Tag "7-inch tablet"
Own a Nexus 7, Kindle Fire, Samsung Galaxy Tab, or some other 7-inch tablet? What are you using to protect it when on the go? Surely, you’re not simply carrying
Samsung is rolling right along as they continue to provide a growing list of various devices to users, and today they have announced pricing for three devices that are being
Samsung announced on Monday that the new generation of Samsung Galaxy Tab will arrive starting in May. Known as the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, the 7-inch Android tablet will come
ASUS will reportedly introduce a low cost 7-inch Android tablet in the second quarter, advises Bulgarian tech site Tablet.bg. How low cost? Well, the phrase “ultra-budget” is being tossed around
Samsung is reported to be developing a 7-inch Android tablet that will undercut the price of the Nexus 7 and Kindle Fire HD. That is, of course, provided you believe
Polaroid today announced a new Android based tablet, a 7-inch experience aimed at younger children. Powered by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the unnamed device comes loaded with 35 premium apps (all full versions), including Dr.
Head to Google.com today and you’ll find an advertisement for the Nexus 7. Big deal, right? Actually, yeah, it is. Google doesn’t advertise their Nexus devices all that often and
With the Nexus 7, Google raises the bar for Android tablets and consumer expectations.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIFVB5SGPVY&feature=youtu.be&a[/youtube] We recently had the pleasure of spending the weekend with the Matrix One tablet and documented our experience for your consideration. While it may not be the most glamorous
Why buy a 4.0 tablet for $200 when Idolian Mobile will sell you two?
For Toshiba’s next tablet, the company is going back to the same well that brought us the original Thrive. The hardware maker recently introduced its new 7-inch LT170, with a
We first heard whispers about Google launching their own tablet, which might go under the Nexus name, about three months ago. Digitimes claimed a few weeks later that the device
Samsung follows up their first-ever Android tablet with an Ice Cream Sandwich experience.