Top six tablet PCs / iPad alternatives –
While the temptation to splurge out on an iPad is probably hitting fever pitch right now, it's worth remembering that it isn't without its own problems. There's no multi-tasking, no camera and no flash support. Plus, the extra £130 it's…
CES 2010: Final Thoughts
The Consumer Electronics show, the behemoth of tech, the Valhalla of gadgetry, has come and gone for yet another year. But this time, rather than arriving with a bang, it slinked into sight with something more like a whimper. CES…
CES 2010: Day 3 Round-Up
Another day, another Tech Digest CES 2010 round-up. Fancy Tweeting hands-free in your car or controlling your PC by breathing? Check today's top stories below and find out how. Twitter coming to Ford cars The digital equivalent of drink-driving? Motorola…
CES 2010: Is the Viliv P3 the underdog tablet to look out for?
With all the buzz sorrounding the HP Slate and the Dell Streak, this one almost fell under the radar. But the Viliv P3 tablet is shaping up to be a very impressive underdog. First up, it's got a pretty impressive…
iPod touch vs Sony Walkman X Series vs Samsung P3
Apple’s iPod touch has some serious rivals in the form of the Sony Walkman X Series and Samsung P3 PMPs.
Which one stacks up as the best for music, video, and all round appeal? Read on as the Tech Digest guide pits these mighty touchscreen handsets against one another.
Battle of the Specs: Feature Comparison
Let’s leave aside fanboy love for Apple and Sony (does Samsung have fanboys too? I’m not sure) and take a look at how the main features stack up.
This is top-of-the-line stuff. If you want detailed specifications you’d better skip to the end of the page.
For pure real estate, the iPod touch trumps both the Walkman X Series and the P3, with a 3.5-inch display compared to just 3-inch for the others.
However, when it comes to aspect ratio, the Samsung’s screen is 16:9 — perfectly suited for widescreen video — whereas the Sony has a rather bizarre 9:5 aspect ratio and the touch 3:2.
That means, in raw resolution terms, the touch (480 x 320) trumps the P3 (480 x 272) which trumps the X Series (432 x 240).
Having said all that, Sony’s screen is based on OLED technology for a much brighter, crisper display than the other two handsets…
CES 2009: Samsung P3 media player
Dan got hands on with the latest media player from Samsung, which boasts a full touchscreen. You can read all about it here, but watch the vid for real life moving pictures.