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Ever since hearing about the LG G-Slate at CES a few weeks ago, I’ve been anxious to get my eyes on the actual hardware. We know it runs on Tmobile’s HSPA+ network, it’s rumored to have 3D out the wazoo, and of course it has Honeycomb, but other than that, we havent seen an actual LG G-Slate tablet. Until now, that is.
[Tablet_AIO_Image_FINAL] MSI has pulled off the covers for its WindPad 100A tablet. It runs Android (unclear which version) with a 10.1-inch touchscreen, GPS, and of course WiFi. There’s also some 3G compatibility, but no announcements regarding carriers.
If you’ve ever been over to NextBookUsa.com, then you have seen the NEXT series of netbooks. Now, they are expanding and adding two capacitive touch-screen models to its quickly growing line of sleek, lightweight Nextbook Android tablet computers.
We already saw the ‘Evolution of tablets’ video passing by, but Motorola seems to bring a whole new goodie at the CES in 2011, according to their website. It’s actually just a countdown to the CES but it has something fascinating with it, due to all the mysterious stuff around it.
Huge news coming out of the eReader market today surrounding the NOOKcolor’s Android 2.2 update. According to Smartphone Magazine, the update coming in January 2011 may possibly bring the Android Market along for the ride.
Huawei hasn’t been the best with tablets as of late, but they might be turning it around soon. Check out this video of the Huawei S7, an Android tab that’s running an unknown version of Android (most likely 1.6) and it has multitouch. Now, multitouch may not be that uncommon for us, with our Evos and Galaxy Tabs, but this is one of the higher end Huawei tablets we’ve seen with multitouch. Hopefully Huawei doesn’t contradict the whole thing by using a resistive touch screen. Only time will tell.
Notion Ink has just confirmed the pre-sales of their Android-based Adam tablet will begin today. The Tegra 2 powered device will first be offered to registered users from the blog with general public following six hours later.
Forget that Gingerbread stuff from earlier today – Honeycomb is the new hotness. Already. Andy Rubin, the father of Android, was speaking tonight at D: Dive Into Mobile where he
We don’t even have an announcement for Android 2.3 yet we’re already hearing about Android 3.0 ‘Honeycomb’. According to a tweet from mobile-review (Eldar Murtazin), Motorola is prepping their first
Samsung released the open source code of their Galaxy Tab OS to any and all interested parties to grab.
Sorry to beat you guys over the head with Sylvania tablet articles, but we just came across a few details we’d not seen elsewhere. According to the Hasting’s Black Friday ad, the 7-inch tablet is alleged to feature a 1GHz ARM 11 Processor, 256MB RAM, and an 18GB hard drive.
Is Samsung already working on a Tab 2, well of course they are. The truth is these things aren’t made over night, they take a lot of time to develop.
Yes folks, there’s yet another Android tablet coming. This one is interesting in that it appears to be a Galaxy Tab knock-off. Although the hardware isn’t exactly low-end stuff, the $180 price is enough to garner second looks.
Want some news about LG’s new Android tablet powerhouse? Last we heard from the Korean tech giant LG, it was scrapping plans for Froyo and looking forward to a more
Following the release of their Archos 43 internet tablet yesterday, Archos has just dropped the new 7-inch model in their store. The 8GB Archos 70 tablet runs Android 2.2 and retails for a very reasonable $279.99.