digital printing, what is it?

To print many documents as it can be large print runs for newspapers or magazines as understand not the same type of printer you have in your house are used.

Digital printing comes to denote a set of technologies widely used today in which similar to inkjet or laser but very large, much larger than any that you can find in an office printers are used. This system has long been more expensive than others such as offset printers that are those traditionally used for these impressions.

The main difference from other types of processes used for printing on large scales is that digital printing rollers need not create porta plates as in offset. This means that offset printers have to create a roll, ie prepare it for printing, for each of the sheets you want to print.

Another fundamental difference between printing let us call it traditional and lithography or offset is that the latter when using impregnate inks on paper, get to wet, in the case of digital printing is not the case because what is formed is a film about this is then converted into steam liquid.

When we talk about digital printing Realize we are referring to a set of legacy technologies of domestic printers, ink cartridges using about where it is stored in liquid form and toner or laser printers.

Liquid ink in the paper is scanned line by line by depositing ink where it is needed. It is therefore slower printing.

In the laser system it is completely different, here is an electrically charged roller. When the laser impinging on certain areas we change the type of load. I am just release the toner is magnetic ink stick only to the areas we want to step making paper image is formed. In this case the printing is faster and because the value of the cheapest toner.

Obviously the choice will depend on your budget, you need to have in terms of quantity printing and time to do it but you have to take into account a number of general principles

The offset is faster. Not surprisingly it has been using to print newspapers from time immemorial.

The quality of the offset is greater. It is designed for this type of an offset printer prints obtained without many problems better quality than digital. This gap is narrowing gradually and certainly offset depends on the type of printer you use.

Digital printing is cheaper. Especially if you are going to use for printing a few units offset printing can not merit to anything worthwhile. Note that you do not need plates, machines are smaller, etc.

The answer is quite simple as you see, if you want quality and you do long runs using offset printing but ask yourself digital printing.

Sony Xperia Z2, a tablet to boast

The tablet Xperia Z2 Sony is one of the most anticipated releases of the year, partly because of the expectations created in their qualities and also by accepting their close relatives, moving with the same name. Then I leave its most notable features and will see whether it is justified or not as expected.

Again Sony claims to have created the thinnest and lightest tablet in the world. In fact, it has just 6.4 mm thick and 426 g weight, the Japanese corporation designed a 10.1-inch tablet with a premium presentation and also resistant to water and dust!

It is even thinner than the iPad Air (7.5 mm) and lighter than the Apple tablet has 469 g. In terms of size, it is located within half tablet of its size: 17.2 x 26.6 cm, slightly above hers as another competitor tablet Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014 Edition) that measures which are 17.1 x 24.3 cm (albeit with 7.9 mm thickness).

Furthermore you will find a full HD capacitive touch screen that incorporates high-tech Sony TVs but optimized for mobile devices, which gives greater depth and shades of color to images. The IPS panel ensures a consistent quality of colors from impossible angles. As the resolution is equal to its predecessor, the Sony Xperia Z Tablet, 1,920 x 1,200 PIX, so that it falls short in terms of its rival, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 with 2560 x 1600 PIX.

The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet has two cameras, one front and one rear 2.2 MPX MPX 8.1 with a 16x digital zoom and the ability to record 4K quality videos. Both cameras are designed so that the image quality is optimal, even when count in low light to your photos or chat.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (MSM8974AB quad-core) processor, gives life to this tablet at a speed of 2.3 Ghz and supported by a 3GB RAM. A configuration powerful enough to roll them fluently the most demanding (graphic: Adreno 330) games.

The battery lithium polymer has a capacity of 6000 mAh with STAMINA mode activated (to optimize energy use), give the tablet Xperia Z2 a battery life of 10 hours of video playback and 100 hours of playback music. greater autonomy would have been appreciated as it retains the same as the first version.

A novelty of this device is that it incorporates a fast charge system, which recharges the battery to 75% faster.

In terms of connectivity, the tablet integrates NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, which lets you connect to f orm wireless devices you have at home with a single click. In this regard it highlights the easy connectivity with the TV or playing the tablet in this same with or without cables (Miracast, DLNA or Wi-Fi) (MHL 3.0 cable). So it will be very practical play, watch movies, videos and photos you have on your Xperia Z2 on your HDTV. Otherwise, you will find 3G and LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, USB 2.0 support high speed and microUSB.

Sony’s tablet comes with Android 4.4, and various pre-installed applications such as Google Chrome, Google Maps for mobile with Latitude and Street View, Google Play and 3D games. I could not miss my coat Manufacturer: Play Now, Enterteinment Network, Music, etc.

As in its previous version, this tablet has a carefully designed with impeccable care manufacturing details. The power button is aluminum and the front is glass. It comes in black and white.

The sound is another point at which Sony could not stop showing off. The tablet has two speakers with surround sound with the audio technology S-Force Front Sourround. In turn, you can select the required audio quality depending on the application we are running and reduces ambient sound quality by 98%.

Having described its main features, it is easy to guess that the Xperia Z2 is a high-end tablet. While it is true that your presentation is faultless and processor speed and RAM are a step forward from the above, there are still some details that could be improved in the next Xperia tablet. One of them is the battery capacity, 6000 mAh and therefore its autonomy of 10 hours. This would complete the evolution of the device and allow him to comfortably compete with other tablets on the market with greater autonomy as the Lenovo Yoga Tablet.

One of its strengths is its quality of resistance to water, dust and scratches, which makes it more versatile because it can be used in places where it could not lead a traditional tablet such as the pool or workshop. Besides that this increases their durability, which on a tablet face is an important aspect.

Prices vary depending on storage capacity and connection type. The LTE / 4G Black 16GB model is priced at € 689.00. The Wi-Fi 16GB Black version costs 489 € and Wi-Fi 32 GB Black 549.00 €.

Actización 1: There is a later version of this model, the Sony Xperia Z3 Compact tablet.

Apple Lisa

Apple invested a lot of time and money (4 years and 50 million dollars) developing a computer with a graphical interface, which will put the name “Lisa”, a name that was also the name of the first daughter of Steve Jobs, though meant for commercial purposes “Local Integrated Software Architechture” or what is the same in Spanish: “Locally Integrated Software Architecture”.

Lisa was characterized as the first personal computer “low price” for business and aimed at individuals, with friendly graphical user interface.

The creation of computers GUI is not attributed to Apple. It is believed that Xerox was the first company to create a device with graphical user interface in 1973, however, Xerox did not launch this computer, called “High”, to the public. Instead, he launched a computer called “Star” in 1981, which was priced at $ 17.000 dollars, which proved too much for users of the time and eventually affect sales of the product to the extent that it is considered a commercial failure .

Steve Jobs and Jeff Raskin, the creator of the first Mac, were interested in the system with graphical interface that Xerox developed, while in 1980, Steve Jobs hired 15 Xerox employees to work on the Lisa project, so it is evident Xerox developed what had influence on the software of the computer, and then in the development of software Macintosh 128K. Although the operating system is not the first Mac operating system direct descendant of Lisa, even when the similarities between the two are obvious.

Lisa was developed from 1978, but was presented in January 1983 and released in June of the same year. The unit was scheduled to be released in 1981, but the computer was not ready for the intended date.

Steve Jobs was involved in the Lisa project in its infancy, but left in 1982 and joined the development of the first Macintosh. The project was led primarily by Ken Rothmuller, but the latter had differences with Steve Jobs, as saying that the specifications called Jobs for Lisa were too to meet release dates while maintaining a reasonable price. Rothmuller caused complaints that Jobs fired him for “not cooperating” in March 1980. Rothmuller was replaced by John Couch.

The operating system of the computer was named “Apple Lisa GUI”, despite the novelty of its graphical interface, the computer was not fully accepted in the market, as there were very few applications for that operating system and the software was slow, even by the standards of those times. In addition, the price of Lisa, although it was low compared with the $ 17,000 it cost the Xerox Star, was not well received since it was $ 9998. That resulted in sales of 100,000 units in two years, and it was not enough to keep the product on the market, so Lisa was discontinued in January 1985. At that time Apple had already released an enhanced version of the device, called “Lisa 2”, which was later renamed “Macintosh XL”.

Lisa is seen as a pre-Macintosh computer, like the Apple I, II and III, but as these devices were steps needed to create the Macintosh and make them to become what they are today, also Lisa had its share in that history as the graphical interface of the computer and its features transpired and reached the first Mac. today we could not imagine the operating system of the Macs without the interface they have, and we owe, in part, that at some point in history decided to develop Apple Lisa.

CloudOn: Office for iPad and Android tablets

CloudOn is an application for iPad and Android tablets that gives us access to Microsoft Office files that you have stored in the cloud, from these mobile devices. With this tool we can create, edit, save and share documents most popular office suite the world: Word, Excel and PowerPoint, in addition to image files (JPEG, GIF, PNG), PDFs and RAW.

To enjoy these functions must synchronize the application with integrated cloud services in CloudOn like Dropbox, Google Drive, Box and Microsoft SkyDrive (you can sicronicar your account with one or more). This increases the chances of having all our files by hand and share them with our team.

That is to say that while we wait for the official version of MS Office reaches the iPad, this is the best productivity tool for working with Microsoft package from mobile devices: tablets and mobile phones, both iOS as Android.

Compatible with iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch (3rd generation), iPod touch (4th generation), iPod touch (5th generation), iPad and iPad mini. Requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. iOS a Pro version is available with a monthly cost of $ 2.99 or $ 29.99 annually.

In the context of Android, it is appropriate to tell you that CloudOn is not compatible with all devices with this OS. A quick and easy way to know if yours is supported or not go to the page CloudOn in Google Play Store and, under the “Install” tab, find a note that tells you (works if you have your paired device google Play).

more powerful desktop PC processor

Updated June 2015. Before it was very easy to choose processor, if you wanted more power just had to choose the most expensive and go. Although at present this remains so the reality is that sometimes you find price changes are justified only in certain moments which now more than ever necessary that you consider your needs before making any purchase.

The processor is the brain of the PC as such is one gives the most important parts of any equipment. Even that organizes everything do not go crazy when choosing this device, depending on your needs may be more interesting to invest in other components. The most expensive example is if you use the computer to play then more than spend a bundle on the micro ideally invest in a good graphics card.

And you dedicate yourself to work editing photos or videos or programs such as AutoCad will need a powerful computer.

Advanced configuration. The i7-5960X is the fastest processor that Intel itself now if we ignore server configurations with micros as Xeon. It falls within the Core fourth generation enthusiast. It includes eight cores, ability to run up to 16 tasks concurrently and 20 MB of level three cache.

By choosing this type of processor you have an added bonus, you can put up to 64GB maximum RAM for the 32 that are in the normal models for unenthusiastic or so if yours is working with large amounts of data the choice is sung.

Ideally accompany large amount of RAM, a hard disk and SSD high performance graphics card.

Medium configuration. In this case you encounter many models, I advise the i7-4790K with eight megabytes of cache and four cores. Regarding the first option what you find is mostly a lower price because not only the micro is much cheaper but also the motherboard you need so is with which you save a lot of money.

Basic configuration. For this configuration I advise one i5-4690K with four cores and 6MB of cache. Within the nomenclature Intel i5 brings us mics that have the best quality, price. These four cores are more than enough to blow most applications only noticing some performance slowdowns when we talk about programs that are able to use a larger number such as the video encoding or creating three-dimensional images.

Anyway, if your idea is not to spend something over the i5 is your best choice also not disappoint.

The games are special applications. For many years the only reason for the means to invest more in components was whether the PC user would be used to play. The reality today is that it is almost always the graphics card that limit you.

Advanced configuration. If you have money and want the best acquires the i7-5820K because although the i7-5960X is faster price does not justify the three biggest difference. The 5820K has the same quality of being able to handle up to 64 GB so do not hesitate and buy him the more RAM the better. In this case we have six cores per eight of his older brother and 15 MB of level three cache.

Medium configuration. As I already mentioned they will be few games in which the processor is the problem. For this configuration I recommend a dual-core i3-4170 and hyperthread plus 3 MB of level three cache.

It may seem a very basic micro but the reality is that with a powerful graphics card can fly. Do not forget every two or three years to renew the card and have equipment for boots.

Basic configuration. The most basic micro to play is a Pentium G3258 with two cores and 3MB of cache. Among its strengths is its price and that you can overclock.

It may seem strange that has not chosen any micro AMD to compete with Intel in games. The reason is clear AMD, very good graphics cards integrated ago but the reality is that we still need to have a discrete card if we play all the games without problems. By adding discrete integrated benefit you are lost so it’s very difficult to consider the mikes AMD for almost nothing.

These teams apply to anyone going to use them for what we can call a common use that is not games or professional programs or what is the same to use Office, surf the Internet and check email.

Advanced configuration. Do not buy a more expensive i5-4690K simply because you’re not going to take advantage.

Medium configuration. The i3-4170 will make these programs work perfectly.

Basic configuration. Any Pentium will be worth. It is any current PC will be worth if only you’ll use to surf the Internet and check e-mail.

HP Slate 7 tablet, the best sound in 7 inches

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The HP Slate 7 evokes very well the saying that states that “good perfume comes in small packages” and although it is clear that there is a fragrance, what little good will come in handy. And it is that HP, with this 7-inch tablet was launched with all the irons, to conquer the tablet market compact format.

Despite its small size, the HP Slate 7 will have to compete with other devices made by industry giants like the Nexus 7 from Google, the Galaxy Tab from Samsung (in English), the Kindle Fire HD Amazon or iPad mini, to name a few.

Then we will see the features of the HP Slate 7 with which the flagship brand plans to wrest market share to its competitors and surpass the previous failure who starred with TouchPad (with WebOS).

Its measurements give maximum portability: 11.6 x 19.7 cm and 1.07 cm thick only, which means you can have all your files, music, videos and applications on one hand, in a compact tablet only 370 gr.

In turn, the touch and capacitive screen HP Slate 7 has a diagonal of seven inches with a resolution of 1024 x 600 pixels, lower than others on the market but it adds a HFFS panel, a technology that improves screen viewing although we are in a dark environment.

Unlike most compact tablets, the HP Slate 7 comes with two cameras, a VGA front and rear 3MP webcam.

The HP tablet pc has a sleek design with a stainless steel frame and is soft to the touch on the back. My favorite is the red but silver also looks good, the bad is that color availability varies by country.

The processor is an ARM Cortex A9 Dual Core, 1.6GHz. It has enough performance to provide versatility to the HP Slate 7 in which, depending on the brand, are fluent videos, applications and 3D games are more demanding files.

One GB of RAM defines the capacity that the tablet has to advance (or not) some complex applications or videos of a lot of action. Moreover storage memory is 8 GB, expandable with a MicroSD card slot memory.

The battery limits the autonomy of this tablet pc to 5 hours of viewing videos.

Connectivity is a fair bit, the minimum you can expect a 7-inch tablet like the HP Slate 7: Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Additionally, it has two ports, one for MicroSD memory card (up to 32GB) and a MicroUSB port to connect the HP Slate 7 to other devices and download your files.

The HP Slate 7 is a tablet Android, the operating system for tablets fastest growing over the last year. The advantage is that it has a considerable amount of free applications and a growing community of users that will make your Android experience more viable. In the case of the 7-inch tablet from HP, it comes with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), and fully integrated with the Google Store.

It is for this reason that has added multiple Google services like Voice Search, Gmail, Sync contacts and calendars, Google Talk, Chrome (browser), Google+ (social network), Google Maps, Street View, YouTube, Play Books, Play Music , Play Movie, Play Magazine and Widevine, in addition to applications HP as HP ePrint and print (iNOS print) to facilitate printing files.

The HP Slate 7 is an Android tablet that seeks to provide flexibility to the user, so that it can develop a wide range of actions, from play to work.

It seems a complete tablet for a price of $ 169, compared to $ 199 it costs the Kindle Fire HD, although it should be noted that the Kindle Amazon offers a number of services and content (music and movies) that HP does not have yet and He has promised for the near future.

In short, the price of the Slate 7 HP remains competitive within its sector but misses the GPS service or NFC technology that allows connection of devices less than 20 cm away and to be popular as a form of online payment.

One of its strongest competitors, the Nexus 7 tablet from Google, offers NFC support and a better screen resolution (1280 x 800 pixels), for $ 30 more, not to mention the tablet Samsung Galaxy 7, with more alternatives of connection.

To compete with these brands of tablets, besides price, HP flaunts integrating sound Beat Audio technology, which improves sound quality, good news for those who often play music and video on their mobile devices.

It is a tablet pc help the laptop, either to begin in this world of mobile devices or for those people, who for one reason or another, need to be connected all the time with a cheap and convenient to carry tablet.

Update: HP no longer includes this tablet in its product catalog, in fact, the American corporation markets in 2015, tablets and corporate professionals 8-, 10- and 12-inch high-end, plus a family of hybrid devices. However, you can find the Slate 7 in various online shops, but you must keep in mind that it is a tablet of 2013 whose characteristics are a little backward: for example, low screen resolution, a gig of RAM, etc.

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How will be the future tablets

Since its appearance just two years, tablets have become not only the device further discussed in the technological world, but also in higher sales projection, the point that has generated what is known as the War of the tablets.

They not technically have advanced little since then, increasing its storage capacity, the quality of your screen and applications. However, the increasing market demands innovations. Will these super portable computers maintain continuous improvement expectations? Here are some possibilities.

Not content with dimensions and weights shrinking, tablet users demand more. How about a device that can be folded or rolled for easy transfer? Although this may seem like science fiction, some media have already anticipated that manufacturers are in it. Indeed, it seems that taking advantage of a technology called AMOLED (in English), it is possible to manufacture flexible displays.

There are even reviews that Samsung would launch the first models of flexible displays this quarter (in English). Although be true probably start with their smartphones, there is no reason that they could not be included in the tablets below.

However, still have to be solve the problem of the resistance of these screens, which is not the same as the material usually used in these devices, and would require the start screen such were not coated with a flexible material.

One reason for the popularity of tablets has been what might be described as his “tactility”, the possibility that a device can operate without keyboard or mouse, simply by moving our fingers on the screen icons. Apart from representing a saving of space and accessories, this tactile character of the tablet seems to create a more direct relationship between the user and your computer.

Well, this does not seem to be enough. Consumers want a device that not even have to apply our fingers, but attend to the dictates of our voice. Apple already has begun to do both with its “Dictation” function as its SIRI application, a virtual assistant that works with our voice. However, to be honest, it still requires many adjustments to be entirely satisfactory for users.

However, this is the trend. Google’s new tablet, the Nexus 7 has the Google Now application, which even surpasses SIRI in performance, so that future generations of these devices will have to incorporate such functions if they want to compete properly.

Until recently I was a faithful follower of almost dogma established by the late Steve Jobs, whereby a tablet should not have a screen 10 inches or less would not be helpful. It seems, however, that the reality is different. The success of the Kindle Fire (7 inch screen) quoted at Christmas and Nexus 7, show that many users themselves like small tablets.

In turn, Samsung has scored a victory with the sale of its Galaxy Note smartphone, 5.3 inches, a greater than usual size smartphones. Indeed, in May it placed more than 5 million units of this “great” smartphone.

Two and two together: if public for a 7-inch tablet and also for a 5.3-inch smartphone then a tablet of, say, 6 inches, would not attract customers of both devices? We would be in the presence of the call by some “phablet”, a new segment that eventually could merge the two concepts of tablet and smartphone into one, either remaining as a third option, or leaving the other two devices without reasons marketing. In this case, the world of mobile phones and laptops, as we know it today would cease to exist.

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The status menu is the right of the menu bar, and keeps us informed about the state of our Mac.

The Status menu shows the time and date, if our computer is connected to a Wi-Fi network or if your Bluetooth device is enabled. We can also show the status of some of the applications we have installed on our Mac: the icon of the application, in some cases, is set within the Status Menu and shows whether the application is active or inactive.

Another important part of this menu is the Spotlight (the magnifying glass icon we see far right), which allows us to make quick searches from the information stored in our computer.

iPad Air, the tablet with better battery according test

In a test done recently by Wich Tech Daily (English), the tablet Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition proved to be faster than the iPad Air and markedly faster than the rest of its competitors. But later, in another test, the same examiners wanted to know how he would go to the tablet in its recognized test battery life or what is the same, in their autonomy.

The test included tablets like the Google Nexus 7, Tesco Hudl, iPad Air and other rival devices.

The iPad offers longer battery life

According to the test, the Apple tablet (iPad Air, iPad mini 2 and iPad 2), outperformed other Android tablets in terms of increased battery life while the user browses the Internet. During this activity the Air iPad battery lasted 658 minutes versus 483 Android tablet that offers the test (Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition). Meanwhile, the iPad mini offers 614 minutes to search the web and iPad 2 comes last 590 minutes.

As for viewing videos, for example in media such as BBC iPlayer or Nextflix, the iPad Air was winner of the event since its battery reached 777 minutes (12.95 hours). In this category Apple had very close rivalry from other tablets like the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 Amazon whose battery arrived intact for 714 minutes was second and the Google Nexus 7, the battery lasted 669 minutes leaving it in the third position.

The battery test

In the test Which? examines the battery in each tablet to surf the Internet with Wi-Fi, 3G It tests also (if available) and for viewing video. To ensure that the conditions in each tablet is the same, the brightness of the screen in all tests was 200 nits, which is a reasonable level of brightness during the day. They used a light meter. Also, how long it takes also it measured the battery to fully charge.

But the test Which? not only it puts your eye on the battery life of a tablet, but also in how it is consumed by the power available. In this sense, the interesting comparison reveals that the 3950 mAh battery of the Nexus 7, duration exceeds the 6930 mAh iPad 2 to view videos.

What determines the battery.

The larger is a tablet, it is likely that your battery last longer.

It should be recalled that, indeed, the operating system can change the battery. Currently, it is a challenge for mobile device manufacturers, distance recharges the battery, improving system efficiency.

In this regard, Wich? He found that Apple iPad Air achieved in a “perfect harmony” between design and battery life because with only 7.5 mm thick, manages to offer a battery of 8820 mAh which fits well with the iOS 7.

tablets operating systems: iOS, Android and Windows

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Although the term “operating systems” sounds more like a conversation between computer, simple and deadly computer users in general and tablets in particular are somewhat forced way to get a basic idea of ​​the matter, especially because it is easier it seems.

Recall that an operating system or software program that allows all other programs and applications to run on a particular computer (there are dozens of definitions and explanations probably more accurate, but we think this is the easiest). It is an indispensable link between the “hardware” or physical components of that (hard disk, graphics card, processor, etc.) with the “ethereal” elements such as word processing, Internet browser, photo editor, etc. .

In the case of desktop computers, laptops, netbooks and ultralight, the most widely used operating system is Microsoft Windows, in different versions, followed by MacOSX, and Linux.

The tablets, however, do not work with these operating systems, but with specially designed for them. Well, actually, with operating systems originally created for smart (or smartphone) mobile phones and then they have efficiently adapted to tablets.

This fact leads us to think that tablets are more in the segment of smartphones, not computers themselves. But make no mistake. The reason why tablets use the same operating system smartphones is because they wanted to take advantage of the progress of these: on the one hand, the touch screen, that is, the ability to interact with the machine without a keyboard and on the other, easy to download and run, especially multimedia applications. Traditional operating systems, however, do not have these options, at least not as developed.

However, that operating systems are incompatible not mean that two tablets with different operating systems can not do the same things, but simply that they do differently or, rather, how to give instructions to the machine changes.

The first is the Android, developed by a company owned by the giant Internet search Google, and is used by the vast majority of tablets (eye, we refer to number of models, not sales percentages. Remember that iPad, does not work with Android, still has at least 60% of total sales of tablets). The latest version of Android is 4.1, known as Jelly Bean, although most tablets currently work with version 4.0, or Ice Cream Sandwich. Google has announced that the next version will be called KitKat.

Second, the iOS (in English), which is the operating system of all models of iPad and has been developed naturally by Apple, which does not allow it to work on other devices. Currently it is on the iOS version 7, which improves iOS 6, which was in turn built just after the launch of the iPad3.

RIM, the Canadian company that owns the Blackberry smartphone, has also developed a specific operating system, Blackberry Tablet OS for your tablet Playbook, which has unfortunately been a fiasco in terms of sales.

Finally, Microsoft has an operating system specially designed for tablets, Windows RT, replacing the Windows 7 (the latter used for both smartphones and tablets) and using, for example, as tablet Surface RT.

Although it might be a technical comparison between iOS and Android, I do not see much use for users. However, an important aspect to consider is that applications of Android are available more easily, while the iOS can only be loaded through the App Store of Apple’s iTunes, unless the device is subjected to a “jailbreak” or release, Apple recommended for obvious reasons.

What is good for some is bad for others. In turn, the app iTunes are better classified and qualified, while in the case of Android app is hard to find a good review and explanation of how they work in the online store where acquire (except Amazon, as we explained in our review of the Kindle Fire), unless seek specialized blogs on the Internet.

Ene31-2014 update: new versions of these operating systems can review the following articles.

Android, Android 4.3, how to improve your tablet with this update of Google OS, Android 4.4 KitKat, the news it brings for tablets, Android 5.0 Lollipop, Android 6.0 Marshmallow

iOS, iOS 7 Beta 2 supports iPad and detects head movements; iOS 7 Beta 3 is now available for developers; How the iOS 7 will enhance your experience with the iPad; Best of iOS 7 for iPad; 15 novelties of iOS 7 to get the most out of your iPad, iOS 7 Compatibility with iPad, iPhone and iPod, Apple releases iOS 7.0.4 for iPad and iPhone, 7 new iOS 8 double your productivity; 10 keys to understanding why you must update your tablet to iOS 8.3; iOS9: 13 clues to its most useful new features, Windows, Windows 8.1 will bring improvements for tablets, pCs and laptops, Windows 10