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Published on May 13th, 2014 | by Guest

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Technology That May Change Your Tablet Experience

Tablets are so popular these days, to the point that Samsung has announced that they would halt the production of laptops, to focus on producing better tablets and ultra books. Tablets are the future of computers because of its increased portability and usability. With the latest technologies being applied to this handy gadget, its production and sale are sure to skyrocket in the coming years.

So what are these advanced technologies that are soon to be seen in tablets, and are sure to improve user experience? Here are some that will definitely excite you:

Waterproof Tablets

Waterproof tablets have been used in many gadgets, but every year, companies are producing reliable waterproof gadgets that does not compromise the quality of its firmware and hardware. Sony’s Xperia Z2 is one of the best waterproof tablets in the market. This lightweight, but ultra fast tablet runs on Android 4.4 KitKat, powered by 2.3GHz quad-core Snapdragon processor with 3GB RAM. Waterproof technology is sure to be applied in more tablets in the coming year, especially that tablets are getting expensive, and slight moisture can easily kill it. This is a great way to put your valuable gadgets to safety.

Sony Xperia Z2 tablet

Digital Paper

Tablets are soon to replace paper in the office. Sony just revealed Digital Paper. It is a lightweight, portable device that can be used as a durable, reliable, and cheap alternative to paper. With this device, companies can cut their paper waste and save resources. This 6.8 mm thin gadget has a highly responsive screen that mimics writing using pen and paper. It can store around 2,800 pdf files, which can also be shared, save and sync through cloud memory. Sony’s Digital Paper can soon be a hit, because more and more people are choosing portability when buying tablets.

Haptic Technology

Haptic technology is now possible thanks to Fujitsu’s haptic tablets. This tablet gives the feeling of smoothness and roughness through the emission of ultrasonic vibrations. Users can feel the grains of a sand, or the scales of a crocodile, by touching images in this tablet. Many companies have been developing technologies that can improve tablet usability, but this by far is the most innovative. By 2015, this tablet will be released in the market, and people will surely be impressed.

Foldable Tablet

Phones with flexible AMOLED display are already sold in the market, yet it is not highly appreciated by many. However in the coming months, Samsung is planning to release foldable tablets on the market. They just recently unveiled the product in the 2014 Mobile World Congress, and many experts think that it will be a big hit. The new technology allows tablets to be folded 90 degrees, which gives users liberty to choose from a tablet, or a laptop mode. This is an innovative technology that is sure to improve user experience.

3D Tablet Display

3D displays are not only for sci-fi films anymore. Now, HP Lab is at work in making tablets that can display 180 degree hologram-like images, produced from as many as 200 viewpoints. Unlike 3D capable phones and tablets that are already sold in the market, this new HP Lab is more interesting to try. However, it will take some time for this technology to grow because 3D technology although conceivable, is highly ambitious.

Tablet companies have really raised the bar when it comes to improving tablet functionality and usability, to create a positive user experience. With the speed of how fast technology is advancing, I am sure more and more people will appreciate these tablet developments.

 

Author’s Bio:

Maddy Bertelsen is a blogger, writer and regular newsletter contributor for various websites. She is currently studying in graduate school, while also working for bestessays.

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