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HP unveils first 13″ Chromebook powered by Intel

HP unveils first 13″ Chromebook powered by Intel

  HP Inc. unveiled its premium HP Chromebook 13, designed with Google, and powered by the 6th generation Intel® Core™ m processor. Measuring only 12.9 millimeters deep when closed and weighing 2.86 pounds, the Chromebook 13 offers simplicity and collaboration in a sleek package. By utilizing the 6th generation Intel® Core™ processor, users can work smarter, not harder, with twice the performance and battery life of leading premium tablets. The 6th generation Intel® Core™ m-series processors provide sophisticated support for multitasking and videoconferencing without lag, making it ideal for home or...

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Intel Powers New Samsung Devices starting with the GALAXY TAB PRO S

Intel Powers New Samsung Devices starting with the GALAXY TAB PRO S

Samsung announced the availability of the all new Galaxy TabPro S. Powered by a 6th Gen Intel® Core™ m processor, the 2 in 1 device was created specifically for people on the go and mobile professionals. Intel Core m is purpose built to deliver amazing performance for the most common PC tasks while enabling remarkably thin and fan less devices with mobility in mind like the Galaxy TabPro S. Also available today are Samsung’s new ultra-lightweight Notebook 9 laptops, which deliver the high performance people expect from the Intel® Core™ I processor family in sleek, durable designs with vibrant displays and powerful functionality for the most demanding...

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Google has a new tablet and its called the Pixel C

Google has a new tablet and its called the Pixel C

Google surprised us all when they showed off their new Android Tablet at the event last night. The device is not a Nexus tablet or runs Chrome OS, so it definitely not a Chromebook either.  What it is, is a mixture of both and is called the “Google Pixel C”. The Pixel C is a 10.2 inch Android tablet with an all aluminum body. The display has an impressive 2560×1800 resolution with 308 ppi which makes it a pretty darn good display for a tablet. Under the hood lies a NVIDIA Tegra X1 64-bit Octa core processor with a 256-core Maxwell GPU and 3GB of RAM. Do not under estimate the graphics power on this device, trust me on that! The tablet runs on the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow, making it the first android tablet to do so. The Google Pixel C comes in two storage options in 32GB and 64GBnd is available for $499 and $599 respectively. At the event it was also mentioned that the Pixel C comes with four microphones for enhanced and accurate voice commands and a USB – C Type connector port. The highlight of the device is the Bluetooth keyboard which gets attached to it magnetically. The keyboard itself will take you back $149, but those who are willing to get this device will opt for the keyboard as well. The tablet and keyboard are made from the same design architecture and the keyboard looks like a part of the tablet. When attached the tablet can be tilted between 100 and 135 degrees similar to a laptop. The magnets on the device seem to be pretty strong, whichever way you hold it. The keyboard also attaches to the back of the device so that it does not interfere when you want to use the device just as a tablet. The keyboard uses Bluetooth so obviously it has a battery, the cool part though is the way it charges. It uses an induction technique to charge itself from the tablet (the lid has to be closed).  According to Google the keyboard will last you up to 2 months without the need for charging, but if you close the lid a few times a day, then you will never have to worry about the keyboard running out of battery. Google were pretty proud of their keyboard, and I must say they have a reason to...

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Daraz.pk launches 6 new phones at Tech Mela

Daraz.pk launches 6 new phones at Tech Mela

The E-commerce industry in Pakistan is steadily becoming one of the leading fields in Pakistan. In an attempt to give it the final push for the break through it needs, Google collaborated with the leading E-commerce website, Daraz.pk, to meet the increasing demand for smartphones in Pakistan at unbelievable prices through Tech Mela. The biggest online shopping festival went live in Pakistan on Friday, 12am. Tech Mela brings with it the promised exclusive hot deals and exciting promotions that have had us all waiting impatiently for the past week. Daraz.pk has launched six new phones at the event in partnership with major phone brands- Innjoo, Infinix, XTouch, and Intex. Infinix Hot Note Pro – PKR 13,900 Specs: OS Android 4.4.2 KitKat Processors: 1.4GHz octa-core Dual SIM / One SIM on 3G Colors: Colors White, Black Display: Size 5.5 inches Memory Internal 16GB RAM: 2GB Card slot MicroSD, up to 32GB Camera: Primary: 8MP Secondary: 2MP Battery: 4000mAh Li-Ion battery   Innjoo Fire – PKR 10,300 Specs: OS Android 4.4.2 KitKat Processors: 1.3GHz quad-core Dual SIM / One SIM on 3G Colors: Colors White, Black Display: 5.0 inches Memory Internal 16GB RAM: 2GB Card slot MicroSD, up to 32GB Camera: Primary: 5MP, HDR, autofocus, Geo-tagging, panorama camera with LED flash. Secondary: 5MP Battery: 2,500mAh Li-Ion battery   Intex Aqua Dream II – PKR 11,600  Specs: OS Android 4.4.2 KitKat Processors: 1.2Ghz, Quad Core Dual SIM / One SIM on 3G Colors: Colors White, Black Display: 5.5 inches Memory Internal 8GB RAM: 1GB Card slot MicroSD, up to 32GB Camera: Primary: 8PM Secondary: 2MP Battery: 2,300mAh Li-Ion battery   XTouch X4 – PKR 10,700   Specs: OS Android 4.4 KitKat Processors: 1.3Ghz, Quad Core Dual SIM / One SIM on 3G Colors: Colors White, Black Display: 5 inches Memory Internal 16GB RAM: 1GB Card slot MicroSD, up to 32GB Camera: Primary: 13PM Secondary: 5MP Battery: 2,300mAh Polymer battery   Intex Aqua Sense – Rs. 7,600   Specs: OS Android 4.4.2 KitKat Processors: 1.2Ghz, Quad Core Dual SIM / One SIM on 3G Colors: Colors White, Black Display: 5.0 inches Memory Internal 8GB RAM: 512MB Card slot MicroSD, up to 32GB Camera: Primary: 5PM Secondary: 0.3MP Battery: 2,000mAh Li-Ion battery Innjoo F3 Tablet – Rs. 7,900   Specs: OS Android 4.4 Processors: Dual Core 1.3GHz, GPU: Mali – 400MP SIM Cards: Dual SIM Cards – one on 3G Colors: Colors White, Black, Gold Memory Internal 8GB RAM: 512MB Card slot MicroSD, up to 32G Camera: Primary: 2MP Front: 0.3MP Battery: 3,000mAh Polymer Battery So what are you waiting for? Go ahead and check out Tech Mela before time runs...

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PTCL launches Pakistan’s first ever 4G Tablet – CharJi EVO LTE TAB

PTCL launches Pakistan’s first ever 4G Tablet – CharJi EVO LTE TAB

Pakistan Telecommunication Company limited (PTCL), the largest Information Communications Technology service provider in the country, has once again taken the lead by introducing Pakistan’s first 4G LTE tablet ‘CharJi EVO Tab’. The sleek and powerful Dual-SIM CharJi EVO Tablet offers great value for money by providing fast LTE speed upto 36 Mbps and also enables customers to enjoy voice connectivity through any GSM SIM just like a mobile phone. Omar Khalid, Executive Vice President, Wireless Business, PTCL said, “PTCL has a legacy of pioneering cutting-edge products and services to meet the connectivity needs of the nation. Our CharJi and EVO product portfolio is opening up a new world of opportunities for customers through fast, affordable and reliable data connectivity.” He added further that, “PTCL CharJi EVO Tab is another step to create value and enrich our customers’ daily lives.” The new tab – available for Rs. 25,000 – empowers customers to get the most out of their multimedia experience through its 6.98 inch wide screen, 2 GB RAM and a snappy Quad Core processor. Armed with a Capacitive (Glass) 5-Point multi-touch screen, the tab comes with 16 GB in-built and   64 GB external memory support along with 8 Megapixel rear and 2 Megapixel front cameras. PTCL is also offering free 5 GB CharJi LTE data and 15,000 Ufone on-net minutes, valid for 3 months and a free 1 Year subscription of Smart TV application with the tab. Customers will also be getting a complimentary pre-installed Sygic application for turn-by-turn voice guided navigation all across Pakistan along with a free car mount and a charger. The Tab is available in two colors black and white. The super-fast CharJi LTE is Pakistan’s fastest wireless broadband network available in Karachi, Lahore, Faisalabad, Multan, Islamabad and Rawalpindi, while 3G EVO is available in more than 250 cities and towns nationwide. PTCL CharJi EVO Tab Specs: 7” (6.98” to be precise) 720p display 2 Ghz quad-core processor 2GB RAM 16GB internal storage microSD card slot up to 64GB 8-megapixel back with flash and 2-megapixel front cameras Dual SIM support (1 LTE and 1 GSM) 3300 mAh battery Android 4.4 KitKat Source:...

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Q-Mobile enters the tablet genre with affordable new devices

Q-Mobile enters the tablet genre with affordable new devices

When it comes to smartphones especially in Pakistan, one of the first names to pop up in most people’s mind would be Q-Mobile which has managed to overhaul the Pakistani cellular market with not only their vast range of Android based smartphones but also their new latest range of affordable Tablets. The company that was initially known mostly for its mid-range to budget friendly devices catering to almost every member of the society, is now most certainly one of the leading smartphone selling brands in the country. Following the success of their immense range of Android based smartphones, the company have now also decided to step into the tablet category and have already launched a series of elegant looking devices that are not only reasonably priced, they do manage to hit a punch as far as the hardware specs are concerned as well.   Currently there are four options for you to choose from the Q100, Q800 and the Q300 are the ones with a dual core processor while the company’s flagship tablet the X50 Q comes with a 1.2 Ghz Quad-Core processor, an 8″ XGA display, 16GB internal memory together with support for micro SD up to 32GB, 1GB RAM, a 5MP rear together with a 2MP front camera, 3G enabled and runs on Android 4.2 JellyBean. The X50 is available at all leading Q-Mobile outlets for PKR 19,500. Besides these aforementioned models, the company have also promised to unveil more exciting devices in the months to come. We are expecting to see a KitKat variant as well but no official word has been said by the company on this regard so far. We’ll keep you guys posted once we get a tinker so do stick...

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