Category Archive: Tablets

This section focuses on the hardware of portable tablet devices; Android/iPad/Microsoft Surface.

Feb 04 2016

Review: iRulu 10.1 inch WalknBook PC tablet [w1007]


PC tablets that are able to run Windows 10 are starting to become more popular. Recently, I got the opportunity to take a closer look at iRulu’s new WalknBook. It has a 10.1 inch screen [IPS], runs Windows 10 home edition and it comes with a detachable keyboard. The specifications for the tablet are not …

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Jan 09 2015

Review: IRulu 7″ Quad Core Tablet [X1s 1749]


From time to time, I get the opportunity to review tablets from iRulu. I purchased my first iRulu tablet off of eBay and I have to admit, in almost the past two years, iRulu has made a lot of improvements to their android tablets. IRulu has started focusing on not just android tablets but now …

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Dec 01 2014

Mirror Casting Pictures and Videos for the Holidays


  This year [2014] should be the year for sit downs with family and friends where you can share the pictures and videos from your Smartphone. This year has seen a strong uptake in ‘casting’, screen casting, or mirror casting; all predicated on Miracast. In years past, it was more common for android devices to have …

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Oct 24 2014

Review: iRulu 7″ Quad Core Android Tablet [R1710]


A couple weeks ago, I was given the opportunity to review another iRulu 7 inch android tablet; it’s the R1710 with quad core processing, running the latest operating system android. I’ve done other reviews for iRulu before, but this tablet in particular has become my favorite because of its lightweight, portability and performance. In this …

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Oct 20 2014

Peyton Manning chose printouts over Microsoft Surface


I think Peyton Manning doesn’t like Microsoft Surface. Last night, I was watching Sunday Night Football [Broncos versus 49ers] and while Peyton Manning was on his way to breaking the all-time record for quarterback touchdowns [509], I just happened to notice that Peyton was not using Microsoft Surface on the sidelines to examine the other teams …

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