Among the plethora of new devices unveiled during Samsung’s event in London today, the Samsung ATIV Q is certainly one of the most intriguing. Yes, there are a handful of people on the planet who would love to take pictures with a mirrorless DSLR running Android, but a laptop/tablet hybrid running Windows 8 and Android ... Read More »
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It’s been a year since the debut of the Nexus 7, so it shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone what Google and Asus are gearing up to launch its successor. The ASUS Nexus K009 tablet has made its way through the FCC with documentation which lists quite a few of the device’s internal components. ... Read More »
Though Toshiba largely swung and missed with the Thrive line of tablets, they’re going all in on a new line of tablets in the Excite line. Toshiba apparently listened to consumer feedback from the Thrive, and has traded in the bulky, port-heavy body for an extremely thin chassis. The Excite will come in ... Read More »
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Amazon told us the Kindle Fire was their best selling product on Black Friday and now some early Q4 numbers have arrived. A new report from iSuppli estimates that Amazon will ship 3.9 million units before the end of the year and Digitimes says that number could climb to as ... Read More »
After an endless stream of possible launch dates passed our desk, we have finally been given the expected North American retail availability of the ASUS Transformer Prime. A representative from ASUS has just informed us that we should expect retail and etail availability of the Transformer Prime to start the “week of December 19 ... Read More »
Details are still scarce at this hour, but stories have begun to break from Korea that Samsung just announced their first mobile processor to feature ARM’s Cortex-A15 core. The new dual-core Exynos 5250 is built on Samsung’s 32nm-low power HKMG process, and it will run at speeds up to 2 GHz.
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Today Lenovo announced a trio of upcoming Android tablets that are initially destined for China, but given the company’s history we expect to see them eventually land in the United States. Lenovo previously launched the IdeaPad and Thinkpad tablets earlier this year and sales weren’t that great, so hopefully the new models can turn ... Read More »
Amazon Kindle Fire unboxing and specs don’t matter, but ecosystem and price will push it past iPad sales
Can the Amazon Kindle Fire really outsell Apple’s iPad2? After spending less than a day with the $199 Kindle Fire, I believe Amazon will pull it off. And I think it will happen much sooner than many analyst are thinking.
As many bloggers have been discussing this week, hardware specs don’t really matter with a ... Read More »
ASUS finally revealed the Transformer Prime specs this week, but unfortunately the release date was pushed back to December. If you are patiently waiting to pick up the first Tegra 3-powered device, then you might want to head over to Brazilian blog ZTOP for some early hands-on treatment of the world’s ... Read More »
ASUS already told us about their Transformer Prime launch event on November 9, but many of us are still waiting to find out exactly when the world’s first quad-core Android tablet will go on sale in the US. According to the latest rumor from Fuad Abazovic of Fudzilla, we should expect ... Read More »