Samsung is rumoured to be working on an 18.4-inch tablet. What niche this could possibly fill is still unknown, and the company has not said anything about the possibility of a giant tablet. The prospect of a giant tablet is entirely possible, although the supposed specifications are not very convincing.
Back in June at Computex 2015, ASUS has unveiled plenty of new devices under its Zen series which was previously rather limited to notebooks and smartphones. One such device is ZenPad 7.0 – itself is just one of several ZenPad tablets that the Taiwanese company launched at the event.
One of the most interesting things in Apple’s next mobile operating system, iOS 9, is definitely the SplitView mode that lets users run two tasks simultaneously, side by side. SplitView is only supported on the iPad Air 2 but if you prefer a smaller-sized iPad instead, it looks like the feature will be coming to the next generation iPad mini.
The Jide Remix Ultra Tablet is an interesting case. It aims to bring the Microsoft Surface experience to the Android OS; or does it bring the Android experience to the Microsoft Surface? Either way, Jide calls the Remix an Ultra-Tablet; which is a play on Intel’s Ultrabook brand. That should tell you precisely what this was intended to be: a premium grade productivity machine.
Microsoft has not entirely forgotten Windows RT, and will be rolling out an update for the ARM based operating system to bring it closer to the recently launched Windows 10 look. Of course, being the red-headed stepchild of Microsoft this update is mainly cosmetic and doesn’t bring any Windows 10 functionality with it.