So, here we are in part 3 of our Tablet Computer / eReader Comparison series. So far, we’ve compared and contrasted numerous features available for both eReaders and tablet computers. These have included the following:
In Part One of “Tablet Computers: Your Lifeline in Emergency Situations”, we learned some of the basics for disaster preparation and survival. We provided resources, links, and apps for developing contingency plans as well as making your own emergency disaster kit. As an added bonus, we suggested a few non-tablet goodies for beefing up your emergency kit. Today we’ll be focused on tablet computers and related accessories. These items may prove to be lifesavers in the event of a disaster.
It’s like 4G tablet overload the past few days, which of course is not a bad thing! A few days ago we brought you details about the upcoming 4G Galaxy Tab 8.9, now brace yourself for AT&T’s first ever 4G tablet the HTC Jetstream which will be available beginning September 4th. You can snatch one of these bad boys up for $699.99 provided you sign a 2-year contract with AT&T. The plan costs $35 per month and includes 3GB of monthly data. Other options for postpaid and prepaid data plans are available as well.
Back in January Sprint announced it had plans to launch a 4G BlackBerry PlayBook at some point during the summer, but according to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report today it appears those plans have come to a halt. Apparently the reason Sprint has chosen to cancel plans for a PlayBook model that comes embedded with 4G WiMAX radio is due to lack of demand for the tablet.
3G, TFT-LCD, 32GB, 1GB DDR2 memory, Built-in 2.4GHz and 5.0GHz Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) wireless LAN, USB 2.0, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR with ASDP stereo support, NVIDIA Tegra dual-core processor T20…