AT&T has added another pair of tablets to the available device lineup today. These new additions include the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7.0 and the ASUS MeMO Pad FHD LTE 10.0. Both tablets are available on two-year agreements and also under the AT&T Next upgrade program. AT&T is also allowing the ASUS tablet to be purchased month-to-month.
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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.
Galaxy Note 3 and the Galaxy Gear smartwatch. And in addition, Samsung also announced the 2014 edition of the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet. Some of the improvements and changes to the Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet mirror what we saw with the Galaxy Note 3. For example, this 2014 edition tablet is now sporting a soft-touch leather-like back panel.
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."
Alcatel. They quietly detailed the One Touch Idol S and Idol Mini at the end of August. Coming out of IFA we have seen the introduction of the One Touch Idol Alpha and One Touch Hero smartphones and it looks like Alcatel also had a tablet in the works.
Acer announcing its new 10.1-inch Iconia A3 tablet. The company has also revealed a set of new color options for its Iconia A1 and Iconia B1 tablets.
leaks and speculation and there was also some teasing coming direct from LG. And while the official unveiling was expected during IFA, LG has offered a surprise announcement ahead of the show. Simply put, LG has announced the G Pad 8.3 and has said the tablet will be available in "key markets" during the fourth quarter of the year.
Nook Tablet and the original Kindle Fire. These were both originally released with a customized version of Android 2.3, however thanks to CyanogenMod they can be running Android 4.3.
Archos had already talked about plans to unveil several new devices in the remainder of the year and it looks like IFA is going to be the place that will be happening. Basically, it looks like Archos is giving a sneak peek as to what they will be showing during IFA. Coming by way of a recently issued press release, Archos has offered some details on how they plan to use their Android "expertise" to build upon their 3G connected product lines.