heading to Japan in mid-September and as of today it looks like a date has been announced for those in the UK. The UK details come by way of O2 who have revealed a release date as well as the price. Without any further adieu, O2 expects to have the Nexus 7 LTE (4G) available on September 13.
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Samsung has indeed taken notice of how much children these days are making use gadgets and see in it a potential and profitable market. The manufacturer is releasing its first tablet for kids to help make the time spent by children on the device more educational and entertaining.
previously confirmed the company was working on a tablet and while we have yet to see a proper announcement for the device it does look like the teasing has begun. LG has recently posted a short teaser video for the LG G Pad 8.3. That part does give a solid clue as to the device size, but otherwise it looks like it is being promised as a device that will be "just right for you."
LG is earnestly trying to get into the Android tablet market. Last week, an LG executive confirmed that the Korean manufacturer is planning on releasing a tablet this year. Currently dubbed as the LG G Pad, this tablet will apparently be running on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 600 instead of the expected Snapdragon 800.
Nexus 7 users had been complaining about issues dealing with multitouch. The issues were believed to have been caused by a software update, however in a bit of good news -- another update has come available for the tablet. Those sporting a Nexus 7 with multitouch issues should be on the lookout for software update JSS15Q.
teased us with a video of its "Next Big Thing" slotted for August 20, with rumors of a true, standalone tablet in the works. Wacom has now laid rumors to rest and announced a new line of tablets for mobile creatives. The Cintiq Companion and the Cintiq Companion Hybrid tablets give professional artists and hobbyists the ability to remain productive even while on the go.
Archos is at it again. The French company, known for selling rebranded Chinese tablets with budget prices is set to release another tablet in its Platinum line but with a slight twist. The Archos 80b Platinum will be running on a Rockchip CPU instead of an Allwinner chip like its predecessor.