android tablet

Xiaomi MiPad arrives powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra K1

Xiaomi has recently unveiled its first tablet, which also happens to be the first introduced with the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. The tablet is the MiPad and it is running Android 4.4 (with the MIUI user interface) and sporting looks similar to the iPad mini. The tablet is fairly low priced, however it doesn't appear as if there will be a widespread global release.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S surfaces in image leak

We've been seeing details about the yet-to-be-announced Galaxy Tab S, and today is appears we are getting a first look at the tablet. Well, specifically, a first look at one of the models that will make up the Galaxy Tab S family of devices. The earlier rumors mentioned an 8.4-inch and a 10.5-inch model and today an image of the larger has surfaced.

Verizon LG G Pad 8.3 LTE review

LG released the G Pad 8.3 in the US back in October of 2013. The initial release was a WiFi only model, and that was followed up by a Google Play edition. The GPe model was also WiFi only in terms of connectivity, however a cellular connected model has since come available through Verizon Wireless. We've been playing with a review unit for the past few weeks, and at risk of offering a spoiler in the beginning, we can say there hasn't been any disappointment.

Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet US release set for May 4th

Sony announced the Xperia Z2 Tablet during Mobile World Congress. And while we knew the device would be rolling out on a global basis, Sony was quiet in terms of release date and pricing details for the US release. Well, flash forward till today and we now have confirmation on both -- the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet will be available in the US beginning on May 4th.

ECS TA80TA1 tablet makes an FCC appearance showing Bay Trail

Elite Computer Systems was showing off an Android tablet during Mobile World Congress. For reference, they are an OEM company, which means this is more of a reference device that will be used by others. But while this specific model may not arrive in the hands of a user, a recently discovered FCC filing did show something interesting.
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