A growing family of ultrabook and ultraportable ASUS thanks to the arrival of the new model VivoBook S301 , already tested by colleague laptops-tech, a notebook 13.3-inch which will replace the previous S300 and join the various models VivoBook S550 , S551 , S451 and X102 . Outwardly the appearance will not change compared to previous models. Find once more, as always, clean lines and wedge-shaped profile inherited from the top range Zenbook and the body made almost entirely of aluminum alloy, with the exception of the bottom, simple polycarbonate. The VivoBook S301 will measure 330 x 233 x 21 mm with a weight of 1.75 kg.
iPad has so many amazing functions on it. It can double as calculator, organizer, alarm clock and note taker. Right now, market is full of games and software that allow you to play non stop. The Apple tablet allows you to surf the Internet and more. However, my favorite use of the iPad is its ability to turn into a portable gaming client. So, here are the three amazing games for it:
People all over the world from Australia to the UK have been playing at online casinos on their PCs for years now, but the popularity of this kind of internet gambling shows no signs of diminishing, even in the midst of a recession as bad as the current one. Therefore it is no surprise, given that mobile devices like Tablets and iPads are increasingly supplanting home computers in so many areas of life, that companies are marketing online casino games at users of these devices to a greater degree than ever. In the past, mobile technology was not powerful enough to be able to compete with the PC when it came to delivering a quality online casino gaming experience, but this is now changing.
Nowadays the number of people who use mobile devices is constantly rising. People tend to use their smartphones, iPad and tablets for everything: Internet surfing, gaming, shooting pics, etc. Thus it’s natural that creating applications for mobile devices I extremely popular at the moment. The competition at the market is really tough.
TV broadcasting in the UK and Ireland is changing. By the end of 2012, all TV broadcasts in the UK and Ireland will be completely digital. This means that TV sets will no longer receive any kind of analogue signal, and everyone must upgrade their TV equipment to receive digital broadcasts.