Ainol releasing dual-core Novo 7 Crystal tablet with Jelly Bean for $139

Ainol Novo Crystal Tablet 7inch

Ainol has decided to upgrade its Novo 7 series with a new Novo 7 Crystal tablet. This tablet has a 7inch screen with a 1,024 x 600 resolution. It also comes with a IPS panel for wide viewing angles, this is uncommon for a budget-friendly device, which is priced at $130. Other specs include: Amlogic 8726-M6 Cortex A9 processor, a Mali 400 GPU, 1GB of RAM, and 8GB of internal storage.  If your looking to buy one this tablet should be hitting stores in early October.

Source: Ainol


Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 launches August 16th, starting at $499

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 has had numerous teasers released around the internet, therefore anyone could have seen this release a mile out. The tablet with its release, has come forward a respectable list of specs. We’ll start off that  it’s a WiFi version only, and currently no 3G/4G connection is available. However, there are some other specs to make up for it, for instance a 1.9 MP (front) and 5.0 MP (back) cameras, 16GB flash storage (upgradable to 32GB for $50),  1,280 x 800 TFT LCD display, quad-core Exynos 4 CPU clocked at 1.4GHz, 2GB RAM, and of course it will be running Android (4.0, unfortunately not Jelly Bean). And if that doesn’t call out to you then maybe an S Pen that comes with the tablet. So get ready to empty your wallet August 16th for its release date.

Source: TechCrunch

Parrot AR Quadricopter Drone 2.0 lets you take amazing videos

As a kid I’ve always thought it would be cool to have my own drone, and now it’s here. With an HD camera strapped up front you can fly this drone from the comfort of your phone or tablet (currently only with IOS gadgets only). Furthermore,  have you ever been in a crowd an couldn’t see anything or was wondering what your neighbor was doing? Well this is a great solution. You can also take it out while traveling and get amazing glimpse of the landscape all via your smartphone. However, I would like to note that a WiFi connection is required and you’ll need to slash $300 bucks off your wallet for the fun.

Source: Parrot AR Drone 

Seeing through walls, not a problem if you have WIFI

Throughout time, the thought (still today) sounds pretty Sci-Fi. As a person living in the 21st century you should get used to it because researchers at University College London have found a way to see through walls.  A device which contains 2 antennas is capable of seeing through walls by using a WIFI frequency. This is ground breaking work as the signal is undetectable because it  does not use radio signals. Want to buy one? Well you have to wait a few years as the UK Ministry of Defense has still to determine if its usable for combat use.

Source: PopSci