Tagged: Android 3.1 Honeycomb
might be halted in Australia but quickly learned they will continue as planned and go on sale shortly.
$299 at Target that price only comes after you use a $100 gift card you receive when you buy the tablet. The Toshiba Thrive is just $368 at Walmart, and $369 at Amazon making it a pretty sweet deal.
Newegg.com, the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 has a little $70 dollar savings attached to it. While this isn't actually $70 off they are offering a free gift card worth $70 dollars with the purchase of the tablet. Although you still pay full price you'll have a gift card to buy accessories, cases, or anything computer related as Newegg sales a ton of great stuff at exceptional prices.
back in May we heard ASUS had something special in the works and later the press photos were leaked of what they are calling the ASUS Padfone. According to Alex Sun, head of their Personal Mobile Device Department, the Padfone will in fact be launching with Android 2.4 (or 4.0) Ice Cream Sandwich.
unveiled back at CES2011 has seen a bit of attention over the past few weeks, and with good reason. Some new information is suggesting we may see the nifty slider tablet as soon as September. We have heard a lot about it over the last month or so and regarding a release date the last comments claimed it was being delayed until Fall.
fatwallet and Target is offering the Acer Iconia A500 Android Honeycomb tablet for just $399 and it comes with a free $100 gift card. So while it's not technically $299 you save $100 because you then get to go on a little Target shopping spree with that gift card. I'd be heading to the graphic T-shirt isle right away myself.
Crazy Colors LWP. This is another one of my recent favorites from the excellent developer maxelus.net and it really makes your phone or tablet almost come to life. The quick and crazy movements in color gives your device some excitement and you can control the colors with the touch of your finger.
back at MWC2011 I'm sure everyone was just as excited as we all were. Since then it has been redesigned and is much thinner, lighter, and faster. I've had a chance to play with the new Galaxy Tab 10.1 4G LTE model over the past week or so and so far I absolutely love it. Our first look at the Tab 10.1 in depth was when we reviewed the Google I/O Limited Edition and it sure was a beauty but now we have the same awesome design with Verizon Wireless 4G LTE imbedded inside. Great combination right?