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Acer Iconia Tab A700 Review

Acer's Iconia Tab A700 is the newest slate to hit the streets, and it comes complete with some top tier specs to keep everyone happy. This here is their new flagship tablet with NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor and a 1920 x 1200 resolution 1080p HD IPS screen and more. Is the low price of $449 for this powerful tablet enough to put it over the edge and into the limelight? Find out below!

nabi 2 kids tablet with Tegra 3 Reviewed by SlashGear

This week the folks at SlashGear have gotten their hands on a brand new oddity in the Android universe - an NVIDIA Tegra 3 7-inch tablet made for kids! This tablet runs Android 4.0.4 with a custom user interface made by the folks at Fuhu, all of it directed at kids - complete with parent controls galore. This device also has a lovely red rubbery bumper which protects the device at all times. Does this look like the magic-maker for your kid at home?

Samsung Galaxy S III Review

It’s hard to think of another product - other than the iPhone - that’s had so much hype built around it. Rumors swirled the Galaxy S III for months, with leaks, renders, and reports coming from all corners of the globe as to what the sequel to the Galaxy S II might hold. The South Korean manufacturer did fall foul in its attempts to try and capitalize on the situation with its misguided “iSheep” campaign leading up to the May reveal, but the excitement was still palpable as we were ushered into the Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre. We came away from that event with mixed feelings regarding the marketing and message of the phone, not to mention the device itself, but what about now? We’ve had a chance to spend some quality time with Samsung’s flagship handset for 2012, and can finally divulge our opinion.

Samsung Galaxy S III gets full SlashGear review

The Samsung Galaxy S III has a lot to live up to with its older brothers being so wildly successful in the mobile market. We waited through the leaks, saw it in London, and now the flagship Galaxy S III is finally here -- at least for some parts of the world. While we still don't have any definitive news on US models, the international flavor is about to arrive in Europe and other parts of the world. Lets have a look.

Sony Xperia U Review

Sony released a scattershot of Xperia phones last year, and has decided to take a more measured approach this year, unveiling the NXT series at MWC 2012. That included the Xperia S and Xperia P, but today we’ll be reviewing the Xperia U, the smallest and cheapest of the three. That doesn’t mean it’s lacking in specs, though: a dual-core 1Ghz processor lies at the beating heart of the phone, and it’s staggering to think we’ve reached a point where a budget handset can include such a chip. How does it all stack up, though?

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (10.1) Review

Available starting today is the all new Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10-inch tablet. Thanks to Samsung we've got it right here to put through the paces and check out the newly refined design and speaker grill placements. It appears Samsung is taking two approaches on tablets. One being a more budget-friendly Tab like the Galaxy Tab 2 7-inch and the 10 we have today, and then their top end will be the quad-core Galaxy Note 10.1 coming this summer. This new slate is clearly a media consumption device, and it works great. Read on for our full review.

HTC EVO 4G LTE Review

As HTC continues its onslaught of new and impressive phones for the US today we are looking at the all new HTC EVO 4G LTE. What we have with the latest generation to the EVO family is essentially an HTC One device extremely similar to the HTC One X for AT&T, right down to the screen, software, and camera. If you've seen any of our recent HTC One reviews you'll know exactly what to expect here, and if you're an EVO fan you'll definetaly want this phone. Read on for full details, pictures and more.

AT&T HTC One X Review

The HTC One X for AT&T is a different beast from the original (international) release in two rather important ways. First it's got a completely different processor, made by Qualcomm instead of NVIDIA, and second here it's carried by AT&T on a 2-year contract in the USA. Will this non-international release stir up the same positive reactions we had to the first release of this super hero phone, or are the two changes we're seeing here in software and hardware going to push this device in the wrong direction entirely?

Jawbone BIG JAMBOX Review Round-up

The little box with big sound is back with the all new BIG JAMBOX. If you've ever heard of the Jawbone JAMBOX you'll be happy to hear the newer, louder, and better BIG JAMBOX is finally here and we have all the details. The original was an awesome smartphone companion for music fidelity or even conference calls, and their newest addition is even better. Read on past the break to see if it's worth the higher price tag.

ASUS Transformer Pad TF300 Review

The ASUS Eee Pad Transformer Prime has many charms, but price is not among them. At $499 for the entry 16GB model, it's a step higher than the original Transformer, and ASUS has been selling them side by side since the Prime's introduction in December. But with the new Transformer Pad TF300, ASUS has replaced its original tablet at a more palatable $379 while still keeping some impressive performance capabilities thanks to the NVIDIA Tegra 3 platform and the Transformer's trademark keyboard dock. Ice Cream Sandwich out of the box is the icing on the cake. The Android tablet landscape is a lot more competitive now than it was a year ago - let's see if ASUS has kept up.