The current generation of Android Smart Watches are designed to work in conjunction with a smart phone or tablet.
Android smart phones and tablets support three broad categories of sensors:
- Motion sensors e.g G sensor
- Position sensors e.g. GPS
- Environmental sensors e.g Barometer
Most Android devices are equipped with Bluetooth.
Bluetooth is a wireless networking protocol (like WIFI) designed to quickly and automatically connect devices like printers, PDAs,
Cameras to computers, and to each other without wires.
Common Bluetooth applications are: Continue reading
So what are the differences between these tablets, and are these differences important to you? Continue reading
One of the common problems encountered with Android tablets and phones is the lack of storage space.
Android devices come with Internal storage i.e. an Internal hard disk.
This is usually between 4-32GB depending on your device. Continue reading