A Co worker recently asked me what was a Good tablet for Teeneger,initially i answered the galaxy Tab 10.1 to be exact.It is a beauty .It got be thinking why not do a Segment on Tablets.



Memory comes in at 16GB and at a speedy

The Cheapest  Pricing i found  Comes in at  USD 299.00  online  for the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) WiFi 16 GB – Titanium silver at the costCaptain online store

That to me is still a little Pricey,i am Frugal Person by nature much to the chagrain of Friends,but hey to each his own!!!

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The nexus 7 is my other choice Moderately price at 199.00 USD for the basic model WIFI only good for teenegers ,before they run upp huge cellphone Bills.


  • 1280×800 (216ppi)
  • 7″ display
  • HD IPS

Memory Comes in at 16GB of internal memory and 1GB of RAM amd powered by

  • NVIDIA® Tegra® 3 quad-core processor

Out of the box it comes with 4.2 Android OS so that a Pretty Good Deal if you ask me.

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Another Entry level here is the ASUS memo pad ME301T, that Moderately Price at just 149.00.


  • 7″
  • 1024 x 600

Memory comes in at 16GB internal and 1GB RAM

  • NVIDIA Tegra 3.0 1.2 GHz

Asus 15.6″ Laptop with Windows 8 OS, 500GB HD, 4GB Memory, Webcam, Wi-Fi, and Intel Dual-Core Processor

Asus 15.6″ Laptop with Windows 8 OS, 500GB HD, 4GB Memory, Webcam, Wi-Fi, and Intel Dual-Core Processor


Facebook tests Wi-Fi calling, and voice app in Canada

Wow how interesting,now that’s forward thinking facebook ,with their current Business Model they are Headed for Doom,they have no new Products to Offer!!


Facebook (s fb) is testing a new calling feature on its Messenger iOS (s aapl) app in Canada that could push more voice communications away from the carriers and help drive adoption of over-the-top VoIP calling apps. The social networking giant will let Canadian users call their friends over a Wi-Fi connection, mimicking similar functionality from VoIP calling apps like GTalk (s goog)or Skype(s msft). It’s part of an update to Messenger that also allows users to record a voice message and send it over — something those of us with fat fingers and complex texts will appreciate.

Users outside of Canada (and those using Android) can receive the Wi-Fi call attempts calls as a push-to-talk messages, and it’s unclear if or when Facebook plans to offer Android users similar Wi-Fi calling functionality. I am not a big Facebook user, but I love VoIP on my handset, and use…

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