Proud owners of the ASUS Eee Pad Transformer have been very happy with their overall tablet experience. The Honeycomb tablet has great specs, an awesome price and a very convenient Keyboard dock. What else can you ask for? Not much, except Netflix support.
Samsung has just posted a teaser video for an announcement they are to make at IFA in Berlin. We usually have an idea of what a company might be releasing when set to make an announcement, but we’re left a little clueless on this one.
The commercial displays people walking around with a device that ... Read More »
Current tablets are fun and Tegra 2 processors can hold their own, but there’s always room for improvement. Most of us have been waiting for those quad-core Tegra 3 tablets to show up, but we’ve seen nothing of them yet. They should now be close at hand, and according to Fudzilla’s ... Read More »
As much as Google wants manufacturers to just be happy with how Honeycomb has turned out, some people can’t leave it alone. Most of the changes manufacturers have made to Android 3.x have been relatively subtle–not completely destroying the OS like phone UIs we know. It looks like Sony’s changes to Honeycomb 3.2, coming soon ... Read More »
Dell has been making some good Android devices, but none are as impressive as they could be. The commonly-known PC manufacturer is expected to strengthen their efforts in the Android market with the release of the Dell Streak 10 Pro. This tablet will be the first Honeycomb device manufactured by Dell, and it ... Read More »
Everyone and their mother uses Facebook (literally), including tablet owners. The official Facebook app is not optimized for Honeycomb devices, though, and tablet users have resorted to third-party Facebook apps for their day-to-day networking. Friendcaster Tab is the first Facebook app to be tablet-optimized, but the fact is it left much to be desired. Many ... Read More »
When it comes to design, Autodesk products are definitely among the best. All engineers, architects, designers, etc. have had a taste of programs like AutoCAD and Maya (among others). Truth is, the average Joe usually doesn’t need such tools and tends to ignore them. Though their products tend to be complicated and confusing to most ... Read More »
HTC fans will be happy to know the Taiwan-based manufacturer is soon to release a Honeycomb tablet in the U.S. We’ve heard about the HTC Puccini before, and the rumors are now confirmed; it is indeed headed to AT&T. This tablet has just been filed on the FCC, proving it does come with ... Read More »
CES brought an onslaught of tablets. Over 50 were announced. The “Tablet Wars” got quite intense during the first month of 2011, but it sure seems things are calming down as more Android tablets are released. According to Digitimes, this is not just our imagination. Manufacturers are actually starting to back off tablet ... Read More »
Everyone is jumping on the Honeycomb tablet bandwagon, but many manufacturers are simply not known for making high-end products. Such as Huawei, famous for making entry-level smartphones. Could it be Huawei is about to step it up in the tablet market? It sure seems they’re working on a very good tablet: the Huawei MediaPad.