LG G Pad 8.3 Review

Android tablets usually come with either 7 inch or 10 inch display. There are exceptions out there that features 8 inch display – one is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and another is LG G Pad 8.3 which features 8.3 inch screen. Compared to the former, it packs higher resolution (1920×1200) and a faster processor too (Qualcomm Snapdragon 600). Here is a review of it.

LG G Pad 8.3 Review

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Fushilai Fsl F979 Review

Fushilai is now offering a slate tablet called Fsl F979 that looks very similar to the Apple iPad 2. Like the iPad it has a home button, but its sides have vents and ports for expandability. On the bottom, you will find micro SD card slot and headphone jack. Outfitted with a 9.7 inch IPS display, it packs 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, again just like an iPad.


Call it fortunate or unfortunate, that is where its similarity ends. This is because it has an x86 infrastructure that allows its company to make it run Windows 7 operating system. Inside, you will find an Atom Z550 processor that has two cores and does not generates a lot of heat – something that is very important for a tablet.

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Cube is now offering a 7 inch slate tablet with resistive screen. The slate is called K8M and is made of white plastic material. While the screen is said to be just fine, it is being criticized for the material quality.


Like Apple iPad and Haipad M7s slate, it has a single button below the screen that brings you back to the home screen. You will find several other buttons too on its side that includes power, eject and menu button.

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Lenovo U300s Review

Lenovo U300S is mere 14.9 mm thick and weighs just 1.3 kilo grams which has been made possible by its full aluminum chassis. So, we now have a notebook that is just 0.6 inches thick. Lenovo has given U300s scratch resistant coating which has been applied via electrolytic process. The notebook comes with RapidCharge technology which allows you to charge it to 50 percent in less than thirty minutes.


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