IFA 2011

Samsung Unpacked at IFA 2011 Full Round-Up

This year's IFA 2011 offering from Samsung brought forth a couple of fantastically amazing Galaxy devices, the first of which is the next step in the Galaxy Tab line with a 7.7 offering complete with a full-metal chassis and a Super AMOLED Plus display. The second is a wholly new concept from Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy Note, a new sort of hybrid piece of hardware that takes the largest screen Samsung decided could fit on a still ultra-portable device, complete with a lovely stylus.

Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi 3.6″ Player Announced

More news from Samsung today folks. As if we haven't talked about them all week anyways, but we are now hearing they've also just announced the Samsung Galaxy S Wi-Fi Music Player. You might be thinking don't they already have a Galaxy S Player in 4 and 5" sizes? Yup, and details on those are right here. Apparently they are now bringing a 3.6" Galaxy S Player to market too.

Lenovo A1 7″ Android Tablet Revealed

Today we have some news regarding the latest tablet to come from Lenovo. They are calling this the A1 and it will be their 7" offering in the Android tablet market. Although we have both bad, and good news regarding the Lenovo A1 we'll share all the details below as well as plenty of pictures they were nice enough to provide.

Toshiba AT200 Official, 10.1-inch display and 7.7mm thin

Toshiba has just made it official. The AT200 is the codename for their brand new ultra-thin Android 3.2 Honeycomb tablet. Could this be the Excite? According to the official press release they've nicely been passing around now the device is on display somewhere at IFA 2011, we can expect this tab to come in at only 7.7mm thin. It is not only lighter, but will also be thinner than the Galaxy Tab 10.1

Galaxy Tab 7.7 Hands-on

Samsung is on something of a roll with its Android tablets, pumping out three different sizes in the space of a year. Twelve months on from the original 7-inch Galaxy Tab comes the Galaxy Tab 7.7, packing a slightly larger display, higher resolution and faster, 1.4GHz dual-core processor. Perhaps more important for ultramobile users is the reduced size and weight, however. Read on for our hands-on impressions.

Galaxy Note Hands-on [Video]

Bigger than a Galaxy S II but smaller than a new Galaxy Tab 7.7; offering the latest in capacitive touch but also a stylus; the Samsung Galaxy Note is a device with a few personalities. Intended to pull together phone, paper notebook, games device and tablet into one pen-enabled smart handheld, it's certainly one of the more ambitious gadgets we've seen at IFA 2011.
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