Announced in May 2012, the Lenovo S2109 features a 9.7 inch multitouch touchscreen and a beautiful UNIBODY design. The device is set to run Android 4.0 Ice cream sandwich, although not the latest but there are still devices out there that are still not blessed by it.
The long awaited tablet by Asus and Google has finally been released. Being sold at just 200$ for 8 gigabyte version and 250$ a piece for the 16 gigabyte version it is surely going to give competitors a run for their money. With its sleek design and a powerful display covered with a corning gorilla […]
Sony has announced that it will release 2 Android 3.0 powered tablets this fall.Interestingly, both these tablets have a unique form factor. The S1 has a 9.4 inch capacitive touchscreen display and resembles a folded magazine according to Engadget as it has a wedge-shaped edge. It will feature dual cameras (one on either side) and […]
If you want to get yourself a multi-purpose tablet, the options are far from limited, though most of them are prised at $499 there aren’t many options if you want to get a tablet for less than that. Luckily, Archos has launched its new Multimedia Tabblet with a pretty impressive pricetag.For just $220 ,you get an Android […]
Adobe has finally released the much anticipated Flash 10.2 for tablet PC running Android HoneyComb OS. The new version is optimized to make use of the hardware with the new tablets to provide smooth playback of Flash content from websites and applications.
HTC is joining the tablet club with the release of a 7-inch Android tablet names HTC Flyer. This aluminium tablet packs enough horse power to compare the likes of the Motorola Xoom, iPad 2 or Galaxy 2 Tab, however lack of support for Android 3.0 HoneyComb is a failure. We have the complete specs list […]
Samsung has today announced the detailed specifications alongwith initial impressions of their new Galaxy Tablet that features a larger 10.1 inch display and encloses the Nvidia Tegra 2 dual-core processor. The new generation tablet that s built around Google’s Android 3.0 HoneyComb OS is eyeing Apple’s iPad 2 and Motorola’s XOOM as its competitors.
Onkyo is the next company to arrive with a Nvidia Tegra 2 powered Tablet that runs Google Android 2.2 OS. Although most of the manufacturers are holding their products to be launched at CES this year. However the tablet is embarassingly identical to the models already available from big players.
A guy named Wilson has managed to hack the 11.6 inch ExoPC Tablet successfully to run Android 2.2. The hack shows Froyo running on the device but it’s only a matter of time that you’ll see Honeycomb on it (which is designed especially for tablets). The ExoPC is available at Microsoft Store with Windows 7 […]
The 11.6 inch Windows 7 tablet by ExoPC, named Ciara VIBE, is now available for pre-order at Microsoft store. These tablets will start shipping very soon and there’s a chance you may get it before new year eve. You can pre-order your device for $699 at this link.