Nokia will show your tablet

Nokia is trying to offer its tablet customers. Journalists from The Verge have been able to obtain specification information and prototype photos. The tablet looks like a magnified Nokia Lumia.

Nokia Tablet with which it intends to launch in September this year. Probably will have a diagonal screen of 10 “, FullHD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and design taken from the Lumia smartphone series.

Photo showing the back of the tablet was published in the Chinese technology portal, digi-wo. Due to the low quality of the photographs and the lack of confirmation from Nokia, it is not known whether this is a photo of a true prototype.

It is known that the tablet is to have a depth less than the iPad, and will weigh about half a kilo. Buyers will be able to choose the color of the housing. The camera matrix installed in the device will have 6 MPX. The four-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor and 2 GB of RAM will work seamlessly.

Only 2 hours a day with a tablet in hand?

The American Academy of Pediatrics claims that children should not spend long periods of time in front of computer screens or tablets, and should be limited to a maximum of two hours a day.

Dr. Victor Strasburger, the author of the new recommendations, believes that this is the optimal length of time that young people spend with electronic devices, since in the case of prolonged contact, they can have harmful effects. According to the doctor, excessive use of equipment can lead to sleep problems, which in turn is likely to cause deterioration in learning outcomes.

The Strasburger advises to ban teenagers from using computers and television in their bedrooms, and also set a 2-hour limit on Internet usage, social media, smartphones and TV viewing.

The Academy’s new policy is the result of a 2010 study showing that Americans ages 8 to 18 spend at least 7 hours a day entertaining each day.

In principle, the proposal is not at all bad. Today’s youth really spend all day with computers, consoles and smartphones, the world beyond them not seeing. Many have not read a book for a long time, let alone the fact that hardly anyone cares about physical fitness. Such limitations could therefore only come out for good.