ASUS has taken the high-end Android tablet market by storm. There’s already two Transformer tablets on the market, and another premium device is coming soon. That makes four Transformers in total, all varying in specs and price. So where does the ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 fit in? Let’s find out.
Time and time again, Android’s demise is spelled out by bloggers all across the globe. Whether it’s because of a lack of revenue generated by Android itself, fragmentation, a new iPhone or a patent lawsuit, someone, somewhere is always predicting Android is on the way out. Well if you haven’t noticed, that’s far from reality. ... Read More »
When the new iPad (3rd generation) debuted a week ago, anyone who went hands-on with the slate went gaga over the high-resolution Retina display. The “Mac Press” sang the usual praises about how Apple has done it again, and how they’ve raised the bar to another unachievable high for rival manufacturers. But that’s not quite ... Read More »
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Amazon changed the tablet market with its Kindle Fire. Around 5-6 million units were sold just during the 4th quarter of 2011, quickly propelling Amazon to the #2 spot in tablet sales, behind Apple’s iPad. According to recent rumors, Amazon plans to continue its success by adding at least two more ... Read More »
Well, Apple certainly pissed off our friends at NVIDIA yesterday when they claimed the quad-core graphics in the A5X processor found in the new iPad offers 4 times the graphical prowess of the 12-core GPU in NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 platform. Since Apple failed to produce any benchmarking data on which they’re basing ... Read More »
Torrent remote controllers, applications that give you access to various torrent clients on your PC from your Android device, are nothing new. However, a bona fide torrent client for Android is. Imagine being able to download and seed any and all types of files directly from your Android device. It may seem a little far ... Read More »
Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been nothing short of a monstrous success. The device ruled the web during the biggest shopping season of the year in 2011, and took a huge chunk of the overall tablet market despite being available for only six weeks (almost seven) before the calendar closed out. So just how much of ... Read More »
By now, you hopefully already know about the ASUS MeMO 370T. On paper, the MeMO 370T is a spec’d out 7-inch slate that features nVidia’s powerful Tegra 3 quad-core system on a chip. This tablet screams top-of-the-line, yet ASUS will offer the tablet to consumer for $250. Why would they price this thing ... Read More »
Affordable tablets are the boom lately, and Coby is trying to take a shot at this specific market. These tablets are definitely not high-end, but even at their low price they seem a bit expensive compared to other affordable devices out there. Not to mention that the specs are not very impressive.
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Huawei has yet to release their breakthrough product in the US market, but that hasn’t stopped them from continuing their quest to deliver relevant Android products in a fashionable way. Just take the MediaPad for example. Originally launched in June of 2011, it was the first 7-inch tablet to deliver Android 3, Honeycomb, and looked ... Read More »