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The Nextbook Ares 11 2 in 1 comes preinstalled with Android 5.0 Intel Atom Quad-Core 1.8GHz processor, 64GB of internal memory with a microSD card slot…
Now there’s an additional alternative provided by Lynktec. Lynktec created a tablet kickstand that rotates 360 degrees allowing multiple viewing angles..
SONY XPERIA Z3 TABLET COMPACT The Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact is one of the best tablets on the market today. It is a continued example of Sony’s eye to
It is official. Microsoft is opening their Office products to Android tablet users. For a couple of months, Microsoft had allowed select Android tablet users to preview and offer feedback
The Nexus 9 is already shaping up to be a top notch tablet, but with the addition of the keyboard accessory it can be so much more. The keyboard measures
In the market for a 4G connected Android tablet? Is T-Mobile one of the wireless providers on your radar? Perhaps you’ll be interested in checking out the Trio AXS 3G
Most of your favorite devices from companies like LG, Samsung and HTC may be manufactured in China, but these companies are all headquartered elsewhere. Today companies like Oppo, Meizu, Xiaomi
Famous French brand known as Archos decided to unveil their new line-up for 2014, which will be showcased at the Mobile World Congress 2014 in Barcelona. The line-up consists of
There were lots of great products unveiled Monday at CES 2014, but ASUS announced a real game-changer with the world’s first quad-core, dual operating system tablet/notebook convertible, the Transformer Book
Let’s be honest with ourselves here for a minute — using and app that was originally designed for the smaller screen of a smartphone on a tablet works, but it’s
As if we needed further proof that a new Nexus 10 might soon be on the horizon, the current model has been found to be out of stock. While it
Take a look at the video below and you’ll see it’s not much more than an extended sequence of events from the recent Droid Ultra and Droid Maxx commercials. If
Last year in February, ASUS officially announced the mysterious looking ASUS PadFone– a tablet/smartphone hybrid, and then in October came the PadFone 2, a new model with a better look