As the line between phones and tablets grows ever blurrier, we’re seeing some very unique devices hitting the market. The latest trend has been to release tablets with calling and SMS capabilities. Samsung started it with the Galaxy Note 8.0 and now Huawei has kept the ball rolling with the Huawei MediaPad 7 Vogue. This ... Read More »
The Verge reports that Vizio will be one of the first companies to produce a tablet powered by NVIDIA’s new Tegra 4 chip. Details are limited at this time, but the device will feature a 10-inch display with 2560 x 1600 resolution, and it will run a “bone stock” version of Android ... Read More »
Today ASUS announced the new Padfone 2, but just like the first device, it does not appear to be coming to the United States. The unique product once again combines a smartphone and a tablet, this time with a faster quad-core chip, LTE-equipped smartphone and a completely redesigned tablet.
ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih said, ”Our relentless drive ... Read More »
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Android fans holding out for a new Android tablet from HTC will be disappointed to hear that the company does not have plans to release any tablets in the near future. While talking about HTC’s tablet strategy, Jeff Gordon, HTC’s global online communications manager said ”It was a great learning experience for us, and they definitely met expectations.”
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Samsung has officially announced the S-Pen toting Galaxy Note 10.1, which will go on sale worldwide starting this month. No word on pricing was given in the press release, though we should learn those details very soon if the device is to go on sale this month.
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So I jumped the gun a bit last night in thinking that the BlueStacks Windows 8 integration was all that ASUS had meant with their cryptic teasers. Earlier today ASUS took the wraps off the ASUS Transformer AiO which is both a full Windows 8 all-in-one touchscreen desktop and a somewhat ... Read More »
According to Netbook News, Samsung has stopped production of the upcoming Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) tablet to beef up the innards of the device. Previously set for an early-May release with a dual-core processor, Samsung apparently wanted the Tab 2 to better compete with upcoming quad-core tablets. The rumor cites their source a Korean ... Read More »
The Apple iPad has a dominating market share lead over its Android tablet competition and things aren’t expected to change much this year with the introduction of the iPad 3. While most of us favor Android powered devices, it’s hard to deny that no Android manufacturer has been able to produce a tablet which can ... Read More »
It has been a while since ASUS unveiled the its tablet/phone hybrid PadFone. But at Mobile World Congress, the manufacturer has finally put an end to the waiting, officially announcing almighty ASUS PadFone will be released come April.
Expectations have changed over time, and this device is not as powerful as we used ... Read More »
It seems Barnes and Noble’s Nook Tablet isn’t too keen on being shown up by Amazon’s Kindle Fire in the sales department. The more-powerful Nook Tablet is certainly the better spec’d tablet on paper, and with only a $50 higher price tag, it probably should be selling more than it is. Nevertheless, ... Read More »