ASUS has just put out a teaser video that is just ambiguous enough to be anything. What stands out near the end, however, is the word thin, leaving the door open for a new thin tablet, or maybe even a smartphone.
More than two weeks ago, LG announced three new members of its G Pad tablet family to be exhibited at MedPi 2014 in Europe. Now we're getting a glimpse of one of these, the G Pad 7.0 to be exact, and rumored details for this device may sound a bit disappointing.
T-Mobile has announced the upcoming release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition tablet. The tablet will be arriving on June 4th, however pre-orders are available immediately. The price is set at $99.99 down with 24 monthly payments of $23.
HP just loves its affordable mobile devices. After outing a series of Chromebooks, the company is back to its Android tablet line, this time with another 7-inch HP 7 Plus slab that will probably keep your wallet happier than your eyes or fingers.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Tab 4 lineup back in the beginning of April, however it seems there was another model still in the works. The newest member of the Galaxy Tab 4 lineup has been unveiled and Samsung has said it is available now in advance of the 2014-2015 school year. The model is the Galaxy Tab 4 Education and it is indeed aimed at the education space.
Samsung has just let the world know that it will have a big reveal scheduled on June 12. And judging by the wording used for the Samsung Galaxy Premiere 2014 invite, we could be expecting some colorful devices.
Xiaomi has recently unveiled its first tablet, which also happens to be the first introduced with the NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor. The tablet is the MiPad and it is running Android 4.4 (with the MIUI user interface) and sporting looks similar to the iPad mini. The tablet is fairly low priced, however it doesn't appear as if there will be a widespread global release.
While Google is taking its sweet time on Project Ara, someone else might have beaten it to the punch when it comes to a modular tablet. Enter Crossfire Pro, Entegra Technologies' own version of a tablet with somewhat replaceable parts.
Samsung has a few tablets planned, and one of them is barely a secret anymore. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S, with its strange 10.5-inch screen, has been the subject of many leaks and has now just been seen in its true form at the FCC.