future of tablets

The Future Of Tablet Computers

Tablet computers are mini mobile devices that have the same capabilities as personal computers. Many tablet devices have operating systems that allow users to utilize the same type of features which are found on many desktop PC’s. Tablet computers have become the latest tech trend which started in 2010. Since that time they have become a tech standard and many people find them almost as important as their smart phones.

Tablets employ touch technology where a person can enter commands in to the device with their finger or a stylus. People can also speak commands in their mobile tablet units as well. Many tablets are compact but powerful enough to perform functions such as surfing the web, taking pictures, locating directions, sending and receiving emails, recording video, playing songs and downloading applications or apps. These many software programs can allow a tablet device to be used for just about any type of task imaginable.

Many of the newer tablets have 4G LTE capabilities and this means that they can take advantage of the fastest connection services available on the market. Facial recognition technology is also another big change and tablets are programmed to stay on as long as a user looks directly into the screen. Once a user removes their face the tablet will automatically shut off. Manufactures added more processing power to tablets and many of them are able to reach speeds up to 1.3 MHz or higher.

The screens for the newer tablets are larger and more defined. Users will enjoy a larger viewing area to monitor their favourite downloaded videos or homemade recordings. The larger screens aren’t necessarily making the phones heavier because manufacturers have designed them to be bigger and lighter. This means that users won’t grow tired from holding a two pound device while gaming or viewing videos. Tablets released in 2012 will for the most part be thinner in appearance and less bulky. Some tablets will continue to hold onto their thick size but other models will have slimmed down a great deal. Once again, users won’t tire out their hands and arms as much when using the device.

Graphics on many of the newer tablets have also been improved and users can expect eye popping 3-D images as well as high quality pictures and videos. Tablets are often time used for gaming purposes and this is becoming more apparent as the newer models are being geared more toward gaming fans. Many of the game developers are able to expand on and improve the games that they create in the form of apps because the technology that is now being used to power them on tablets has significantly been made better. Gaming is definitely a big plus for new tablet technology.

Newer tablets have increased volume functions and improved sound quality. They can store, sort and play a variety of musical files with high quality. The newer tablets will help users to conduct a variety of business functions and standards such as Bluetooth, email and Office apps will be available. Users will also have an improved virtual keyboard that will include an updated version of SWYPE technology.

Each company that releases a tablet will emphasize various features and functions on their devices. Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy tablets and iPad’s are the major tablet competitors within the market and many other companies model their devices off these three versions. Each brand offers functions and features that best suites a particular user and their needs.

 

Author Bio: Mark is a blogger who loves to talk about technology and gadgets, he also talks a lot about alternate energy and safe ways to get the power supply we need for these devices.  If You Wish To Write Articles For Whitec0de Magazine, then Click Here.

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