Today Verbatim announced their new mobile keyboard for tablets or mobile phone running iOS or Android. The keyboards connect to the tablet or phone via a Bluetooth connection.
They feature a soft-touch keys for silent typing and hot keys for iPad/iPhone users, so that they can easily copy & paste, easy access to menu screens and applications. For a full list of compatible devices and hot key functions click here.
For more information on the keyboards click over to their product page at Verbatim.com.
Today Toshiba announced an Android powered tablet with a 7” screen available in December. The Thrive 7 will have a similar look and feel as the 10” Thrive, although it will not have a full size USB, HDMI or SD port, only mini for HDMI and USB and micro SD.
We had a chance to play with one earlier today and I must admit, I think it would make a great eBook reader for those of us who are on the NY City subway system often. The NVIDIA Tegra chip makes it great for gaming as well.
Pricing not available yet but it will be sub $400. There will also be an optional dock available. Continue Reading…
Today Michael Reyes and I from HardwareGeeks.com were able to check out the brand new Galaxy Tab 8.9 from Samsung. The device which features a dual core processor, gorilla glass, and 16 or 32 GB of storage is the thinnest tablet on the market.
Check out my unboxing video and check back soon for my full review!
There are times when I receive invites and I’m not sure if I should feel super cool, or if I’m just Mike’s +1. Yesterday, despite being Mike’s +1, I felt super duper cool because we had an evening of 3 tech events – back to back to back. Needless to say, we only made it to two – but probably the best two I’ve been to this year.
Lenovo – our first stop had a beautiful set up at the W in Union Square NYC. I love Lenovo – and for more reasons than just being ex-IBMers, like myself. I have been a ThinkPad fan since my college days – Carnegie Mellon encouraged its students to get IBM laptops, and in the graduate business school, it was mandated (if I remember correctly). The computers are great – they’re durable, last a long time, don’t crash, feel nice and they have the lovely reminder to ‘think’…it’s wonderful.
Today Radiris Diaz and Michael from HardwareGeeks.com were at a Sprint event in New York city, and they were able to see and play with what I think is the coolest phones I have ever seen. Or is it a tablet? You be the judge.
The video below is of Michael demoing the phone, he doesn’t say much as there was a lot of background noise, but I think what he shows us is super cool!!!
In Episode 7 of the Girls out Loud Show, Maya and Cristina go from old technology to new, from late use of the Polaroid camera, to the greatest books of all time, to the mass consumption of email via Blackberry and to the new age of shopping with Shopkick. Come ride the tech heavy journey from the past to the future!
I’m a Texan; born in San Antonio (Go Spurs) and moved to Austin when I was a teenager in the 90’s when SXSW was not this huge. Now SXSW is a massive explosion of amazing tech innovations, new music and film in my own backyard. This was my first year to have a free interactive […]