HTC Puccini tablet is now showing its face for the camera and we've also learned it will be called the HTC Jetstream over on AT&T. Check out the pictures after the break.
Tagged: Android 3.2 Honeycomb
see our review) and this time around they are first again. This is not only the first 7" Honeycomb tablet, but the A100 is also the first device to ship with Android 3.2 Honeycomb on board stock. We've been enjoying this little portable tablet for the past week or so and today we have a few more details and pictures for you all to enjoy.
went on a firesale and is now in the bargain bin. The specs compare to that of the HTC Sensation with that 1.2 Ghz dual-core Qualcomm processor, but with a 9.7" 1024x768 IPS display. All that running Android sounds like something I'd be okay with.
1saleaday.com but you better hurry as there is only a few hours left. While this isn't a HP Touchpad for $100 who wants webOS? I sure don't and I'd much rather run Android. You all agree right?
HTC Puccini tablet. This time we now have what appears to be the official name and it will be known as the HTC Jetstream on AT&T. We saw plenty of screenshots at the first of the month but these latest images show the name as well as plenty of AT&T branding.
Acer devices both called Iconia Tab, each of them then having a more specific name with either A100 or A500. We've got reviews of both of these devices as well as a full spec rundown so that YOU can make the right decision if the decision is indeed staying inside the Acer family for a tablet this Summer/Autumn. Will you go with the big-time 10-inch tablet, or the uniquely sized 7-inch tablet, both of them featuring Android Honeycomb?
Motorola Xoom and the ASUS Transformer we haven't heard anything regarding the Acer A500 Tablet. It was updated to Android 3.1 back in July but appears to be a little late to the 3.2 party. Users wont need to wait much longer because we may see the update in August.
SlashGear got their first formal look at the Acer Iconia Tab A500, the very first 7-inch tablet running Android 3.2 Honeycomb on the market - and indeed the first 7-inch tablet running any version of Honeycomb on the market, when you think about it. The box for this A100 tablet looks essentially the same as the A500 bigger brother, from the way the top opens to how the the device sits in the cardboard. Holding this device in your hands feels very similar to holding a very tiny version of the A500 version while certainly more refined than the original Samsung Galaxy Tab 7-inch - rounded corners and everything.