3D Tablet

Samsung confirms no 3D in Galaxy S III or other devices

Samsung no doubt makes some of the best Android smartphones and tablets available. Their new flagship, the Galaxy S III has seen a rumor or two suggesting 3D capabilities with dual-cameras and glasses-free 3D displays. The entire thought of 3D might sound like a good idea to some, and a bad one to others. Today Samsung has squashed that rumor and put their foot down.

GADMEI 8″ glasses-free 3D tablet can be yours for $199

First off let me start by saying I'm still not really sold on this mobile 3D technology even though I did enjoy reviewing the HTC EVO 3D. What we have for you today is really interesting though because it has some impressive specs on a full HD 8" 1280 x 800 resolution display all rocking glasses-free 3D. The downside is only Android 2.3 Gingerbread on board but I'm sure a few XDA developers could change that. Check out the full specs, pictures, and video below.

Asus 3D Android Tablet to be shown at Milan Design Week

Are you going to the Milan Design Week in April? Asus plans to be there to show some exciting new innovations from team AsusUK. According to a tweet by @AsusUK they will be there and they mentioned showing a "Design Concept or Innovative Display?" We get to decide, I have a feeling they will have some fancy 3D Android and Windows 7 tablets for us to drool over.

Sprint to launch EVO line of Tablets and 3D Phones

The talk of the town this weekend is that Sprint is rumored to be launching a new tablet based on the EVO line of Android handsets. The EVO View is likely to come with a dual core Tegra 2 dual core processor and could be a CDMA version of the HTC Flyer. In addition, Sprint is looking to add 3D to it's next generation EVO cellphones which will be aptly named the EVO 3D. And it may even run on 4G.

Asus Quad Core Tablet with 3D display hinted

Fresh off the news that Asus is coming out with three new tablets running Honeycomb, comes the news that 3D may be a feature on a future tablet which also has a quad core processor. The hint comes from a chat with CEO Jerry Chen where he claims that part of the company's plans for 2011 is to introduce a 3D tablet with a Quad-core processor. The tablet is rumored to be made by the same company that builds the LG Optimus Pad since it will have a 3D screen. And since Asus is wall to wall with Honeycomb now, there's not need to assume they will change course unless Google releases a new OS flavor by then.

Slashgear gets a close look at the T-Mobile/LG G-Slate

T-Mobile is showcasing it's LG designed G-Slate at MWC this week.  It's a mid-range tablet with a nice 8.9 inch screen, fitting it nicely in between the 7 inch pocket and the beefier 10 inch category.  Specs include running a Tegra 2 processor for around 1Ghz in processing power and running Android 3.0 (honeycomb) which is as standard as iOS 4 is to the iPad now.   But it also has 3D which could make the viewing experience quite interesting.

LG Optimus Pad Hands-on

There are so many Honeycomb driven tablets coming out at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, that it's almost becoming ho-hum.  But SlashGear came across the LG Optimus Pad and found it surprisingly refreshing. But with it's glossy LED screen, that may not last long.

i-Station Z3D Tablet Is 3D Enabled

Who can say that a 7 inch tablet, running Android wouldn't be cool with 3D? That is correct, get out your polarized glasses on and let the screen come to life. Having to wear glasses is a big downfall, after hearing that Nintendo, and Sharp have been working on 3D devices that will work without glasses. The 3D tablet will be running Android 2.1 (upgrading to 2.2 and possibly 3.0) and will have full 1080p HD support with a resolution of 800x480.