Samsung may unveil 12inch Windows 10 Tablet

After the successful(?) launch of the 12 inch Apple iPad Pro, rumours are doing the round of a potential 12 inch Samsung Galaxy tablet running Windows 10. The Samsung SM-W700 will be Samsungs very first tablet to run the Windows operating system. (Perhaps this will pave the way for a Windows based Samsung mobile?)

The spec of the new W700 are thought to be:

  • Intel core processor
  • At least 4GB RAM
  • 2 or 4K resolution
  • Bluetooth 4.1

An interoperability certificate supporting the rumour was logged on the 18th of November


The W700 is expected to be unveiled in the early part of 2016, perhaps we will see it at this years CES?

The only other 12 inch Windows 10 tablet believed to currently be in development is the Toshiba tablet unveiled at last years IFA event in Berlin. If you want to read more about the Toshiba ‘featherlight’ tablet, the lucky guys over at the verve managed to get their hands on one back in September and published this review.

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DataVis RoadSync – Exchange ActiveSync for Android based devices

RoadVisI have recently acquired a HTC Dream phone, which as you may know runs the ‘Android’ operating system. Which currently has no built in ActiveSync support. which is where RoadSync comes in. 

RoadSync is supports 6 six different operating systems on more the 100+ devices. It connects direct to your companies exchange server, so doesn’t need any other applications running on either your server or PC.

Key Features:

  • Direct Push
  • Remote Wipe
  • Global Address List Look-up
  • Subfolders & Attachments
  • HTML E-mail
  • Tasks
  • Contact Photos
  • Auto-Discovery of Settings
RoadSync is available to download direct from the Android market place, and comes as a 15 day free trial. DataVis currently have an introductory offer price of $9.99 on the full version (normally $19.99). So it’s worth grabbing your copy as soon as possible!
Screen shots:


I have only been using the application for a day now, but as I am away from the office all next week it will be a good test on its usability.
If you know of any alternatives, leave a comment to this post.

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