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This Dude Painted A Realistic Photo On An iPad(With a $6 App!)

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morgan-freeman-ipad-paintingIf You still think that the iPad is just the perfect content consumption device then read further. If you are artistically inclined there are a whole bunch of tablet optimised optimized apps on the iPad that help you create professional content.

A Youtube user, created this amazing Morgan Freeman sketch using Procreate, a $6 App on the store. The finished product included more than 285,000 brush strokes and over 200 hours of work.

Check out the amazing timelapse video here :

Written by Chintan Vithlani

December 9th, 2013 at 4:56 pm

The iPad Could Just Get A Mammoth 12.9 inch 4K Screen

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Over the course of the last few months, rumours about the Apple testing varied versions of the future iPad are increasing.

The entire rumour cloud boils down to two common and strong leaks that say that two variants may finally see the light of the day out of the 5 sizes being tested. While one would have a 2K display (presumably the same 2048 x 1536 resolution with which we’re already familiar), one could have a 4K screen.

The 2k iPad would have a density of 200 ppi while the 4k for the same 12.9 inches would have a 400 ppi – the highest for a tablet.


Written by Chintan Vithlani

December 4th, 2013 at 6:33 pm

How does a 500GB iPad sound? Seagate launches new ultra mobile HDD aimed at tablets

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Just when you started to cosy up to the idea of a 128GB packing Apple iPad, Seagate went ahead and jumped the gun with their new 500GB Ultra Mobile Hard Disk Drive. Something tells me that the tablet game is about to get delightfully interesting…

Seagate has launched their new Seagate ST500LT035 Ultra Mobile HDD with a whopping 500GB of storage space in a 5mm thick profile. The new drive brings up to 7 times the storage space of current generation mobile flash memory drives and apparently it uses a fraction of the energy. The Seagate ST500LT035 weight just 93g, which is about 83% the weight of the Apple iPhone 5. If speed is what you’re after, 8GB of flash storage is included and the drive’s maximum transfer speeds are said to be 600MB/s.

The best of all? It’s apparently going to be quite affordable and have quite a rugged design to keep that data safe. Now we just need Apple to listen up and pop that drive into the next iPad, am I right?

Written by Dion Guillaume

September 9th, 2013 at 10:45 am

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