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E FUN’s latest Premium Special Edition Android tablet, the Premium 7SE, runs $130 and can be found all over the place. The 7-inch tablet runs Android 4.0 and comes with
We just received an email from Amazon inviting us to a September 6 press conference. Considering we’re known as an Android site and not just one that covers e-readers or
Watch out Asus, Archos is gunning for you and your tablet form factor. Today, as expected, Archos introduced its next series of Android tablets in the Gen10 ARCHOS 101 XS.
AT&T has seemingly stopped offering discounted tablets with two-year service agreements, according to details obtained by Engadget. We’ve long said that carriers are silly to ask consumers to purchase tablets
It’s hard to imagine anything but a Galaxy Note 10.1 for the upcoming event.
Earlier in July, Archos launched the Archos 9.7 Carbon Android tablet which is yet another cheap tablet with hardly mind blowing specs. However, now the tablet is available for purchase
Casio today announced a pair of Android tablets designed for business users who find themselves in the field on a regular basis. Built around the idea of keeping things Smart
Amazon’s Kindle Fire is already feeling the heat from the Nexus 7.
Toshiba is one of the leading brands in the world of technology, especially when we talk about laptops. They made an entry in Android tablet market a few years ago,
When Amazon launched the Kindle Fire, they actually made a big breakthrough in the tablet market, bringing a tablet with so much potential and a small price tag. And we
Perhaps one of the most polarizing tablets we’ve encountered, the Excite 13 is certainly niche. Right for some, totally wrong for everyone else.
Priced to sell, the Premium 8 SE falls in between e-readers and offerings from companies like Samsung.
Verizon today announced that their Motorola Xoom 3G/4G will finally see its Android 4.0 update in but a few days time. As detailed by Verizon this afternoon, the Ice Cream
It seems that ViewSonic is not the only one that will be introducing new stuff at the Computex on June 5, as ASUS is also planning to bring some new