If you own a Pandgital budget tablet, you may be out of luck if something goes wrong with your device. Pandigital, the company that used to make tablets and other devices, has gone belly up. Officially, the company shut its door
Look, we’re not recommending that you buy this $59.99 hunk of plastic. This listing on Ben’s Outlet is the primary example of the reason that a sale is not the same thing as a deal. But if you just want some (very)
It’s positively raining cheap wifi tablets lately. The big brother to the original Pandigital Nova is the SuperNova, and after munching down a Super Mushroom it’s upgraded to an 8-inch capacitive display.
Pandigital has outed a trio of new Android tablets, as well as the promise of a high-end model by the end of the quarter. The Pandigital Planet, Nova and Star will all hit shelves this month, each toting a 7-inch touchscreen
I know everyone wants a cheap Android Tablet and this could be just what you were looking for. If a fancy Android Honeycomb tablet doesn’t suit your needs but you’d like a tablet let me introduce the Pandigital Nova.
Behold another eReader with access to Barnes and Noble Bookstore’s online store full of ebooks. This isn’t the first eBook reader that Pandigital has put out in their manufacturing history, and it’s certainly
Pandigital’s new, black Novel ereader tablet has gone up for sale at QVC, though it’s more expensive than originally expected. The company first said the Novel – which has a 9-inch color LCD touchscreen –
Pandigital didn’t do so well with its first eReader offering having some serious issues. The company is set to come back with a new eReader that will launch next month for $199.99. The eReader will run Android and has some