Early last month we heard that HTC’s focus for 2012 would be more on quality than quantity. While HTC delivered impressive numbers throughout most of 2011, it became obvious that HTC had spread itself too thin later in the year with the number of different handsets the company pushed out.
Before this news was simply ... Read More »
After an under-performing 2011, Korean-based LG is trying to start the year by stepping up its game and introducing its first 4G LTE tablet – The Optimus Pad LTE.
The Optimus Pad LTE has an 8.9-inch True HD IPS display (1280x768p) and measures a mere 9.3 mm in thinness. It also weighs ... Read More »
Lenovo has just announced their IdeaTab S2, a keyboard docking Ice Cream Sandwich tablet set to go head to head with ASUS’ Transformer devices.
Coming in at a familiar 10.1-inches, the IdeaTab S2 is Lenovo’s stunningly gorgeous attempt at a tablet with a keyboard dock. Along with an extra 10 hours of battery ... Read More »
We were expecting to see the WiFi-only Xyboard make an appearance at CES this week anyway, but apparently Motorola wanted to get out ahead of the madness; they’ve already popped up for pre-order on the Motorola’s store.
For our European readers this is old hat. Motorola has offered them over there as the ... Read More »
You may remember that affordable $100 tablet we covered a few weeks ago, the Ainovo Novo7. This mid-tier tablet beat everyone else in the race to release with Android 4.0, including the ASUS Transformer Prime. It was released in China, but getting it to the states cost ... Read More »
As the tablet market keeps growing, more and more affordable options have shown up. Just a year ago, these handy devices were brand new, most of them sporting a price tag no lower than $500. Of course, there were some low-cost options back them, but most of them were hardly even worth mentioning. The specs ... Read More »
Despite multiple lawsuits and the odds against it, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been one of the most (if not the most) popular Android tablets to date. But as with every device Samsung releases, there’s always a bigger and badder sequel right around the corner. And the follow up to the Tab 10.1 sounds ... Read More »
At their Adobe MAX conference in early October, Adobe announced they would be releasing a suite of tablet-optimized versions of their popular graphic design and photo editing tools on Honeycomb tablets. This announcement was widely acclaimed, as it would most notably bring a feature rich version of Adobe’s Photoshop application for the low, ... Read More »
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The Amazon Kindle Fire is just one day away from release. This 7-inch, $200 tablet actually started shipping today for some consumers, and the review embargo has just been lifted. Select websites have posted their full reviews, which should ease some doubtful minds. If you’re wondering whether this tablet is worth your cash ... Read More »
HTC is undoubtedly thinking about 2012. This year was great, but next year shows more potential with quad-core processors, Ice Cream Sandwich and even better technology on the horizon. Companies will have to step up their game, especially with Windows 8 tablets entering the arena.
The tablet market is not exactly the ... Read More »