Acer has unveiled a double 7-inch whammy today. The Acer Iconia One 7 might yet be another entry level tablet for the budget market, but the Iconia Tab 7 adds a bit of telephony into the pot, making it a large, and awkward, phablet.
Acer has put its Iconia B1 tablet through a number of iterations already and looks like it isn't done yet. A recent leak reveals that the next version of the tablet will sport some familiar specs as well as new ones, like a better processor and, as the name implies, an HD display.
An LTE version of the NVIDIA Tegra Note 7 was announced back in February. And while we managed to get a bit of hands-on time with the tablet during Mobile World Congress -- the availability was somewhat up in the air. NVIDIA had said the tablet was expected to arrive in the second quarter.
As mentioned before, the Android 4.4.2 update for the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition has started rolling out to owners in the US. now we're getting a glimpse of some of the changes in this update, which are admittedly interesting, if you're the type who have accepted the Samsung TouchWiz way of life.
Most tablets are created for content consumption and games, but NETGEAR and smart home specialist iControl have something different in mind. While the NETGEAR STS7000 still has some features you'd expect from an Android tablet, it's raison d'être is being a gateway to a home security system and more.
AT&T has once again released a video ad that touts the benefits of the ASUS PadFone X. Unfortunately, with 4 months having passed since its unveiling, the carrier is still quite mum on when its customers will be able to avail of this device's hybrid goodness.
Almost everyone has a low cost, low feature tablet these days, well, except for the likes of LG. That might soon change as two LG supposedly budget tablets, the V700 and the V400, make their way through the FCC.
The age of Ultra HD displays will soon be descending upon our mobile devices and Japan Display Inc., also known as JDI, wants to be at the forefront of that change. It has just announced a new 10.-inch LCD module for tablets that not only boasts of 4K2K resolutions but also of low power consumption.
Chitika has new web use statistics for tablets, and it shows the iPad is still king. Though Apple’s tablet offering leads by a wide margin, Samsung has picked up some ground. They’ve also grown quite a bit over this time last year, but still only have about 10% of the usage an Apple device does.
Samsung announced the Galaxy Tab 4 earlier in the month, and more recently, we are getting word of US availability. Samsung has said the Galaxy Tab 4 will be available in the US beginning on May 1. And to clarify, this includes the 7.0, 8.0 and 10.1-inch models.