Acer has definitely been busy. At Computex this week, it has unveiled not one, not two but four new smartphones. Members of this batch include the LTE Liquid X1, the entry-level Liquid Z200, and the 5-inch Liquid E600 and Liquid E700 pair.
More than a month after Lenovospilled the beans on the price of its upcoming budget tablets, the manufacturer has now made those available for purchase. Make no mistake, these are not your top of the line Android tablets, but they might just be the ones you need if you're on the hunt for something basic and cheap.
HP just loves its affordable mobile devices. After outing a series of Chromebooks, the company is back to its Android tablet line, this time with another 7-inch HP 7 Plus slab that will probably keep your wallet happier than your eyes or fingers.
Over at Germany, LG has rather silently released the latest member of its L Series III family. The LG L35, like its siblings, sports entry-level hardware but tries to make up for it with some rather interesting software tricks.
AOC might not be at the top when it comes to Android devices, but its budget prices and brand give it a bit of edge over other low-cost options. Now it is trying to bring that combination into a new device segment with the A2272PW4T and A2472PW4T all-in-one Android PCs.
LG's earnings report hinted at a wider-scale rollout of its L Series smartphones and now the next wave of that plan has started. In Indonesia, LG has unveiled the L80, so far the fourth of the lineup of affordable smartphones that was introduced way back in February at MWC 2014.
Almost everyone has a low cost, low feature tablet these days, well, except for the likes of LG. That might soon change as two LG supposedly budget tablets, the V700 and the V400, make their way through the FCC.