New details for an Asus ME172V suggest we should soon be in for a low-cost 7-inch Android tablet. Specifications, as obtained by Notebook Italia, are said to include a 7-inch 1024
Back in September, we reported that Google and ASUS are working on a $100 version of the Google Nexus 7, and then again in October, there were still reports floating
The tablet race tightens as Apple sees its lowest market share yet for the iPad.
Edit: And, just like that, the deal was over. Looks like there were only 3,000 available We’ll keep an eye out to see if this deal pops up again! Yes, we’ve
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A 32GB Nexus 7 was spied at an Office Depot over the weekend, adding more credibility to the rumors of it replacing the 16GB model. Priced at $249.99, the tablet
The playground will open with a new LG smartphone, Samsung tablet, and updated Asus offerings.
Asus has officially introduced its successor to last year’s phone/tablet combination experience that is the PadFone. Announced today, the PadFone 2 is a quad-core (1.5GHz Snapdragon S4) Android 4.0 Ice Cream
The 32GB flavor of the Nexus 7 tablet looks to be more official today as multiple online retailers are found to list the device ahead of its announcement. Assuming there
Back in July, ASUS released a statement that they will launch Jelly Bean update for their Transformer line of tablets i.e. Transformer Pad, Transformer Pad Prime, and Transformer Pad Infinity. ASUS was
Google may introduce a $100 Android Nexus tablet by the end of 2012, according to new reports. The move, if true, could really help push Google’s tablet effort out in
A new ASUS tablet has made its way into the FCC which may turn out to be a successor to last year’s Transformer Pad. Bearing the model number of TF500T,
We’ve got three Tegra 3-powered devices burning holes in our pockets. Who wants one?
Google Nexus 7 is the latest bomb dropped by Google at the Android tablet market, and the explosion actually affected a lot of people, that’s why it ran out of