Do you own the AT&T 4G LTE powered Pantech Burst smartphone, or their Pantech Element 8-inch Android tablet? Chances are you might even own both considering they came in a package deal for $250 from AT&T. For those who happen to
If you're looking for a wireless broadband tablet without the wireless contract, you've got to be prepared to pay the piper, at least in the US. But every once in a while one of these tablets (typically a less-popular device)
What's the use of having a waterproof tablet if you can't get a little dirty... figuratively speaking, anyway. That seems to be the inspiration behind RootzWiki members attn1 and roman220, who gave the gift of root to
Like a lot of smaller Asian manufacturers, Pantech is making a big push in North America this year looking to expand its smartphone market share. If early moves with AT&T are any example, it'll do that by leveraging tablets.
This week we've been running around like zombies at CES but today we took a minute to sit down with Pantech and their new AT&T 4G LTE tablet and smartphone. The Pantech Element is an 8" waterproof tablet that will be taking a
The latest addition to AT&T's tablet range comes from an unlikely source. Pantech, previously happy enough to make cheap smartphones, will be releasing a surprisingly novel Honeycomb tablet with AT&T LTE connectivity in