Checking out the latest Samsung Galaxy mega phablet, and seeing how it stacks up against its smaller brother, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Since I’ve got a taste of the larger Android phones, it’s hard to go back to the smaller iPhone 5. I got the opportunity to review the new Samsung Galaxy Mega, a 6.3 Inch phablet from, and I must say, this joint is massive, even when sitting next to the already huge Galaxy Note 2.
I decided to do a quick Un-boxing video that quickly turned into a side by side with the Samsung Galaxy Mega and the Galaxy Note 2.
What do you think – who did Samsung have in mind when it created the Galaxy Mega phablet?
To bring your laptop or not to bring your laptop? That is the question.
I’ve been hearing that many people are have a difficult time justifying the purchase of a tablet. They want one, but can’t find it in them to fork over the dough to buy one.
If they already have a tablet, they can’t productive uses for it outside of watching movies…and letting the kids run around with it. Which is fine, but again, but most people envision doing everything with their tablet.
A colleague of mine calls the iPad “The most gloriously unnecessary device you must have”
I love my iPad and manage to get a lot done with it. So I’ve decided to “walk the walk” and keep my laptop at home this year for the Blogging While Brown Conference. Check out my tablet productivity and see if some of these tips can help you justify a tablet.
It’s amazing what our mobile devices can do. They do so much that I can’t live without my smartphone our society has started to grow somewhat dependent on them. As a side effect, we have grown accustomed to knowing exactly where all the power outlets are located during our daily routine in the excellent chance that the battery is going to die…cause it’s gonna die.
To combat “mobile battery fatigue” you can make sure you have an extended battery charged up on your person at all times. Or you can invest in one of those clunky smartphone battery cases that takes away all the secksyness of your device. You can even do what I did one day (just one day) and let the battery die.
It’s just strange that with all the technological advancements in mobile displays, connectivity & speed, cameras, apps, etc. why has mobile battery innovation lagged behind? Is it because getting into the battery game isn’t as glamorus as developing an app that lets me share stuff with people the majority of whom I really don’t care about #JustSayin