Amazon to enter low-end market with a fifty dollar tablet

Smartphone prices are going down. You can buy an 'okay' phone for $99 or less. While performance will not be as blazing fast or as smooth as premium models, entry-level phones are good enough for basic mobile computing, access to the Internet, checking mails, or social networking. Truth is, not everyone can afford mobile devices with price tags that read hundreds of dollars.

Alcatel Xess is a 17-inch tablet, if that works for you

What does Alcatel want you to do with a tablet with a 17.3-inch screen? Well, basically make it a hub for family digital activities, show you recipes when working in your kitchen, or watch films on it if you don’t feel like using your own big screen TV. The Alcatel Xess – you apparently read it as “excess” – is a tablet so big it defies the rules of a conventional tablet device. The question is, would people want to use it?

Galaxy Tab S2 Nook is the slimmest Samsung tablet yet

The International Nook Store may have shut down already, but that doesn’t mean that Barnes & Noble is already down and out. In fact, based on this newest announcement, their partnership with Samsung is still going strong. The two unveiled their newest collaboration, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook which they say is the “thinnest, lightest, and ultra-fast” tablet right now from Samsung’s prolific line of gadgets. Just like the previous tablet co-creations, it is pre-loaded with reading and entertainment goodies from Nook.

ASUS launches ZenPad 10 combo tablet at IFA 2015

When ASUS Chairman Jonney Shih took the stage at the ASUS launch event pre-IFA 2015, there were a lot of amazing new tech to dig into from the Taiwan-based company. The “world’s fastest router” took center stage, of course. But we’re here to take a good look at the ASUS ZenPad 10 – ostensibly a tablet device, but with combo capabilities due to the stylish keyboard dock.

Hands on: Lenovo’s YOGA Tab 3 PRO brings projector goodness

Lenovo rolled out a whole new line of YOGA Tab 3 devices at IFA 2015, but on top of that particular ladder is the Lenovo YOGA Tab 3 PRO, the big dog of the bunch. This particular device has the most robust spec list, and to top it all off, it retains the Pico projector that made this product line famous in its previous generation.

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.
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