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  2. Smart TV - Wikipedia

    Smart TV develops new features to satisfy consumers and companies, such as new payment processes. LG and PaymentWall have collaborated to allow consumers to access purchased apps, movies, games, and more using a remote control, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. This is intended for an easier and more convenient way for checkout.

  3. iPad (9th generation) - Wikipedia

    The ninth-generation iPad uses the same design as the seventh- and eighth-generation iPads, although all color options now come with a black screen bezel, and the gold color has been removed. It is compatible with Apple Pencil (1st generation), Smart Keyboard and Smart Connector for keyboard attachments.

  4. iPad Air (3rd generation) - Wikipedia

    The third-generation iPad Air received positive reviews. It was praised for its laminated screen, Smart Keyboard case capability, as well as a speedy SoC. However, it only supports the first-generation Apple Pencil, uses the 2017's 10.5-inch iPad Pro design and only has two speakers compared to four on the Pro models.

  5. Usage share of operating systems - Wikipedia

    For desktop and laptop computers, Windows is the most used at 74%, followed by Apple's macOS at 14%, and Linux-based operating systems, at 5% (i.e. "desktop Linux" at 2.84%, plus Google's ChromeOS at 2%, in the US up to 4.43%). For tablets, Apple's iPadOS has 52% and Android has 48% worldwide.

  6. ThinkPad Tablet - Wikipedia

    The ThinkPad Tablet is a tablet computer made by Lenovo as part of its series of Android-based tablet devices and is targeted towards business users.Lenovo's tablet offerings are available in both ThinkPad and IdeaPad variants.

  7. Apple Remote - Wikipedia

    The Apple Remote is a remote control introduced in October 2005 by Apple Inc. for use with a number of its products with infrared capability. It was originally designed to control the Front Row media center program on the iMac G5 and is compatible with many subsequent Macintosh computers.

  8. Huawei - Wikipedia

    Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) is Huawei's solution to GMS (Google Mobile services), it was created to work over Android System, so Android applications can work over Huawei HMS Mobile phones, if those don't use Google Mobile Services. HMS is part of Huawei ecosystem which Huawei developed complete solutions for several scenarios. One of their ...

  9. IdeaPad tablets - Wikipedia

    The IdeaPad K1 was summarized by LAPTOP Magazine as offering “a strong mix of style, performance, and uniquely compelling enhancements to the Android 3.1 UI”. IdeaPad A1. The IdeaPad A1 Tablet was announced in September 2011. The PCWorld review indicated that the A1 would be the first 7-inch tablet prices at $200 or less.