Tablet

Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 Pro puts entertainment front and center at IFA 2015

Tablets, with their big screens and big batteries, are the ultimate portable entertainment devices. That's the spiel that Lenovo is trying to make, first with its new PHAB phablets and now to an even larger degree, its YOGA Tab tablets, now in its 3rd generation. From the handy YOGA Tab 3 8" to affordable YOGA Tab 3 10" to the high performance YOGA Tab 3 Pro, Lenovo is offering heavy media consumers, especially TV and movie bingers, some new choices for their next Android slate purchase.

Acer Predator 8 tries to break into the mobile gaming market

While mobile gaming devices are not that lucrative anymore, especially since smartphones and phablets have gotten better in terms of specs that will appeal to gamers over the years, Acer is now announcing a new tablet that might make you reconsider. Named after their gaming desktop line, the Predator 8 is basically an Android tablet but with features that aims to make your mobile gaming experience all the more powerful and interesting.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 now ready for pre-order in the US

The ultra-thin Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 will soon be available in the United States. Samsung has just offered the product for up pre-order from some carriers and retailers in the country. Tablets will be available starting September 3, Thursday next week, all ready in its lightest and thinnest form. The new Android tablet is said to be super fast and boasts of an elegant design that's very familiar among premium Samsung devices.

Samsung to reportedly launch an 18.4-inch Android tablet

Have you ever wondered if you actually need an 18-inch tablet in your life? Well if you never actually thought you needed a screen that large, unless you were sitting in front of a desktop or TV screen, then Samsung will reportedly try to change your mind. Reports are saying they are about to launch an 18.4-inch Android tablet in the market soon, on top of all the new tablets that they’ve already released this year.

LG’s 10-inch G Pad II has 7400 mAh battery, reduced blue light

IFA 2015 in Berlin is still a few days away, but already the OEMs are announcing their big guns to get the attention of consumers looking for their next big buy. LG today announced that they will be showing off the newest and most advanced (so far) model in their G Pad series. The LG G Pad II 10.1, will (obviously) sport a 10-inch screen, a long-lasting battery (the largest in this market segment), and more features that they claim will make your multi-media experience even more enjoyable.

Acer Predator gaming tablet rumored to be in mass production

It’s been a difficult season for tablets these past two years. The growing popularity of large screen smartphones and phablets are forcing people to reconsider their tablet purchase. The influx of exciting technology into smartphones – like fingerprint security, large internal storage, faster processors – are marking tablet devices as “luxury purchases” rather than daily driver needs. But it seems that at least one brand – Taiwan-based manufacturers Acer – are confident enough to release a new gaming tablet into the market, the rumored Acer Predator 8.

I/O apps for Project Tango now available in Play Store

At the I/O developer conference in May this year, Google presented to the world the progress with Project Tango. If you don’t know or remember what that is, this is the project to bring 3D mapping and rendering capabilities to tablets and smartphones via an array of cameras installed on a device with robust specs. At Google I/O this year, the mothership showed some apps that gave users some cool things to do with a Tango device. Those apps are now available to all via the Google Play Store.

LeapFrog Epic: a customizable, age-appropriate tablet for your kids

When you say electronic gadgets for kids, probably the target market for these things wouldn’t want to touch the products with a ten-foot pole, either because they’re boring, too educational, or “they’re for babies”. And as for parents, they wouldn’t want to invest money in something that their kid would outgrow in 3 months. But LeapFrog, a company known for “innovative learning experiences”, is bringing a new Android-based tablet called LeapFrog Epic that is like others in the market, but caters specifically to kids, with age-appropriate, customizable content.
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