The world of technology is booming, and it’s refreshing to see a young tech start-up with a vision. Skytex Technology, based just outside of Los Angeles, is just such a company. Situated a couple hundred miles south of Silicon Valley, Skytex is dedicated to bringing quality mobile computing and entertainment to techies and non-techies alike.
Tablets are hot right now, and Android is the OS of choice for many tablet makers. With so many options abound, it tends to get a little confusing. The Skypad Alpha 7” Android 2.3 tablet was designed to address the confusion by delivering a feature set unprecedented in its class. With its powerful Arm cortex-A8 processor and features like Bluetooth 2.0, wireless N, and a 1.3mp front camera, the Alpha offers a great tablet experience at an affordable price.
The lines between different tech products are blurring and the Primer Pocket is a great example of the convergence of consumer devices. With a 4.3” LCD screen and its ability to play a multitude of music and video files, the Pocket is an excellent media player. Then you add in multi-touch, a g-sensor, wireless N, and all of the features of Android 2.2. After that, throw in a price point of under $100 and you have a recipe for the ultimate handheld media tablet.
Raising the bar on performance, the Skytab S-series dual-core Windows 7 tablet is designed for the power user. It was created to excel, pun intended, at content creation while also offering more robust entertainment options for those times we need a break. The Skytab S-series offers the familiarity, flexibility and functionality of a Windows 7 PC in a touch-friendly package, and the ExoPC user interface layer brings added touch-friendliness along with an entire ecosystem of free touch-oriented apps to get you started.