What makes the perfect tablet? We take a look at the best devices and market trends to try and narrow down what consumers really want from their tablets.
About a week after the Wi-Fi version of the Note 10.1 2014 saw Android 4.4 KitKat, Verizon’s LTE model is also receiving the update.
E-Ceros entered the tablet market last year and the company has released a series of tablets, including a 9.7 inch iPad look-alike. That was last year. In the intervening months E-Ceros has been busily working on new products, one of which is the E-Ceros Vision, a 10.1 inch, widescreen device which redefines E-Ceros’ design language.
After rolling out to a select few countries last week, the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014’s KitKat has reportedly started to roll out in the United States.
Samsung has now announced that the Galaxy Tab 4 series will arrive to the U.S. on May 1st, with pricing starting at $200 for the 7-inch model.
Amazon is one of those companies that have successfully forked Android into their own ecosystem, particularly with the Kindle Fire line. Intended to be an e-reader and a tablet for consuming... digital content, the Kindle Fire ran well with Amazon’s wide offering of e-books, movies and TV shows, as well as apps in the Amazon Appstore. While the Kindle Fire line’s market share is...
Today Lenovo took the veil off four new budget tablets: the A7-30, A7-50, A8 and A10. Pricing for the tablets will begin at £99.99 ($166) in the UK.
Without much fanfare, Samsung introduced today the latest addition to its already sizeable roster of Android tablets, the Galaxy Tab4 line.
The follow up to the exceptional Xperia Z Tablet has finally arrived, and here’s the unboxing and first impressions about the Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet!
The Xperia Z2 Tablet is up for sale on Sony’s UK website. UK customers can order now, choosing the 16GB WiFi only unit for £399, upgrade to the 32GB model for £449 or grab up the 16GB LTE version for £499.