New Products

Energy Sistem Soyntec's Energy Tablet i8

A new tablet—this one European-style—is out on the market in the form of Energy Sistem Soyntec's Energy Tablet i8. Gadget-maker Energy Sistem Soyntec S.A. of Spain claims that the new Android 4 device will wow its users with its exceptional quality screen, ideal dimensions, high efficiency and stylish design. Vital stats include 1GB of RAM memory, 8GB of internal memory, an ultra-slim aluminum body, multi-touch TFT LCD 8" screen in 4:3 format, front and rear cameras, HDMI full HD (1080p) output to TV or monitor, USB-OTG function and a USB host to connect external USB devices like pen drives, keyboard or mouse. The Energy Tablet i8 weighs in at 491 grams.

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Fabric Engine / Blender Comparison

Ongytenes's picture

I been using Blender and it is what I am familiar with.

I would like to see an article sometime how this new product compares to Blender.

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