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Sony Xperia Tablet Z: The “world’s slimmest tablet” at 6.9mm, 10.1-inch 1920×1200 display, quad-core, 2GB RAM, and waterproof for $499
If you haven’t already noticed, MWC is currently underway at Barcelona for the next few days and we’re seeing A LOT of tablets. But in the now-flooded market of touchscreen tablets, one sticks out as being one of the more lust-worthy devices of the show.
Not only is the Sony [...]Read More »
Samsung officially unveils Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet: 8-inch 1280×800 display, 1.6GHz quad-core processor, and the ability to use it as a comically large phone
After all the leaks and rumors, Samsung has finally officially shown off its latest addition to the Galaxy family: the Galaxy Note 8.0. The Note 8.0 slides right in nicely with Samsung’s current lineup, coming in between the smaller Galaxy Note II (5.5-inch) and the larger Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet.[...]Read More »
Need a cheap tablet? HP’s $169 Slate7 tablet is coming in April — runs stock Android and has microSD expansion slot
In 2010 HP bought Palm to try to make a push into the mobile market with Palm OS. That all came to an abrupt stop when HP decided to discontinue Palm OS devices. (Why they decided that, I will never know.) Now, however, HP is looking to get back in [...]Read More »
The Nexus 7 is a killer 7-inch tablet that gained the world’s attention earlier this year by having a low price tag but still being a top-quality tablet. Google has now refreshed the Nexus 7, maybe in answer to the competition (namely Kindle Fire HD and iPad Mini) or maybe [...]Read More »
Google announces $399 Nexus 10 with 2560×1600 10-inch display (300 ppi) — the first real iPad killer (potentially)
Hurricane Sandy may have ruined Google’s press meet today but that didn’t keep the tech giant from officially releasing the details on its much-leaked, much-anticipated Nexus 10. And boy is it a tablet.
The Nexus 10 is a follow-up to the very successful Nexus 7 tablet Google featured earlier this [...]Read More »
Amazon is working on five to six new Kindle Fire tablets (including a 10 inch model), will be released by September
Kindle Fire, the 7 inch tab that took the tablet world by semi-storm in 2011, may be no longer be an only child. It is being reported by Reuters that an executive at Staples, a retailer that sells the Kindle Fire, has revealed there will be “five or six tablet [...]Read More »