Hey people …Super cool news every Android fan should know 🙂 🙂 (announced October 2012 for March 2013) – In a few short months, Android devices will be able to not only read Microsoft Word documents, but CREATE MICROSOFT WORD DOCUMENTS too!! 🙂 Yes, you read that correctly – Microsoft Office is coming to Android!!!! – But you’ll need to wait until around March 2013, so be patient. (Source: theverge.com. Patience is a virtue and has its rewards!) Maybe you’d rather not wait because you’re highly dependent on Microsoft Office and you’re always on the move/on the road and you love Samsung – Well, you might want to take a look at the Samsung ATIV Smart PC with 128 GB built-in storage – This is a tablet device which will provide you with a trial version of Microsoft Office 2013. Just so you’re clear: This one’s not Android, it runs on Windows 8.
Below (pic from 8/15/2012, via Facebook): Photo from August 15, 2012 Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 [Android] tablet event. Read original coverage by yours truly: http://wp.me/pFEjV-6z The Galaxy Note 10.1: A great Android tablet for mobile collaborative productivity
Photo credit: Samsung
Swizz Beats from the music industry, Tim Baxter from Samsung, Baz Luhrmann from Hollywood, Zac Posen from the fashion industry! Business professionals in numerous industries can increase productivity with this Android tablet! (and it’s good for having fun too)
The 3M™ Streaming Projector Powered by Roku® lets you experience the big screen at home. Project theater-esque images (at up to 120 inches). Make a big batch of popcorn, grab some drinks, drop the shades and hit the lights — It’s time for instant cinema.
The Roku streaming stick is everything you love about Roku, to go. Think of it as Roku on a stick 🙂 It gives you nearly unlimited viewing options — over 600 channels. Just turn the 3M™ Streaming Projector on and project your Netflix, Hulu PLUS, Amazon Instant Video and other favorites on almost any surface — anywhere you have WiFi. Project your favorite shows and movies for a theater-like experience no one will forget.
So the big screen is back BIG time. Families will put down their phones, tablets and iPods and come together for movie nights again. Slumber parties will be scarier. Parties will be livelier. Girls’ night will be gigglier!