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Former Apple boss John Sculley reckons Samsung's tablets are the "only serious tablet competitor" to the iPad, but in order to really appeal, these two new tablets will need to actually go on sale at some point, so fingers crossed there are no further delays. I've stuck my hands-on videos with the Tab 2 7- and 10.1-inch versions below -- let me know if you're tempted by way of the comments, or our Facebook wall. The 7- and 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 devices have been delayed, with Samsung reportedly needing more time with the Android software.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, On the same day that the BlackBerry PlayBook has been unleashed in the US, RIM invited the CNET team to their offices to get up close and personal with the 7-inch tablet for ourselves, We have seen the PlayBook a few times before, but this was the first time we could actually use the tablet without a RIM rep controlling the experience, This hands-on time reaffirmed what we have thought about the PlayBook all swedish folk cats iphone case along, Its combination of size, weight and performance is extremely impressive, and the button-less gesture-controlled interface is far better designed for tablet-use than iOS navigation on iPad and Google's Honeycomb tablet OS (though we do love Android's widgets), Curiously, some US reviewers have called the navigation confusing, but we completely disagree, As you can see in the video, the entire user-experience is driven by swiping gesture, beginning on the tablet's bezel and continuing over the screen, so swiping from the bottom up takes you to the homescreen, swiping from right to left activates multitasking and swiping from the top down shows a context-sensitive menu for the app you're using..
Up to this point, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager has been Microsoft's solution for on-premises management, and Windows Intune for management through the cloud. With the next version of Intune and SP1 for Configuration Manager 2012, Microsoft is taking "the first step in delivering interoperability between these products through Configuration Manager’s administration console." This means customers will be able to add mobile devices managed with Windows Intune to their System Center console "and manage all the devices through one tool," explained the Softies in today's blog post.