Android Tablets

JOYSTICK-IT Tablet Arcade Stick for Elite Arcade Madness

Behold! A completely awesome idea made real by the fine folks at ThinkGeek. This is JOYSTICK-IT, a cool little piece of metal and rubber that acts as a stick for your thumb to control joystick-based games on your Android tablet! Definitely a plus for those who play such games and get a major thumb ouch after every 30 minutes or so of jamming the finger down against the screen. It's a complete vintage fantasy, and I simply must have it. Just as soon as I get a bigger tablet.

Notion Ink Honeycomb Delay Explained Along Android 18 Month Lines

Although it seems frightening, in the newest update from none other than Rohan Shravan, for which the insides of the Adam were designed, Shravan notes that Honeycomb is a work in progress, and might take a bit longer than they think to make it publicly available. He notes that "for an instance, Android took almost 18 months to become stable on various Tablet platforms." Hard and rough! He also notes that for Motorola to have access to Honeycomb (hi XOOM,) NVidia must first have access to make it stable on Tegra and remove all issues. Like we didn't already knooow that.

Motorola XOOM Tablet Available for Pre-Order at Handtec

So you know that one tablet, the one that was named Best in Show for CES 2011, the one that beat the operating system (Android 3.0 Honeycomb) that it was equipped with? The Motorola XOOM, the big boy, the stage taker, the tapmaster, the greatest. That tablet is for sale on pre-order from Handtec. Send in an order today for the tablet, a wireless keyboard, standard dock, speaker dock, and a portfolio case. All are on pre-order and are said to be DUE IN SOON.

Hanvon HPad A116 Android Tablet Hands-On via SlashGear

How would you like to take a peek at one gigantically long tablet with Android 2.2 or Android 2.3 on it? Here's one right here, one we just got our hands on not a few moments ago at CES 2011 - a Hanvon HPad A116. This sassy slate has a 7-inch capacitive touchscreen display, a resolution of 1024 x 600, and a 512M mDDR, with 2GB of internal memory. Inside you'll find your choice of Android 2.2 or Android 2.3 (though I'm not quite sure why you'd opt for something older), and the entire system will be HEAVILY customized by Hanvon.

Android Honeycomb Tablet from LG due at CES

LG plans on unleashing a tablet computer running Android 3.0 Honeycomb during CES 2011. An Android tablet was already promised from LG to be released by the winter holidays, but they may just have been waiting to officially release it with Honeycomb instead of the former Froyo.

Android Tablet with Phone Function by ViewSonic to be Showed Off at CES

ViewSonic is expected to bring forth a phone-tablet hybrid sort of device that might very well support 4G at CES next week. It could very will be a doozie. The device will have a four-inch screen, capable of making telephone calls, and will be running some version of Android (seems kind of like everything else so far, right?) Sources speaking with Ian Sherr of Down Jones Newswires said they'd rather not be named since the company is not yet sharing details with the public, but they did let loose that ViewSonic would also be releasing an additional two MORE tablets at CES as well. Tablet rain!

Sharp Galapagos tablets headed to US early in 2011

Back in November, we caught word that the Sharp Galapagos Android tablets would be hitting Japan in 2010. If you are in the US and want one of the Sharp tablets, you were probably hoping that Sharp would announce the tablets for American in time for the holiday season this year. That didn’t happen, but the good news is that you won't need to wait long to get the Galapagos tablets if Santa didn’t get you an Android device.

Onkyo Introduces an Android 2.2 Tegra 250 Tablet Called TA117

What a lovely name! TA117, it rings in the ears like an oncoming storm of bits. Onkyo Japan has just sent out a press release introducing their newest Android tablet, the TA117, much faster than its crappy ol' slow TW317 predecessor, this new tablet comes packed with a Tagra 250 Chipset (1Ghz) and a bit of the soon-to-be ancient Android 2.2 Froyo. TA117 has a 10.1" (1024×600) screen, Bluetooth, microSDHC slot, HDMI, two USB 2.0 ports, WiFi, a 1.3Mpix Camera sensor in 267x173x14.8mm and 800g.

Dell Streak 7: Spotted and headed toward T-Mobile

The “5-inch go anywhere tablet” now has a big brother. The new specs for the 7-inch Dell Streak are largely unknown but it is almost certain it will be sporting a webcam on the front as well as the previously included rear camera and dual LED flash.
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