
- Fairphone 2 smartphone, which may be fixed with the help of a screwdriver and a new module.
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Hey, so you have ordered or got the new Apple iPad tablet PC, the next wonder gadget in the world, I know your sentiments you are a geek and love the gadgets and future gadgets and tablets PCs,
About Latest Apple iPad 3 (Features)
You love to have speed in the life and also such on your iPad with fast broadband internet or 4G-LTE! I understand, but do the Apple Inc. guys understand this too? They have released the so called iPad third generation, which has lots and lots of newest features like:
-Best retina display in 9.7 inch space you can see cool HDTV quality things,
-A5X fast chip which is the lifeline for cool pictures and retina display too,
-iSight 5 MP camera for 1080 p HD video,
-iLife and iWork,
-WIFI-4G-LTE - they say this is the cutting edge wireless technology to give you full throttle speed on your new iPad 3, you can taste the thunder on high speed data networks and 4G-LTE!
-You can use your new iPad 3 as a personal hotspot,
-Airplay: Play it on your Apple tablet and watch it on your TVs large big screen, MIRRORING, and much more ... just explore, the whole, new digital world ...
Free video calling Facetime Does NOT works over 4G-LTE (it's only WIFI)?
Well done Apple, this is more than enough for this world, but do you free FACETIME video calling native app works over 4G-LTE? No it's not, it sucks, but you can use it over WIFI like ever!
So what a consumer got if he/she buy this tablet for the sake of making Facetime video calls over 4G-LTE? Nothing? Facetime, face-to-face free real time live video calling on iPad 3 is still in WIFI only mode ... where is the innovation and how the Facetime is different from its predecessor, the iPad 2?
Reports from trusted source-s are pouring-in now that Facetime really does NOT works on 4G-LTE, what to do now? Apple knows or may be the Gods too :( It is the call of Apple!
Would you REALLY buy or order or wait for nest, iPad HD - LTE-4G or even better, even if Facetime free video calling does not works on 4G-LTE networks? is the million dollar question?
... and please never brickbat me, I still do NOT owe the $100 billion+ worth Apple Inc. : (
HAVING spent three days in the company of an Apple iPad, I thought it might be helpful to give a more considered verdict on the gadget everyone is talking about.
The minimalist, industrial-sleek design makes iPad hugely desirable - guests at the Auchrannie Hotel on Arran, where I was staying at the weekend, were eyeing it covetously.
The screen display is beautiful: Fonts display better than on any other device; full-frame photographs look stunning; apps look superb; ebooks look far, far better than on a Kindle and have the added benefit of colour for illustrations.
Battery life is very good.
The on-screen virtual keyboard is surprisingly effective but you wouldn't want to type more than a short email on it, because the lack of tactile feedback makes typing a strangely hesitant affair, even for someone who spends his life at a keyboard.
Setting up the Wi-Fi is idiot-proof easy.
The operating system: Like the advert says, 'You already know how to use it'. It's intuitive and doesn't get in the way of letting you do things - plus, there's only one button!
The app store: It's by far the best of its kind, with a fabulous selection of free or paid-for apps. If you can imagine doing it, there's an app for it.
It's expensive. iPad's starting price is £429 and the 64GB model that I had costs a penny shy of £600 - and that's without 3G. Add a 3G SIM and it would be £699.
Remember that lovely display? Well, outside you can't see it on anything but the dullest of days.
Connectivity: I mentioned Wi-Fi and 3G, plus there's a charging/data cable for connecting to your PC. But there are no USB ports or memory card slots, so if you want to transfer content to your iPad you will need access to your Mac or PC running iTunes. Holiday snaps on your digital camera? Wait until you get home and pray you don't lose your camera. Which brings me to..
iPad is beautiful, brilliant and very seriously flawed. So seriously, I wouldn't buy or recommend buying one.