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Samsung Galaxy Tab for Education unveiled with Android 4.4 Kit Kat

Samsung has recently unveiled their latest tablet, which is a Galaxy Tab 10.1 intended for the education market. This one is dubbed the Galaxy Tab for Education and is said to have been "designed for integration with Google Play for Education." Samsung plans to have this model ready by April, which should be good timing for those planning purchases for the 2014-2015 school year.

Archos Neon tablet lineup unveiled

Another series of Archos tablets have been unveiled. This latest is the Neon tablet lineup and it will include three models. Specifically, the lineup will include the 90 Neon, 97 Neon and 101 Neon. And as we have seen based on earlier Archos announcements, those names mean the tablets will have 9.0, 9.7 and 10.1-inch displays respectively.

Verizon Ellipsis 7 update improving battery life, connectivity and more

Verizon Wireless caused a small bit of controversy when they launched the 7-inch Ellipsis 7 tablet as opposed to the Nexus 7 back in November of last year. While that issue seems to have blown over, Big Red has recently shared some details on a software update for the Ellipsis 7 tablet. The update brings only improvements, but judging from the changelog, it seems to be one that current users will want to grab.

Two new Lenovo tablets pass through FCC

The FCC has approved two new Lenovo tablets, the A5500 and A7600. Though light on details, there is some info available for the A5500. We can hopefully glean some idea of what the other will offer comparatively, but it’s still early days for these two.

Samsung Galaxy Tab3 Lite get official as latest 7-inch tablet

Following up on some of the recent rumors and sightings, Samsung has officially announced the latest in the Galaxy Tab lineup. The new entry is the Galaxy Tab3 Lite. This will be a 7-inch tablet that is powered by a dual-core processor and running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. Samsung hasn't offered anything in terms of pricing, but based on the specs it seems this one will be serving the entry-level market.

Acer Tab 7 hits China, beats the B1 in testing

Acer, who is no stranger to low cost devices, may have outdone themselves. Released in China, their new Tab 7 checks in at around $99. Though you might not expect much from a $99 tablet, this one has some interesting benchmarks, which could make it more desirable than their B1, available stateside. Of course, there is a good chance we won't get the option.

Samsung Galaxy Note Pro leaked in a big way

Need something bigger? Samsung has it for you. We’ve heard the rumors here and there, but nothing has been confirmed — until now. Samsung, either by design or fault, has leaked their biggest tablet in a big way. A giant banner adorns the South Hall of the Las Vegas convention center, and it’s an homage to the biggest of Samsung’s offerings.
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