AT&T is expanding its Android tablet line with two of Samsung's latest devices. This pair is made up of the entry level 10.1-inch Galaxy Tab 4 as well as the more expensive "prosumer" offering, the 12.2-inch Galaxy Note Pro.
Dell has unveiled a pair of Android tablets this morning. The new models are the Venue 7 and Venue 8 which are, as the names would suggest -- 7 and 8-inch tablets. The former is HD at 1280 x 800 and the latter is Full HD at 1920 x 1200. Both will be launching with Kit Kat and powered by the Intel Merrifield platform.
Acer is known for making affordable devices, but it is also somewhat known for skimping on features just to reach that price tag. With the new Iconia Tab 8, however, the manufacturer might be giving Android tablet users a handy and somewhat decent looking and performing option.
More than a month after Lenovospilled the beans on the price of its upcoming budget tablets, the manufacturer has now made those available for purchase. Make no mistake, these are not your top of the line Android tablets, but they might just be the ones you need if you're on the hunt for something basic and cheap.
ASUS has released its second teaser video leading up to Computex 2014 next week. This time, the hints are somewhat more obvious, which could be pointing to a new PadFone that comes complete with a keyboard dock.
Samsung's next AMOLED tablet might still be a good week or two away, but the firmware for the Galaxy Tab S is now already available online. And thanks to some sleuthing by the folks at SamMobile, we're getting a peek at some of the features in this device, including a fingerprint scanner.
AT&T had been teasing the ASUS PadFone X recently. We had seen a few videos, however the carrier kept the release date and pricing details a secret. Well, flash forward till today and the official release details have been shared. AT&T will open pre-orders for the ASUS PadFone X on June 6th.
While the US is waiting for AT&T to finally let release the PadFone X to the market, the rest of the world might not have to wait much longer. At Computex next week, ASUS is expected to launch the PadFone S, which is practically the same PadFone X except meant for international markets.
Toshiba has another Android tablet set to arrive in July. This latest model will be the Toshiba Excite Go and it will be arriving to fill out the low priced lineup. The Excite Go will arrive priced with a suggested retail of $109.99.