android tablet

Intel prepping a selection of Bay Trail Atom tablets by years end

While much of the tech world has been focused on what Apple was doing today, they weren't the only company showing off new technology. Looking aside from the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, there was also the Intel Developer Forum keynote which took place today in San Francisco. Intel had a few interesting topics of discussion, one of which was Android tablets with prices below $100.

NVIDIA Tegra Tab FCC filing reveals specs and features

We saw some details on the NVIDIA Tegra Tab as the tablet was spotted in an NCC filing earlier in the month. For those not familiar, the NCC is similar to the FCC, but for Taiwan. Regardless though, because the tablet has now been spotted in an FCC filing. And this time around we are getting some additional images of the tablet as well as some detail of the features.

Seagate unveils 500GB hard drive for Android

Seagate has come forward with details on a 500GB hard drive designed for mobile devices. This would obviously mean much more available storage as compared to what we are seeing with flash storage at the moment and on top of that, Seagate has said this new drive will bring the "same power, performance and reliability of a flash device."

Wacom Cintiq Companion Hybrid hands-on

Wacom introduced the Cintiq Companion Hybrid during IFA and as such, we made sure to check it out for some hands-on coverage. This tablet is running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. It will work with a Mac or Windows computer and will also serve as an Android tablet when unplugged from the computer.

ASUS MeMo Pad 8 and MeMo Pad 10 tablets unveiled at IFA

Coming out of IFA, ASUS has unveiled a pair of MeMo branded tablets. These latest include the MeMO Pad 8 and the MeMo Pad 10, which as the names would imply -- are sporting 8 and 10-inch displays. Aside from the difference in size, both models will have an IPS display with a resolution of 1280 x 800. That said, ASUS has the MeMo Pad 8 as having been designed for "easy one-handed use" and the MeMo Pad 10 as being "equally portable."