What a nice and cheap concept!
I don’t really care about the survey since I read more book on iPhone (yes, you read it correctly!) compared to paper book nowadays. I guess the iPhone has advantage that it never more than 10 meter from my side.
1&1 released an android-based iPad alternative named as SmartPad. It features 7″ LED Touch-Display (compared to 9.7″ iPad) with resolution 800×480 (compared to 1024×768 of iPad). The weight is of course also lighter (0.47kg compared to 0.68kg). Moreover, the memory is same (256 MB) but the processor is just as half as iPad (500MHz). What’s interesting is it has SD card slot (which is a must, since the included flash drive is just 1GB) and USB port. Other features are pretty similar. You can check the detailed technical specification in this page.
It is currently sold together with 1&1 internet subscription with 24 months contract.
What do you think? Will this device be strong iPad contender?
This application exactly does it. You probably need to make a screenshot of the page you want to print and then use it in the application. Costs $2.99, not so bad.
I’ve tried it with my Samsung laser printer connected to my Mac desktop and it worked flawlessly. Just don’t forget to share the printer beforehand.
Here’s the solution: