Fox News Installs 55-Inch Tablets to Make Their New Set Impressive


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The technology is converting into small gadgets and now people avoid using large devices. For instance, the desktop computers have almost converted into tablets. This is how the world is heading toward modern technological gadgets. Recently, Fox News, a famous electronic media channel, has installed 55-inch tablets on their new set. This is for the first time when we see such a large-sized tablet ever.

There are millions of smartphone lovers across the globe and they all wish to grab latest handsets before their friends. Despite of this fact, there is no dearth of people who love to use tablet computers. More or less, a tab eliminates the need of a personal computing device. This could be the reason why tablets are getting famous with great speed.

New News Deck studio of Fox News flaunts gigantic 55-inch tablets which is probably the most exclusive thing to see on any television channel. We cannot say anything for sure about whata??s running inside those giants. However, it is good to see such large touchscreen devices operating for any news company.

Of course, this new enhancement will increase the number of viewers who like to watch news 24/7. People like to watch television channels that portray the best picture of reality. This could be the reason why Fox news is becoming one of the most reliable sources for getting information about current affairs.

No further info is available in the specs of OS of these 55-inch tablets; however, we will let you know as soon as get anything important in this regard.

Via: Engadget


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2 Responses

  1. Emily

    10/09/2013, 10:11 pm

    OMG! They look horrible. 😛 No one except television channels suppose to use such large tablets.

  2. Guest

    10/09/2013, 10:13 pm

    Good initiative taken by Fox News. Expectedly, other channels will also follow their footsteps.


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