Samsung may soon introduce a new, high-resolution member of the Galaxy Tab, if rumors prove to be correct. Reportedly, details for a GT-P8200 have been spotted and point to a 10-inch tablet with a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution display. Given this is the same …
Sony will release a new Android-based tablet to complement the recently announced Xperia Z smartphone, according to rumors hitting the internet. Said to feature the same design aesthetics as the handset, the 10.1-inch (‘Pollux’) tablet is expected to launch in Japan first, followed by China, …
Google and Samsung are partnering for a super-tablet that will knock the iPad completely out of the mobile space, according to new reports. Ok, so maybe not exactly. But forreals, CNET is advising that the two are collaborating on a 10.1-inch tablet that will have …
Is Samsung really about to announce yet another Galaxy Tab?
With a savings of $150 off its normal price, the Lenovo tablet will be tough to pass up.
The “Lighter and Brighter” tablet arrives mid-November alongside a smaller, more portable sibling.
T-Mobile announced via Facebook that they will be offering the 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet. Stopping short of anything juicy (price, date) we don’t even know if this means a Wi-Fi version or one that’s subsidized with a contract. We’d love to see something …
Toshiba is at IFA today, pulling the curtain back on a new 10.1-inch tablet. Expected to ship by the end of this year, it features a 1280X800 display, dual-core 1.2GHz processor, up to 64GB internal storage, 5-megapixel camera, and 2-megapixel front-facing camera. Coming in with …
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