By default, Android’s Do Not Disturb (DND) does exactly what you’d expect the so-named feature to do—no matter what app, call, email, or text message tries to find you, the operating system (OS) waits until … Read More
While Android operating system (OS) advocates have, for the past couple years now, been touting picture-in-picture (PiP) as a new and … Read More
Prints cool “hyperphotos” that animate when viewed through the Lifeprint app. Easy social media integration. Prints are larger than more-common wallet-size photo printer output.
Prints are costly, and inconsistent in quality. A little
Takes up little space. Five ink cartridges for higher-quality text and photos. Two paper-input trays. Bluetooth 4.0 support. Excellent print quality, especially photos. Prints photos fast.
No automatic document feeder, SD card or
It’s hard to believe, but I have been writing for the legendary Computer Shopper for over eight years (as of October 2017), and have been a contributing editor there for about seven years. My … Read More
[amazon_link asins=’B01LB08BH6′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’ed298214-c577-11e7-bc59-137fc9ea5efc’]The release of new Android-tablet contenders has slowed to a trickle over the past few years, and many of these models have been designed to mimic one or the other … Read More
A few years ago, the Android-tablet market was flush with slates in two or three different screen sizes—and economy levels—from most of the big players in PCs. Nowadays? The pickings are pretty picked over.
Whether … Read More
Big-screen Android tablets are starting to look like bison on the Great Plains once the West was settled: thin on the ground. In 2015, we’re seeing fewer and fewer new full-size Android slates (models with … Read More
One thing’s coming clear from shopping the virtual aisles for Android tablets here in 2015: For the most part, today’s models are about general media consumption, not pushing the envelope on gaming or other graphically … Read More
Looking back over our Android-tablet reviews for 2015, we realized that we haven’t reviewed a new 7-inch tablet all year. (Indeed, the number of new Android tablets on the whole seems to be way down.) … Read More